The Southeast Community College softball season ended last weekend after losing a three game series to Central Community College.

It was a Region IX Playoff qualifying series and the Storm won the first game 12-2 in five innings, but lost the second game 3-2 and the third and decisive game 12-2.

In the win, Ellie Edmond pitched all five innings, giving up two earned runs on six hits while striking out four and walking two.

SCC pounded out 11 hits in the game, including two hits and two RBI's each from Jasmine Davis and Jessica Lusk. Davis also scored four runs. Cassidy Burhardt had a hit and three RBI's.

Shelby Haskell had a hit and two runs scored while Savannah Grabowski, Sarah Haake, Amber Scherer and Montana Lovett had a hit each.

In Game 2, Central scored a run in the third inning, but SCC tied it with a run in the fifth inning. Both teams scored a run in the sixth inning, but Central scored a run in the bottom of the seventh for the 3-2 win.

Edmond pitched again, giving up three runs (one earned) on seven hits in 6.2 innings of work.

SCC had six hits, including two hits and an RBI from Sarah Haake. Jasmine Davis had a double while Savannah Grabowski, Cassidy Burhardt and Courtney Stephens had a single each.

In the series finale, the game was still close through four innings, but Central scored 10 runs in the last three innings to win.

Central had 19 hits compared to SCC's three. The Storm also helped Central out by committing five errors. Edmond pitched all seven innings in the loss for SCC.

Grabowski, Haake and Davis had the three hits for the Storm.

Prior to the postseason series, the Lady Storm dropped a doubleheader to Des Moines Area. They lost the first game 22-0 and the second game 12-0.

On April 8 and 9, SCC played a four game series against North Platte Community College. They won the first game 11-3 in five innings, but dropped the next three games 6-4, 10-4 and 7-7.

Their final scheduled home games against Kansas City Kansas Community Community College on April 13 were canceled due to weather.

The Storm finishes their season with a 17-35 record.

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