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MFL MarMac’s senior pitcher, Lauren Haberichter, earned her 264th strikeout of the season on July 6. That total is second most in Class 2A and third most in the whole state. (Times-Register file photo)

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

The MFL MarMac softball team suffered a 10-0 loss to Cascade in a Class 2A - Region 8 quarterfinal game on July 6, bringing the season to a close.

 

The Cougars manufactured two runs in the opening frame, then added a run in both the second and third innings, before sealing the victory with six in the fourth.

 

Cascade collected seven hits overall, along with four walks and two hit batters, off Bulldog senior pitcher Lauren Haberichter. Just six of the 10 runs scored while she was on the mound were earned, however. 

 

Haberichter picked up two strikeouts, cementing her season total at 264—second most in Class 2A and third most in the whole state. Only North Union’s Emily Meyer has more in Class 2A, with 289. The state leader is Dakota Lake from Class 3A Saydel, who has 369.

 

Offensively, MFL MarMac had three hits—singles by Katelyn Gerndt, Savannah Schaller and Autumn Shaw. Shaw also drew a walk.

 

The Bulldogs finished the season with a record of 9-26. They were 6-10 in the Upper Iowa Conference, which tied them for sixth with Clayton Ridge.

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