Onalaska gets back on track with win over Morton-White Pass


The Onalaska softball team scored quickly and with ease on Thursday, as the Loggers piled on quickly in a 15-0, four-inning win over Morton-White Pass.

The Loggers (11-7, 6-2 C2BL) took the lead with three in the first, and they never looked back. Twelve more runs across the next three innings were more than enough for the run-rule victory.

Lisa Liddell pitched four no-hit innings in the circle, striking out 10 while walking just three. She also went 2 for 3 at the plate with a double and drove in three runs, while Jaelynn Aumann went 1 for 1, walked twice, and scored twice.

Five other Loggers recorded a hit, and five more Loggers also drove in a run.

Keegan Ingalsbe was the only Morton-White Pass (2-14, 1-7 C2BL) baserunner, as she walked twice.

Both sides are back in action on Monday, as the Loggers head to Mossyrock and the Timberwolves return home for a season-ending doubleheader against Adna.