Parker suffers nonconference softball loss
After Parker went ahead in the first inning, Wilmot rolled to a 7-1 lead after three innings. The Panthers led 12-6 after five innings.
Wilmot pounded Parker pitching for 20 hits, including three doubles and a home run. The Panthers scored six runs with two out.
Parker had seven hits, including two apiece from Kelley Koebler, Emily Lilburn and Lyndsay Kluge.
“We just kind of fell apart,” Parker coach Dyann Riley said. “We made some poor decisions.’’
Parker (5-11) hosts Madison West at 4 p.m. Friday at Dawson Field.
WILMOT 13, PARKER 6
Janesville Parker 100 230 0—6 7 2
Wilmot 205 231 0—13 20 3
Koebler, Tracey (4) and Kluge; Webster and Bigger.
Leading hitters—Koebler (JP) 2x4, Lilburn (JP) 2x3, Kluge (JP) 2x4, Sheahan (W) 2x4, Bolton (W) 4x5, Bigger (W), 2x5, Swortz (@) 2x3. Webster (W) 3x4, Rozell (W) 4x4, Bland (W), 2x3. 2B—Kluge (JP), Klawitter (JP), Bolton (W), Webster (W), Rozell (W). HR—Rozell (W).
SO—Koebler (JP) 2. Tracey (JP) 3, Webster (W) 10. BB—Koebler 2, Tracey 1.
Last updated: 9:12 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012