GOODLAND, KS — The Colby High School softball team’s season came to an end Tuesday night but not before making a little noise at the 3A regional in Goodland.
After knocking out the hometown Cowgirls on Monday from the postseason, Colby faced the number one seed Scott City in the semifinals. Colby had dropped both of the early meetings in the season to the Beavers but CHS came into the matchup with lot of confidence winning 6 of there last 8 games and came away with a 14-3 upset.
Eagles jumped up early thanks to a four-run top of the second inning and never surrendered the lead. Brielle Bange led Colby with four RBI’s & two runs scored and pitcher Kamrie Miller struck-out nine while only allowing 3 runs to take the win. Scott City did not do themselves any favors committing 7 errors.
After the upset of Scott City, Colby then faced the number two seed Hays TMP. The Eagles hung around for a while but in the end lost by a final of 8-1.
Colby ends their 2018 season with a record of 9-13 and return a lot of good young pieces for next season.