The Manchester and Wabash softball teams met on night two of the Lewis Cass softball sectional Tuesday with Manchester scoring in four of the five innings in a 22-0 win.
The Squires plated three runs in the first when Kalene Freshour led off with a double and was brought home by a Nina Smith single. With two outs Manchester scored on a Wabash error to make it 2-0. Chloe Leifer then singled to put runners on 1st & 2nd. Mariah Mobley and Cali Spann drew back to back walks and Manchester led 3-0 after one.
In the 2nd the Lady Squires would pick up their fourth run on a Sydney Snep home run, 4-0.
The game remained 4-0 heading to the fourth when Manchester would strike for 5 runs to lead 9-0. Kalene Freshour had a 2 rbi triple, while Nina Smith and Chloe Leifer would drive home runs with singles.
In the fifth, Manchester would send 18 batters to the plate, scoring 13 runs to earn the right to play North Miami in the second game Wednesday, who was a 4-3 winner over Oak Hill.
Wednesday’s first game will be Southwood taking on Lewis Cass.