Reeds Spring High School's Izzy Erickson broke the school record for career home runs by a softball player. She belted her 17th home run last week in a 2-1 victory over Seneca. The Lady Wolves are 16-5 on the season and begin the district tournament this week.
The Reeds Spring High School volleyball team won both of its matches last week to improve to 12-6-3. The Lady Wolves beat Parkview 2-0 and Hollister 2-0. Against Hollister, Kamryn Hopper had 11 digs, Carley Reeves-Eakins added 12 kills, and Amarah Porter had 21 assists. The JV and freshman teams also defeated Hollister.
The Wolves fell to Marshfield, 32-7. Matt Allison had the lone touchdown for the Wolves, scoring on a 63-yard run. Colton Cramblett rushed for 108 yards on 15 carries. The defense was led by Adam Lewis who recorded 15 tackles. RSHS (4-3) travels to Cassville on October 18.
At Cassville, freshman Evan Brandsma led the Wolves with a 28th place finish. Cole Weydert was 35th, Tanner Hirschi was 50th, Ethan Gordon was 51st, and Thomas Pinion was 83rd. The boys finished ninth overall. For the girls, Nicole Yendes finished 72nd.
The Lady Wolves tennis team ended the season with a 5-0 loss to Willow Springs in the district tournament. In the individual district tournament, juniors Mckenzie Coffelt and Ashlyn Shafer played strong in doubles play but ultimately lost to Clever in two sets.