Haslag competes in cross-country at Mexico
The Prairie Home Lady Panthers softball team fell at home Friday night against the Sturgeon Bulldogs 18-0.
While committing six errors and finishing with just one hit on the night, head coach Tad Shotten said his team had several errors after getting the first two outs in the first.
Shaye Siegel took the loss in the circle for Prairie Home and also had the only hit for the Lady Panthers.
“We gave up two runs on mis-played outfield balls in the first,” Shotten said. “The game opened up in the second and Sturgeon scored 14 runs due to their good hitting and our errors. Our bats never came alive and their pitcher did a great job. Our bats never came alive and their pitcher did a great job. Our pitcher did a fine job pitching for us but we’ve got to take care of things behind her. Paiton Williams and Kaelyn Crews both had great first catches in the first inning and Kelsey Watson did a great job fielding for us. Maggie Wood also showed a lot of heart catching while tweaking her hand in warmups. Things we need to work on is making the routine outs.”
Mexico CC Meet
Prairie Home sophomore Allen Haslag finished 70th out of 90 runners in a time of 24 minutes and 49 seconds while competing in the Mexico Invitational last Saturday.