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The Raiderettes finished their season with a record of 17-11 and ended things at the State Softball Tournament in Fort Dodge, one of two unranked teams to do so and one of three Pride of Iowa schools in attendance.
The Raiderette bats boasted a .313 average with a .461 slugging percentage and recorded an on base percentage of .366.
The Raiderettes recorded 699 at-bats and recorded 219 hits, 178 runs and 132 RBI while hitting 19 home runs.
Halsie Barnes led the batters with 79 at-bats, recording 16 runs on 35 hits, 29 of which were singles with six doubles and 15 RBI, with 10 walks (second most on the team) and five ROE.
Barnes had a slugging percentage of .519 and an OBP of .506.
Addy Reynolds saw the second best batting average on the team, recording a .418, while having the second best on base percentage of .478 and the highest slugging percentage of .911.
Reynolds stood in the batters box 79 times, recording 40 runs on 33 hits and led the team in home runs with 10, while also scoring the most RBI with 26.
Reynolds was also walked the most of any Raiderette with 11.
Around the bases, the Raiderettes scored 178 runs on 322 total bases, while stealing an astounding 70-of-71 bases.
Reynolds led the team in all categories, scoring 40 runs on 72 total bases and stealing 29 bases on 30 attempts.
In the circle, the Raiderettes saw a total of three pitchers, with the majority of pitches coming from both Reynolds and Zoey Larsen, while eighth grader Kensie Barnes saw action in one game after injuries left the bullpen empty.
Reynolds saw the most action in the circle, pitching 112 innings and recording a record of 13-6, starting 19 games and playing in 22.
Reynolds recorded a WHIP of 1.07 and an ERA of 2.44.
In the 112 innings, Reynolds pitched 1,369 pitches and kept her opponents to a batting average of .212 while allowing 61 runs (39 earned) on 104 hits, while walking 16, hitting eight and striking out 93.
Larsen had a record of 4-4, starting nine games and playing in 13 and pitching 606 pitches in 42 innings.
Larsen recorded a WHIP of 1.48 and an ERA of 5.17.
Her opponents recorded an average of .250 and she allowed 40 runs (31 earned) on 48 hits while walking 14, hitting two batters and striking out 22.
Barnes, in her one game, threw eight pitches, allowed no hits, no runs and struck out one.
Behind the pitchers, the Raiderettes collected a fielding percentage of .933 and allowed 30 stolen bases, with three base-runners caught stealing.
The fielders had 458 put outs on 675 total chances with 172 assists and 45 errors.
Freshman Jaxy Knight saw the most action in the field and recorded a fielding percentage of .809, while recording 32 put outs on 89 total chances with 40 assists (tied for second), while committing 17 errors.
Payten Lambert recorded the highest fielding percentage on the team, the only Raiderette to go perfect on the season.
Lambert, the center-fielder, had 26 putouts on 28 total chances and had two assists.
The Raiderettes graduate seniors Addy Reynolds, Halsie Barnes and Payten Lambert.