AUSTIN EDITION - Southland sweeps Lyle/Pacelli

Landherr picks up a pair of wins for the Rebels

ADAMS -- Michelle Landherr picked up a pair of victories as Southland swept Lyle/Austin Pacelli in SEC softball on Friday.

The Rebels won 7-1 and 7-5 to drop Lyle/Pacelli to 2-4 on the season.

Allison Chapek went 3-for-3 with a double and a triple for Southland in the opener. Shannon Halbach and Amber Howe each had two hits for the Rebels. Southland had nine hits and scored all seven of its runs in the first four innings.

Louise Mudra and Rebecca Mino were both 2-for-3 for L/P. Mudra singled and scored in the first on an RBI single by Mino.


Lyle/Pacelli led 5-3 going into the sixth inning of the nightcap. The Rebels then scored twice in the sixth to tie the game and twice more in the top of the seventh to win it.

Amy Walerak hit a single in the seventh and Chapek snapped the tie with an RBI triple. Chapek again had three hits while Landherr struck out eight.

Lyle/Pacelli had taken the lead with four runs in the fourth inning. Kelsey Sampson and Carmen Smith singled as part of a seven-hit inning. Tana Lukas, Nicki Svoboda Mudra all hit RBI singles. After Mino got a hit, Kate Boisjolie added another RBI single.

Mudra had three hits while Mino, Boisjolie, Sampson and Lukas all had two.

L/P had four of its six errors in the sixth as Southland tied the game.

Lyle/Pacelli (2-4 overall, 1-1 in SEC) will play host to Grand Meadow/LeRoy-Ostrander on Monday at 4:30 p.m. at Todd Park.

First game



Lyle/Pacelli 100 000 0 --1 ; 5 0

; Southland 132 100 0 --7 9 1

; Mudra and Mino; Landherr and Howe.

2B -- SOU, Walerak; 3B -- SOU, Chapek.

Second game


Southland 102 002 2 --7 ; 5 1

; Lyle/Pacelli 100 400 0 --5 13 6


; Landherr and Howe; Mudra and Mino.

3B -- SOU, Chapek.

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