Earlham beat Glenwood 2-1 late Saturday night in the championship game of the Thomas Jefferson softball tournament.

The all-day, 15-game tournament started at 8 a.m.

Treynor won all three of its games but did not reach the championship game because of a run-differential tiebreaker.

Of the city teams, Lewis Central went 2-1, Thomas Jefferson 1-2, Abraham Lincoln 1-2 and St. Albert 0-3.

THOMAS JEFFERSON: The Yellow Jackets fell 8-2 to Bedford and 13-3 to Lewis Central before coming back to top St. Albert 9-2.

T.J. scored all nine of its runs against the Saintes in the sixth inning.

“We just kind of strung some things together, base hits, fielder’s choices, and were aggressive with our baserunning,” T.J. coach Amy Anderson said.

The big inning wiped out a 2-0 St. Albert lead.

“I told them I was proud of them for how they fought back after being down the whole game,” Anderson said. “They showed a lot of resilience.”

ST. ALBERT: The Saintes fell to Central Decatur and T.J. and were no-hit over five innings by Earlham’s Madeline Jansen in a 10-0 loss.

“I think we have to come out expecting to win, and I don’t know if they have that expectation yet,” St. Albert coach Lyndsay Daley said.

Maddy Horvath was 2 for 2 against Central Decatur.

TREYNOR: The Cardinals’ Sydni Huisman compiled 37 strikeouts over the three games, including 16 while throwing a one-hitter in a 2-1 win over Lewis Central. L.C.’s only hit was Haley Bach’s fourth-inning bunt single.

In the two other games, the Cards shut out Abraham Lincoln 7-0 and Bedford 10-0.

“I thought against A.L. and Bedford, they did a good job of getting a hit when they needed one,” Treynor coach Kara Huisman said.

LEWIS CENTRAL: The Titans went 2-for-3, falling to Treynor but beating Thomas Jefferson and Central Decatur 9-8.

“They’re coming around. They’re a pretty young team, but they’re making strides,” L.C. coach Don Wittstruck said.

The Titans beat Central Decatur when the game went to international rules in the seventh. Maddie Howard started out on second base. Megan Elam sacrificed her to third, and Howard scored on Paige Rodewald’s bloop single.

Against Treynor, Wittstruck said, L.C. played strong defense.

“That’s a 2-1 loss to, what, the No. 5 team in 3-A? (Treynor is No. 7) That’s a good game for us,” he said.

St. Albert 001 001 –2 5 0

Thomas Jefferson 000 009 x–9 13 0

W: Alyssa Denman. L: Jessica McMartin. 2B: SA, Olivia Barnes; TJ, Hannah Belt, Shaeley Bose;

Thomas Jefferson 001 10–2 7 5

Bedford 230 21–8 9 1

W: Savanna Bond. L: Caitlyn Jones. 2B: B, Vivian Tracy, Josie Spencer.

Lewis Central 076 00–13 12 0

Thomas Jefferson 102 00– 3 7 2

W: Presley Rodenburg. L: Caitlyn Jones. 2B: TJ, Natalie Arnold, Lilly Thompson 2; Jerika Koopmeiners, Rodenburg, Taylor Elam.

St. Albert 000 20–2 6 2

Central Decatur 401 8–13 10 1

W: Kylee Rockhold. L: Jessica McMartin. 2B: SA, Lainey Sheffield, Rockhold. HR: CD, Rockhold, Bell.

St. Albert 000 000 0 0 3

Earlham 411 31–10 9 1

W: Madeline Jansen. L: McMartin.

Treynor 001 100 0–2 7 2

Lewis Central 000 000 1–1 1 1

W: Sydni Huisman. L: Megan Giitins.

Treynor 211 111–7 9 1

Abraham Lincoln 000 000–0 2 1

W: Sydni Huisman. L: Sierrah Beaman. 2B: T, Stella Umphreys, Reagan Darrah.

Treynor 200 152–10 12 2

Bedford 000 000– 0 2 2

W: Sydni Huisman. L: Savanna Bond. 2B: T, Stella Umphreys, Bella Dingus, Tori Castle.

L.C. 000 143 1–9 8 4

Central Decatur 002 024 0–8 5 2

W: Megan Giitins. S: Presley Rodenburg. 2B: LC, Rodenburg.

West Harrison wins two, drops one

AUDUBON – West Harrison’s 14 -game win streak was snapped when ACGC scored five eighth-inning runs for an 11-6 win in the championship game of the Audubon Invitational.

Haley Koch was 4 for 4 with a home run and a double for the Hawkeyes.

Earlier, West Harrison beat MVAOCOU 6-4 and Panorama 4-3 to improve to 16-1 on the year. Against MVAOCOU, Haleigh Rife tripled for the Hawkeyes.

West Harrison 130 020 x–6 8 0

MVAOCOU 002 100 1–4 6 2

W: Emily McIntosh: L: MaKenzie Smith: 3B: WH, Haleigh Rife

ACGC 010 050 05–11 13

West Harrison 120 110 10–6 12

W: Savana Fuller. L: Emily McIntosh. 2B: WH, Katie Gore, Haley Koch. 3B: WH, Sabrina Rife HR, QH, Koch.

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