The Southeast Community College softball team managed one win during a four game home series against Central Community College over the weekend.
SCC got swept in Saturday's doubleheader at Hannibal Park in Beatrice, losing the first game 9-4 before losing the second game 12-3 in five innings.
The Lady Storm fell behind early in the first game, giving up six runs in the first inning. They were never able to crawl back into the game.
SCC had eight hits in the game, including three from Jessica Lusk. Both Lusk and Hadlee Cerny had a home run in the game. Cerny had two RBI's and Jasmine Davis had two singles.
Ellie Edmond took the loss, pitching seven innings and giving up nine runs (six earned) on eight hits while striking out three and walking one.
SCC fell behind 3-0 in the second game on Saturday, but scored a run in the bottom of the first and another run in the bottom of the third to make it 3-2. Central came up with four runs in the fourth inning and five runs in the fifth inning to enforce the run rule.
SCC had eight hits, including a single and a triple by Sarah Haake. Jessica Lusk had two singles. Katie Fisher and Savannah Grabowski had an RBI each.
Edmond took the loss for the Storm in the circle, pitching 4.1 innings before giving way to Jessica Lusk.
SCC won the first game of Sunday's doubleheader 6-5. They scored a run in the first inning and two runs in both the third inning and fourth inning. Central fought back to tie it 5-5, but SCC scored a run in the seventh inning to win 6-5.
Savannah Grabowski had three hits including a home run, an RBI and three runs scored. Jessica Lusk had two hits, an RBI and two runs scored.
Edmond picked up the win for the Storm, pitching all seven innings and giving up five runs (one earned) on seven hits while striking out four and walking one.
In the series finale, Cetral won 9-2. They scored all nine of their runs in the first two innings and the Storm never recovered.
SCC managed eight hits, including three singles by Amber Scherer. Sarah Haake had two singles.
Melissa Reuter took the loss in the circle. Edmond pitched the finals 5.2 innings in relief.
SCC is now 9-20 on the season. Their Tuesday home doubleheader with Des Moines Area has been cancelled. They will be in action again on Thursday when they host a doubleheader with Allen County Community College.