Savages meet Warhawks in semi-finals | KCII Radio


He’s another familiar nemesis in the playoffs on Friday for the Sigourney Savage softball team as they host North Mahaska in the regional semifinals of the Class 1A tournament. The Indians are 23-7 on the year after a 1-0 win over English Valleys to open Thursday’s regional quarterfinal playoffs. The Indians were led by a spectacular performance from rookie Carly Goodwin in the circle, opening a competitive game with a single hit to register the victory. At home plate, Sigourney got hits from Josephine Moore, Dani Aller and Macy Fisch. Fisch hit the winning RBI in the fourth quarter. The Indians are currently ranked # 7 in Class 1A in the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union final poll. They were co-regular season champions of the South Iowa Cedar League with a 15-1 conference record. Sigourney is 0.335 as a team, 10th best in Class 1A and has an ERA of 1.66, ninth in the state. They are individually led by three players hitting over .400 over the year in Carly Goodwin, Kaylee Weber and Josephine Moore. Goodwin leads the team at 0.515, ninth in 1A with 52 hits, sixth in Iowa. Goodwin also leads the Indians in the circle with an overall record of 19-3 and 0.55 ERA, second in the state.

North Mahaska is 18-10 on the year, they finished 12-4 in the South Iowa Cedar League, taking third place behind co-champions Sigourney and Lynnville-Sully. The Warhawks have sent Keota and Montezuma so far to their tournament track, winning both games by a combined score of 14-1. New Sharon’s daughters are hitting .334 as a team and have a 2.40 ERA. They have pair reaching over 0.400 with Zoe Duecore and Regan Grewe at 0.466 and 0.461 respectively and each with 41 hits. In the circle, Madison McKay is 13-8 in 132 innings with a 2.59 ERA, Morgan Hudson is 5-1 with 1.83. On Thursday night, Sigourney head coach Shelly Striegel spoke about her side’s victory over English Valleys and coming to North Mahaska. “I think Goodwin hit his goals really well tonight. She was amazing, she did everything she could for the team. Macy Fisch did a good job behind the wheel and Amiya Smallwood did a good job managing the bases and enjoying. Experience helps this team, but their mental toughness is also essential. They depend on each other. Maddie McKay for New Sharon is a good pitcher. She does a good job in the circle. So we have to keep our heads down and hit the ball.

These two teams met on June 11 and the Indians won an 8-1 victory over New Sharon. Sigourney was marked in the win by a home run from Kaylee Weber and three RBIs from Macy Fisch and two each from Raegan Rozenboom and Weber to go along with a full performance on Game 13 strikes in Carly Goodwin’s circle. You can hear all the action tonight between the No.7 Savages and the Warhawks from Schafer Field in Sigourney, starting with the pre-game show at 6:30 p.m. and the first pitch at 7 p.m. on AM 1380, FM 102.5 and

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