|By Scott Vicker, The Creston News Advertiser, Iowa|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The win improves
The Rams took the lead after the Panthers committed an error to put the baserunner on and another error allowed the baserunner to score.
"I was really happy, really proud of them,"
"Once Alyssa got that walk, that kind of ignited a spark in the dugout and got things going," McCabe said. "I was pretty proud of the kids."
The Panthers added an unearned run in the sixth inning thanks to a
LaMasters struck out six and walked three in the win, with the lone run being unearned.
"Haylee was pretty darn good from that point on," McCabe said about
McCabe was happy to get a win against one of the teams considered to be in the top tier of the conference, but knows his team won't be able to celebrate for long with
The Rams entered Monday's game undefeated and leading the conference.
"Big win," McCabe said. "They've been picked as the conference favorite by several people. So to go on the road and get a win is pretty big for this group. Pleased with the win, but back at it tomorrow."
The Panthers will be without starters Higgins and Palser today, as they will be playing in the regional soccer match.
Varsity action is scheduled for approximately
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