Prep softball: Shorewood 24, Shorecrest 14 (6)

SHORELINE — Shorewood’s Abby Gustafson went 2-for-4 with a triple and six RBI and the Thunderbirds scored in every inning to win a Wesco 3A South game over rival Shorecrest. Alissa Kaufhold homered and Brynne Loiseau and Hannah Jorgensen each had three hits for the Scots. Shorecrest used an eight-run fourth inning to take a 14-13 lead, but the T-birds scored the final 11 runs of the game.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Brynne Loiseau and Olivia Nolan. Holly Ebel and Alison Feise. WP—Ebel (3-5). LP—Loiseau (0-1). 2B—Loiseau, Hannah Jorgensen (Shc). 3B—Maureen Penner (Shc), Abby Gustafson (Shw). HR—Alissa Kaufhold (Shc). Records—Shorecrest 0-3 league, 2-7 overall. Shorewood 1-1, 3-5.

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