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COLLEGE CLIPBOARD: Softball, girls tennis

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Softball

UND splits with SDSU

A late rally by South Dakota State in the second game of the doubleheader spoiled North Dakota’s hopes of a sweep on Wednesday at Apollo Field.

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UND downed the Jackrabbits 6-4 in the first game, before falling 5-2 in eight innings in Game 2.

Megan Keegan hit a home run and Amanda Johnson was 3-for-3 to lead UND in Game 1.

“We created scoring opportunities and converted well,” UND coach Eric Oakley said. “Keegan had a great shot in some tough conditions and our pitching and defense got us out of some jams. It was an all-around solid effort.”

In the second game, Caralyn Chewning pitched the complete game for UND, facing 36 batters through eight innings and striking out five. She conceded four earned runs on 11 hits.

“Chewning pitched extremely well, so it’s disappointing that we didn’t get the win for her today,” Oakley said.

UND freshman Megan Hedstrom pitched a complete game as well, going the distance in the first game of the doubleheader. She struck out three, while giving up four runs on nine hits for the second win of her career.

UND hosts Idaho State this weekend in the final series of the season.

Girls tennis

GF Red River 9, Fargo North 0

Mimi Yunker, Maddie Anderson and Cindy Lim each picked up singles and doubles wins as Grand Forks Red River beat Fargo North on Wednesday.

Red River, which improved to 3-0, also picked up singles wins by Michaela Meland and Casey DeBeltz. It was the first varsity win for DeBeltz.

The Roughriders play Grand Forks Central on Friday.

Fargo North 7, GF Central 2

Lydia Jacobson won at No. 1 singles to lead Fargo North over Grand Forks Central on Wednesday.

Central picked up wins from Katie Sween at No. 2 singles and the pairing of Maddie Comeau and Sween at No. 1 doubles.

“We’re inexperienced at the bottom, although improving,” said Central coach Max Weisser, whose team dropped to 0-4.

The Knights host Fargo Shanley today.

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