Pleasant Valley 0
Muscatine knocked off Pleasant Valley 8-0 on Tuesday to finish fifth in Class 5A.
Katie Shoultz led the Muskies (38-5), going 3-for-4. She scored two runs.
Emily Clemens drove in two runs, while Rachel Beatty had two hits.
Miranda Kaste had a home run, scored twice and drove in two.
For Pleasant Valley (31-10), Jasmine Lara was 3-for-4 and Erica Miller was 3-for-3.
Sydney?Dwyer had two hits as well.
Cedar Rapids Jefferson 2, Waukee 0
Cedar Rapids Jefferson pulled out a 2-0 victory over Waukee to finish seventh in Class 5A.
Tori Brandon had the lone RBI for the J-Hawks (35-8).
Erin Kuba and Savannah Fowler had the other hits.
For the Warriors (25-19), Claire Dudek was 2-for-3 and Schylir Rowen had a hit.
West Delaware 2
In its first ever state tournament appearance, Oskaloosa finished ffith in Class 4A.
The Indians (31-10) toppled West Delaware (31-9) 7-2 on Wedensday.
Callie Arnold and Alexis Westercamp had two hits each.
Westercamp drove in four runs.
For West Delaware, Hannah Cole had two hits and Haley Morrison drove in two runs.
Le Mars 8,
Clear Creek-Amana 3
Le Mars picked up an 8-3 victory over Clear Creek-Amana to finish seventh in Class 4A.
The Bulldogs (22-18) had 10 hits in the finale.
Holly Schneider, Madison Heidebrink and Kassidy Rieken had two hits each.
Heidebrink and Rieken had two RBI each. Heidebrink hit a home run.
For the Clippers (22-20), Lauren Stopko was 3-for-4. Jacquelyn Fairholm had two hits as well.
Center Point-Urbana 5
Mid-Prairie claimed a 7-5 victory over No. 6 Center Point-Urbana in the Class 3A fifth place game on Wednesday.
Lexi Duwa, Amber Kral and Chelsea Kral all went 2-for-3 offensively for the Golden Hawks (27-11 overall). Amber Kral, Chelsea Kral and Emma Troyer all went deep.
Chelsea Kral finished with three RBI, while Amber Kral knocked in a pair.
Leading the way offensively for the Fighting Pointers (29-11) was Taylor Henderson and Alyssa Wade with two hits apiece. Wade homered, drove in three and scored twice.
Spirit Lake 3,
West Burlington 2
Caitlyn Roberts played the role of hero for Spirit Lake on Wednesday.
Roberts singled home Paige Petersen in the bottom of the seventh, leading the Indians (24-9) to a 3-2 victory over No. 13 West Burlington Notre Dame in the 3A seventh place game.
Roberts finished 2-for-3 with a run scored and a RBI for Spirit Lake.
Bailee Newman (21-8) went the distance in the circle, allowing just three hits and no earned runs. Newman walked one and fanned three.
Riley Hale, Kori Mesecher and Machaela Diaz all posted hits for the Falcons (23-15).
Alburnett 9, MV-A-O 5
Alburnett picked up a 9-5 victory over MV-A-O to earn fifth place in Class 2A.
The Pirates (28-13) had 13 hits in the game.
Maddie Volesky led the way with three hits, three RBI and two runs.
Kaitlyn Boline, Kayla Hospodarsky, Amber Porter and Madeline Aver all had two hits for Alburnett.
Boline and Porter drove in two runs.
MV-A-O (23-11) had seven hits.
North Butler 11,
St. Ansgar 1
Taylor Graven threw a one-hitter as North Butler earned an 11-1 victory over St. Ansgar for a seventh place finish.
The Bearcats (19-10) had 12 hits on the day.
Lisa Feldman paced North Butler, going 4-for-4 with two RBI and three runs. She was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle.
Kenzie Siemons had two hits as well.
Graven struck out five batters and gave up her lone hit in the second inning to St. Ansgar (19-11).
Lynnville-Sully 2, Wayne 1
Second-ranked Lynnville-Sully (36-2) went extra innings to knock off Wayne 2-1 for a fifth place finish in Class 1A.
With the international tie-break rule in play, Shaylin Lukehart hit a single to right field to score Jade Van Rees.
Lukehart finished with two hits. Van Rees had an RBI.
Mary Ann Downs and Shania Austin had two hits each for Wayne (28-8).
Madison Rasmusson earned the win with eight strikeouts.
Gabby Tath tossed a perfect game on Marquette’s way to a 13-0 victory over Glidden-Ralston in a Class 1A seventh place game.
Anna Ambrosy was 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs for Marquette (35-8).
Nicole Blum, Tath and Justine Kalmes had two hits each. Kalmes drove in four runs.
Tath struckout three batters.
Glidden-Ralston finishes the season at 14-14.