By Trenten Scheidegger

    The Winnebago Indians bounced back with an impressive victory over the Byron Tigers on April 15.

    But first, the Indians split games with Auburn on April 13. As part of a doubleheader, the Indians beat Auburn 13-11 before falling 10-3 in the second game. By the end of the week, the Indians saw their overall record move to 4-6.

    Everything was working when the Indians traveled to Byron just two days later. They wasted little time in getting on the scoreboard with a run in the top of the first inning. Izzy Burd’s triple down the third baseline drove in Reese Erdahl for the game’s first run.

    The Indians blew the game wide open in the top of the second, however. Sammi Falnes led the inning off with a single through the left side. Later on, Erdahl got an RBI of her own as a single up the middle drove Grace Corl into score. Before the inning was over, Burd picked up another big hit as she drove in Kyla Warkentien, giving the Indians a 6-0 lead.

    On top of the productive bats, the Indians sported one of their best pitching performances of the season. More specifically, Vern Gilley-Amdal had one of her best games. In five innings of work, Gilley-Amdal allowed just one hit while striking out seven.

    The Indians went on to match their second inning efforts with five more runs in the third. Corl had the big hit of the day as she crushed a two-run homerun to right center. Sometimes homeruns can be known as rally killers, but that wasn’t the case here.

    Vanessa Warkentien immediately kept the momentum alive when she followed up with a single up the middle. Erdahl then singled up the middle and Kyla reached on an error, loading the bases. Gilley-Amdal then cracked a two-run double to left, giving Winnebago a double-digit lead.

    In the end, the Indians picked up their fifth victory of the season with a 12-0 victory over Byron. The Tigers were held to just one hit in the game, while Winnebago combined for 11. Defensively, Winnebago played a clean game with zero errors. Byron couldn’t say the same, as a trio of errors only made things harder on themselves.

    Erdahl had a perfect day at the plate, going three for three with four runs scored, one run batted in, and a walk. Burd was right behind her, going two for four with four RBI. Kyla went one for four with two runs scored and two RBI. Gilley-Amdal was one for three with a pair of RBIS. Corl finished the day going one for three with two runs scored and two RBI.

    This Thursday, April 25, the Indians are scheduled to travel to face off with Genoa-Kingston at 4:30 p.m. On Friday, April 26, they are set to host Yorkville Christian at the same time.

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