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St. edmond’s anna kolacia (top photo) slides around a tag from AGWSR’s Sidney Schaefer during a Class 1A regional softball game at Rogers Park. Kaili Henning (bottom photo) catches a pop fly for the Gaels. For more photos, please visit CU.messengernews.net

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Kaili Henning struck out a career-high 16 as the 14th-ranked St. Edmond softball team ousted AGWSR here Wednesday night at Rogers Park, 8-1.

The Gaels (24-6 overall) will face Mason City Newman back here on Friday night in a Class 1A, Region 4 semifinal. The Knights topped Saint Ansgar, 5-3, to advance.

Henning dominated the Cougars (4-25) from the first pitch on, striking out the side in the opening inning. She also struck out the side in the fifth, picking up at least one strikeout on each of the nine batters in the original order.

“Kaili was on,” SEHS head coach Bill Shirbroun said. “She was hitting her spots and was really in command of her pitches. It was a lot of fun to see her out there pitching like that.

“I thought, for the most part, our defense did a good job. It can be tough when you are striking out that many batters to stay focused, but we were able to most innings.”

Lauren Gibb was 2-for-3 with two RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base, while Alyson Nieland had three hits and drove in a run. Faith Shirbroun had a hit, an RBI and a steal, Gracie Harvey had a hit, reached twice more and scored two runs, and Ansley Oswald had a double.

Anna Kolacia and Hadley Oswald each had a hit, with Kamryn Gochee scored twice. Kolacia and Ansley Oswald also scored.

“It took us a little while to get going, and we left some runs out there, but it was good to see us hitting the ball well and being aggressive,” Shirbroun said. “I thought coming in that we could have some success at the plate based on seeing (AGWSR’s) stats.”

St. Edmond had not played a game since clinching a share of the North Central Conference title last week vs. Webster City. They were retired in order in the first, but responded by scoring runs in the next five innings.

Gibb drove in Ansley Oswald in the second, while Nieland plated Harvey in the third to make it 2-0. Gibb and Gochee scored in the fourth on an error and a sacrifice fly by Shirbroun with the bases loaded that just missed clearing the fence in center.

“We’ve just got to clean a few things up,” Shirbroun said. “Being off for as long as we were, I wasn’t surprised that it took us a little while to get going.

“But like they have done all year, the middle and bottom parts of our lineup really came up big again.”

In the fifth, Gochee scored on an RBI-single by Gibb and Kolacia came around to give make it 7-1. The Gaels added one more run in the sixth courtesy of Harvey.

AGWSR got on the board in the fourth when Quinn Holmgaard drove in Elise Olson. Henning struck out the next six batters she faced after that.

“It’s good to get that first postseason win,” Shirbroun said. “The girls are excited and can’t wait to get back out here and play again on Friday.”

This was the first win for St. Edmond over the Cougars in three appearances. AGWSR knocked the Gaels out of regionals in 2018 and ’19.

ST. EDMOND 8, AGWSR 1

AGWSR 000 100 0 — 1 3 5

SE 011 231 x — 8 10 0

WP–Kaili Henning (16-2, 7 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 16 K, 1 BB). LP–Sidney Schafer (4-17, 6 IP, 8 R, 10 H, 3 K, 1 BB). 2B–SE: Ansley Oswald. RBI–AGWSR: Quinn Holmgaard; SE: Faith Shirbroun, Alyson Nieland, Lauren Gibb (2). SB–SE: Faith Shirbroun, Gracie Harvey, Lauren Gibb.


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