Madison Softball picked up a pair of victories on Sunday, moving their record to 7-1 on the Fall. In their first game versus Dakota Valley, the Lady Bulldogs collected in 14 hits and used a seven-run fifth inning to win 12-4. Kelsey O’Connell and Caymen Ferber both drove in three runs for Madison – all starters had at least one hit. It was the second victory over Dakota Valley on the season.

Amanda Vacanti scattered six hits over seven innings in game two, giving up just one run to pitch Madison to a 13-1 win versus BCF (Baltic/Chester/Flandreau). Julie Hodges went three for four with two runs scored and five driven in. Madison had 18 more hits in the second game.