High School Softball: Mustangs 4, Wildcats 1; Mustangs 17, Wildcats 11
On Friday night, the Iola baseball team walked away from their home field in Riverside Park winners of 15-straight games and none were as exciting as their 17-11 win over the Wildcats to close out the series.
That comes with due apologies to the first game of the series, a 4-1 win over Burlington and what seemed, for the first four innings of game two anyway, to be a tone-setter.
Senior Isaac Vink tossed a great game versus a Burlington team thats most likely bound for state. He allowed just one run on seven hits and a walk while striking out eight Wildcats. He nearly pitched the whole game and most likely wouldve if his pitch count hadnt run out with one out to go in the top of the seventh.
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