Offensively, the Comets had 25 base runners to go with its 22 runs, which all were scored in the first two innings.
Cat Diveley led Caston with a triple, single and three RBIs. Tori Rentschler added two singles and two RBIs. Bailee Cook and Marli Leazenby each had two singles, and Tierney Rentschler added a double.
Cass 8, Taylor 1
Cass (5-7, 1-1 MIC) got its first win in the Mid-Indiana Conference. The Kings had 11 hits to go along with its eight runs.
Kassi Zeck led Cass with a single, two doubles and two RBIs. Ashton McClain added two singles. Logan Henry came up with a double, triple and four RBIs. Emily Glassburn had a single and two RBIs. Savanna Thompson, Alexa Humerickhouse and Miranda Cunningham each had a single.
Thompson was the winning pitcher. She allowed one earned run on nine hits and walked one with one strikeout.
The Kings opened MIC play with a 13-8 loss to Hamilton Heights Wednesday.
Thompson led the Kings going 2-for-4 with a double and RBI. Kassi Zeck also went 2-for-4. Meghan Hall, Ashton McClain, Hailey Holt, Emily Galloway and Cheyenne Dittmaier all had one hit apiece. Dittmaier had a double with one RBI. Holt had a home run with two RBIs.
Dittmaier took the loss giving up 10 hits, walking nine, striking out eight and giving up 13 runs, 10 of which were earned. The Lady Kings committed five errors.
N. Miami 14, Winamac 3
Winamac’s (4-9) woes continue in losing its seventh straight game.
In the battle of the Warriors, North Miami pounded out 10 hits with five of them being home runs.
Winamac’s offense stalled with a total of seven hits. Levi Schultz and Kameron Cooper each had a double in leading Winamac. Maverick Schultz added an RBI single.
Dylan Hintz was the losing pitcher. Hintz allowed eight earned runs on seven hits in 3 2/3 innings. Brent Evans came on in relief and allowed three earned runs on three hits in 2 2/3 innings.