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The Lake News Online
  • Prep Roundup: Lady Lakers, Indians continue win streaks

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  • The Camdenton Lady Lakers made short work of West Plains on Tuesday night, as they managed a 10-0 shutout over the Lady Zizzers. That marks the teams 11th win of the season, as the team was led to victory behind yet another great night from senior Whitney Snow, who finished the game with four goals.
    Six other players scored for the Lady Lakers in the win, with goals by Nicole Amerine, Danica Brewer, Bri Bullock, Morgan Henry, Grace Scheidemantle and Natalie Schulte. The Lady Lakers scored five in the first half and ended the game with five in the second half.
    Whitney Snow now has 34 goals on the season, and 14 assists this season. Her senior counterpart, Morgan Henry, has 9 goals and 15 assists.
    The Osage Lady Indians have continued their win-streak after two shutouts this week, a 10-0 win over Crocker on Monday night and a 7-0 win over Belle on Tuesday.
    The duo of Morgan Breneman and Cassidy Culver proved to be too much for Crocker on Monday night, with Breneman scoring four goals to accompany Culver's three.
    Alexa Pittenger, Monica Cisar and Savannah Foster all recorded one goal in the game, too.
    Foster led the team with three assists, followed by two from Cisar.
    Against Belle, the Lady Indians took 32 shots on goal, scoring seven on the night to win. Breneman again led the team with another four goals in the game, with Kalli LaFrance, Cassidy Culver and Savannah Foster all scoring one apiece.
    Megan Atkin and Monica Cisar tied for assists in the game with two apiece.
    The Lady Indians are currently 12-3 as they head to the Branson Tournament on Friday, April 25. They open against Webb City.
    The Eldon Mustangs' match against California only took two innings to decide the victor.
    Scoring seven runs in the top of the second, the Mustangs took a five-run lead after two innings. Three scoreless innings followed, and while the Pintos managed to score three more runs in the final two innings, it wasn't enough, as Eldon walked away with an 8-5 win.
    Dylan Wood led the team with three hits for three RBI's. Skylar Yakich had two hits in the game, and Chase Cook recorded an RBI as Eldon finished with a total of 10 hits.
    Yakich pitched all seven innings, striking out five.
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