KMS girls softball on a roll; Benson not so great

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The KMS softball is having an impressive season, even by its lofty standards.  The Saints won five more games last week, continuing its streak of double-digit scoring this year and continuing its unbeaten season in 2015.
The Saints opened up the week with a 16-5, 20-4 doubleheader sweep of Dawson-Boyd last Tuesday night and then routed Willmar, Thursday, 20-6, before sweeping another doubleheader over RTR, Friday, 28-0 and 19-0.  
During the wins over RTR, KMS scored 15 runs in the first inning of game one and then added 16 runs in its first at-bats in game two.  Ali Krieger went 5-for-6 in the first game while also picking up the win on the mound.
KMS, 12-0 overall and 10-0 in the Camden Conference, have just seven regular-season games remaining.



The Benson-Hancock softball had a tough week last week, going 1-3 with losses to NLS last Monday (7-4) and to ACGC, Friday (5-4 and 9-3) sandwiched around a 9-6 victory over Montevideo, Thursday.
The Brave-Owls, now 4-5 in the WCC South and 6-6 overall, have just two weeks left in the regular-season before commencing with the playoffs, Tuesday, May 19.
Benson-Hancock was set to host Paynesville for a twinbill, Tuesday (yesterday) before hosting Morris Area in another league game, Thursday (tomorrow), and entertaining KMS in a non-conference game, Friday.


Photo:  Shaleah Schmidt comes around to score a run during the Brave-Owls loss to NLS last Monday night in Beson.

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