STROMSBURG – The Centennial Broncos started out slow scoring one in the first and two in the second.

After that the Broncos batted around in third and then again in the fifth as they shutout Polk County 15-0 on the Slammers home diamond Tuesday night.

The Broncos improved to 14-9 with the win, while the Polk County girls dropped to 7-17.

Centennial ripped 15 hits and took advantage of eight Polk County errors.

Bronco’s starter Lilly Cast worked all five innings, she allowed the Slammers two hits and she recorded five strikeouts.

Polk County’s two hits came in the bottom of the second by Sadie Sunday and in the bottom of the fifth with a single by junior Faith Fellows.

Polk County tried to push across a run in the bottom of the fifth, but a ground out, pitcher to first and a throw from first to the Broncos catcher ended the game at 15-0.

The Broncos offense was led by Aly Timmerman who went three for four with two doubles and three runs driven in, Daylee Dey also had three hits and she drove in one run and scored one, Chaylee Tonniges finished with three hits, which included a double and two RBIs.

Picking up two hits for the Broncos was Lilly Cast and she drove in two runs.

Polk County is back in action on Thursday when they host Blue River and Madison/Humphrey Lindsay Holy Family in Tri action.

Centennial is also in action on Thursday as Southern and Cozad are in town for triangular play.

Centennial (14-9)

124 26- 15 15 0

Polk County (7-17)

000 00- 0 2 8

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