The sometimes potent, sometimes struggling softball Kahoks’ offense found it’s groove Saturday in time to earn a split of two games played in the Lincoln Tournament.
Collinsville (11-11) hit the ball hard in their 7-3 to Canton to start the day, Head Coach Cindy Kolda said.
“The first game we didn’t string the hits together,” Kolda said. “It’s kind of been our theme lately.”
But the team stayed positive and started to give themselves a chance. They carried that into the last game Kolda said. “It was kind of a game changer.”
During the 9-5 victory over Mahomet-Seymour, the Lady Kahoks were loud on the bench.
“They were all up and they were cheering for each other,” Kolda said.
They were also stringing hits together.
“They produced one through nine in the offense.” Kolda said.
Sidney Bost earned the win in the second game, pitching a complete game. Darkness overcame the field before the game was called after the sixth inning.
Addison Wickiser started the first game and took the loss.