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It was a “Homecoming” of sorts for junior Tricia Kramer and freshman Karlie Shackelford as their Lady 'Stangs traveled to Campbell County High School for a big District seed game with the rival Lady Camels. Both had once played at Campbell County. In the end it was their new home that led the parade. Bishop Brossart controlled the game all the way in an easy 12-4 win. Campbell Co. in the Recorder last week talked about a “signature” win against someone like Brossart. That will have to wait til another opponent.

On the day before Prom, a focused Brossart jumped out to an 8-3 lead and tacked on 4 more after Campbell County had closed to 8-4. Shackelford limited Campbell to just six hits over seven innings as she ran her record to 12-5 on the season.

Kramer, meanwhile, scored 3 runs had two hits a base on balls and an rbi. Brossart improves to 17-6 overall while Campbell County falls to 6-8.

The Big Green Machine fired it up offensively scoring 12 times on 12 hits following their 18 run production against Holmes the day before. The win was a decisive one for the District giving Bishop Brossart the Number 1 seed for the 37th District Tourney and a bye. Brossart finished 4-0 in seed games. They will play the winner of Silver Grove and Calvary Christian. Campbell Co. will be the three seed after falling to Scott 14-8 last week.

A balanced attack led the Lady 'Stangs. Senior Molly Williams had two hits including a double and three rbis, Maria “Mama” Greis kept up her laser hitting finishing 3 for 4 with a double and two rbis. Gretchen Trumbo chipped in with two hits also.

Seven BBHS players made the hit column.


In a game, this time that was completed, the Bishop Brossart junior varsity also traveled to Campbell Co. and after a slow start and trailing 5-0, they roared back to had the Lady Camels a 9-5 loss. The Lady 'Stangs scored 7 runs in the third inning and added one each in the fourth and fifth. Earlier in the year Campbell Co. had led Brossart in a suspended game

Emily Greis had a great game for the Lady 'Stangs playing solid defense and collecting two hits, a double and rbi. Eighth Grade catcher Amanda Lloyd also had two hits and an rbi. It was a balanced team effort.

“I told them after the game that we did what we needed to do. In this region this year getting the Number 1 seed is even more important,” stated Head Coach Tom Baynum.

Tomorrow the Prom Cruise should be fun. :thumb:


Karlie Shackelford


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Campbells catcher did a nice job last night, who is their catcher?


VArsity is Marissa Glahn, JV is Lily Rebholz and freshmen are Mallory McGrath and Ashley Schrieber.



JV was a heartbreaker...thought we had a nice lead till the third inning fell apart...oh well, we're gettin' there, a little at a time:thumb:

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