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Class 3A QND Softball Regional Semifinal Game At The Backyard QND 10, Jacksonville 0, 5 innings QND No. 1 seed Jacksonville No. 4 seed Ashley Wensing 5th no-hitter of the season. Finished with 4 strikeouts and 3 walks. Retired 10 straight batters midway through the game. Wensing now 27-4 this season. QND scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning, including a first-pitch leadoff home run by Kristen Gengenbacher. Sawyer Whelan followed with a double and scored on Carly Wilson's sacrifice fly and Mary Beth Hugenberg doubled home Jennie Polak, who had walked. QND added five runs in the third. The key hit of the inning was Wilson's two-run single with two outs. Five QND players with two hits apiece -- Kristen Gengenbacher, Wilson, Mary Beth Hugenberg, Wensing and Peyton Oden. Five extra-base hits for QND, including a double and a triple by Hugenberg. Jacksonville finishes 18-16. QND now 28-5. Will host the Chatham Glenwood-Rochester winner in the regional title game at 11 a.m.Saturday at The Backyard. QND 10, Jacksonville 0 Jax 000 00 -- 0 0 4 QND 305 11 -- 10 12 0 Myers and Hall; Wensing and Wilson. WP -- Wensing. LP -- Myers. 2B -- QND 3 (Whelan, Hugenberg, Wensing). 3B -- QND 1 (Hugenberg). HR -- QND 1 (Kr. Gengenbacher).
Class 3A QND Softball Regional
Semifinal Game
At The Backyard
 
QND 10, Jacksonville 0, 5 innings
 
QND No. 1 seed
Jacksonville No. 4 seed
 
Ashley Wensing 5th no-hitter of the season. Finished with 4 strikeouts and 3 walks. Retired 10 straight batters midway through the game. Wensing now 27-4 this season.
 
QND scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning, including a first-pitch leadoff home run by Kristen Gengenbacher. Sawyer Whelan followed with a double and scored on Carly Wilson's sacrifice fly and Mary Beth Hugenberg doubled home Jennie Polak, who had walked.
 
QND added five runs in the third. The key hit of the inning was Wilson's two-run single with two outs.
 
Five QND players with two hits apiece -- Kristen Gengenbacher, Wilson, Mary Beth Hugenberg, Wensing and Peyton Oden. Five extra-base hits for QND, including a double and a triple by Hugenberg.
 
Jacksonville finishes 18-16.
QND now 28-5. Will host the Chatham Glenwood-Rochester winner in the regional title game at 11 a.m.Saturday at The Backyard.
 
QND 10, Jacksonville 0
Jax   000   00 -- 0   0   4
QND 305   11 -- 10 12  0
Myers and Hall; Wensing and Wilson. WP -- Wensing. LP -- Myers. 2B -- QND 3 (Whelan, Hugenberg, Wensing). 3B -- QND 1 (Hugenberg). HR -- QND 1 (Kr. Gengenbacher).

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