Saints sweep doubleheaders from MACCRAY and DB

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KMS senior pitcher Sam Gjerde is off to a great start for the Saints, picking up her third and fourth wins of the season last week with 21 combined strikeouts and only one walk.

The KMS Saints rebounded from their first conference loss in seven seasons with a pair of doubleheader sweeps last week.

KMS swept a doubleheader at MACCRAY last Tuesday night, 8-3 and 11-0, and then came back three nights later to sweep a home doubleheader with Dawson-Boyd, 10-0 and 13-3.

The Saints improved to 7-1 overall and in the Camden Conference with the four wins.

Alexis Lamecker is off to a great start this season.  She was 11-for-12 last week, including a stretch of 10-straight hits, and is an unofficial 21-for-28 so far this season.

This week, KMS was set to play at doubleheader at Minneota-Canby, Thursday before getting ready for a doubleheader at Renville County West, Tuesday, May 2....

 

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Pictured: KMS senior pitcher Sam Gjerde is off to a great start for the Saints, picking up her third and fourth wins of the season last week with 21 combined strikeouts and only one walk.
 

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