The Eagles softball team hosted North Bend Central, Tekamah-Herman and Columbus Lakeview on Saturday for the Arlington Invite, going 1-2 against those schools.
Coach Janelle Lorsch's team beat North Bend 9-1, lost to Tekamah-Herman 12-3 and dropped its finale to Lakeview — the invite champs — 8-0.
First, Eagles senior Cadie Robinson notched three RBIs in the win against the NBC Tigers. Kiersten Taylor added two RBIs and a triple, while Britt Nielsen also drove in a run.
Taylor was the winning pitcher, too, surrendering just three hits. She struck out six batters.
Sydney Magnino, meanwhile, produced two hits for AHS against Tekamah. Hannah Stahlecker notched the lone RBI.
Against Lakeview, Robinson and Stahlecker recorded the Eagles' lone hits across five innings. Pitcher Rylee Fuehrer struck out four batters in defeat.
Arlington is 9-7 this season. It next hosts the NEN Vipers at 6:30 p.m. today.
Eagles drop GACC game
AHS' fifth loss of the season came Thursday at West Point GACC.
The Bluejays scored three first-inning runs and won 10-2, improving to 12-6.
The Eagles scored one run during the third inning and another in the fourth. Fuehrer and Taylor notched the RBIs, while Bailey Taylor, Magnino, Emery McIntosh and Nielsen added hits in defeat, too.
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