Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé senior Mariah Schauwecker (11) pitches during the Crimson Bears 10-9 win over the Sitka Lady Wolves, Friday, at Melvin Park. (Klas Stolpe / Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé senior Mariah Schauwecker (11) pitches during the Crimson Bears 10-9 win over the Sitka Lady Wolves, Friday, at Melvin Park. (Klas Stolpe / Juneau Empire)

Crimson Bears walk off Lady Wolves

JDHS earns 10-9 softball win over Sitka

Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé extended their unbeaten streak to 10 games as they gutted out a 10-9 softball showcase against the visiting Sitka Lady Wolves at Melvin Park on Friday.

JDHS senior Mariah Schauwecker started on the mound for the Crimson Bears and went four innings, allowing four hits and three runs and striking out seven batters.

Schauwecker also singled with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning with the game tied at 9-9, scoring Carlynn Casperson to win the game.

JDHS junior Kiah Yadao relieved in the circle for three innings, allowing five hits and six runs and striking out two.

Schauwecker led JDHS with three runs batted in, senior Gloria Bixby two, senior Anna Dale, junior Mila Hargrave and senior Zoey Billings one each. Hargrave had three hits, Dale, Schauwecker, junior Kiah Yadao, Bixby and junior Chloe Casperson two each, Billings and Carlynn Casperson one apiece. Dale, Schauwecker and Chloe Casperson scored two runs each, Carlynn Casperson, Yadao and Hargrave one each.

Sitka’s Dalila Calahan led the Lady Wolves with three RBI. Calahan, Kaelynn Balovich and Kaleena Tucker led with two hits each. Tucker led with three runs scored.

Balovich pitched the game for Sitka.

JDHS will face Ketchikan Saturday at 11 a.m. on Melvin Park field and Sitka at 5 p.m.

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