The Jamestown Eagles picked up the sweep last night, with the Lady Eagles softball team beating Prairie Home 10-2 and the Eagles baseball team winning 7-4 over the Panthers.
The Lady Eagles led Prairie Home 1-0 after the second and 4-0 after three. Meanwhile, after Prairie Home plated one run in the fourth, Jamestown came back and added three more runs in each of the fifth and seventh innings of play for the victory.
Birkman picked up the win in the circle for Jamestown while Makayla Zey took the loss for Prairie Home. In seven innings, Birkman struck out eight batters and gave up two runs, one earned, on six hits and one walk. Zey, meanwhile, pitched all seven innings and struck out seven batters while giving up 10 runs, one earned, on four hits and two walks.
Sheperle, Eschenbrener, Makayla Strother and A. Muri each had one hit in the game for Jamestown.
For Prairie Home, Josie Flood went 2-for-4 with a  single and a triple. Kohlie Stock was 1-for-1 with a single and one RBI while Brooke Emmerich, Makayla Zey and Ally Small added one single each.
As for the Jamestown baseball team, they actually trailed 4-0 after the first inning before rallying back with seven unanswered runs in the final-three innings.
Thompson picked up the win on the mound for Jamestown while Rayce Kendrick took the loss for Prairie Home, 1-1 on the season. Thompson pitched 4 2/3 innings and struck out eight batters while giving up two hits and four walks. Kendrick, meanwhile, pitched 1 2/3 innings and surrendered two runs on three hits while striking out two. Klay Holliday then came in and pitched 3 1/3 innings in relief and allowed five runs on six hits and two walks while striking out two batters.
Jamestown also out-hit Prairie Home 9-6, with Devore going 2-for-2 with two doubles. Couch had two singles and one RBI.
For Prairie Home, Kody Utterback went 2-for-2 with two singles and one RBI while Rayce Kendrick, Klay Holliday, Jonathan Brandes and Ben Stock each had one single.
Prairie Home coach Eric Rhorer said it was a good game despite the loss.
“We had every opportunity to win but we just left a couple of people stranded on base and couldn’t come up with that timely hit,” Rhorer said.