Area softball with games involving Dwight and WFC

    Abby Edwards worked her mojo for a no-hitter as Dwight shut out Watseka 15-0 in a Sangamon Valley Conference softball game at DTHS Thursday.
    Edwards threw 52 strikes in 77 offerings and struck out seven in the five-inning game. She walked one.
    The Trojans offered plenty of run support beginning with three runs in the first inning. Walks were the big thing as all three runs came home on bases-loaded free passes.
    LynDee Hale singled to lead off the second inning, where the Trojans scored four runs. She scored on a wild pitch right before Kaitlyn Masching doubled in Macey Rodosky. Masching scored on Haley Schlabowske’s base hit to make it 7-0.
    Dwight plated eight runs in the fourth inning to put the game away. The inning started with a walk to Edwards. Following came a double, single, four straight walks and a Hale two-base hit that made it 13-0. Another base hit was collected before Edwards, batting for the second time in the inning, flew out for the first out of the frame.
    Hale and Masching each collected a double, single and drove in two runs for Dwight. Rodosky had a double, single and RBI while Schlawbowske had a hit and two RBIs. Morgan Zabel had a hit and RBI and Katy Edwards had a base hit.
Peoria Christian 4, WFC 2
    SOUTH STREATOR — Peoria Christian scored twice in the top of the ninth to leave with a 4-2 victory over Woodland-Flanagan-Cornell in a Tri-County Conference contest at Woodland.
    The Warriors scored the game’s first runs with a two-spot in the bottom of the first inning. Emily Friese singled in Elise Kane for the first WFC tally and Kylie Kindermann’s base hit plated Friese for a 2-0 lead.
    Peoria Christian answered with a run in the second inning and tied the game with marker in the fifth.
    August Gillman went the full nine innings, allowing four runs on 14 hits. She struck out seven in taking the loss for the Warriors.
    Kindermann had a triple and two singles while driving in a run to lead the eight-hit WFC offense. Elise Kane had two hits with Friese chalking up a hit and RBI. Audrey Jenkins and Kaitlyn Walter each had one hit.