The Bitburg Lady Barons, who honored their late teacher David Turner by dedicating Saturday’s softball doubleheader to his memory, swept visiting AFNORTH 15-0 and 21-6.

Game 1 winning pitcher Kelsey Wilson and Game 2 winner Ana Guiterrez each limited AFNORTH to a single hit in leading the Lady Barons, some of whom were on the cross country team Turner coached shortly before his death in September.

Wilson, 3-for-3 at the plate, struck out three in the opener, according to Bitburg coach Daniel Vasquez. She was backed by the bat of second baseman Valerie Ruemele, who also went 3-for-3 and drove in five runs.

Guitierrez was 4-for-4 at the plate in the nightcap. She gave way to Wilson, who struck out the final three batters of the game, in the final inning. Wilson drove in five runs, going 3-for-5.

In other softball action Saturday:

Kaiserslautern 17-16, Baumholder 4-4: At Baumholder, Lisa Domingo, Tina Mamer and Kaylin Hesler each stroked first-game home runs to pace the Lady Raiders and make a winner of pitcher Kat Jastrab.

Hesler and Mamer returned in the nightcap to club two homers each, and Domingo and Amy Trostle combined on a two-hitter. Kaiserslautern, which downed Patch 15-0 and 25-10 on Thursday, improved to 9-1.

Domingo pitched a no-hitter in Thursday’s opener, fanning six. Trostle picked up the victory in the second game as the Lady Raiders rallied from a 10-3 deficit, spurred by a 2-for-3 outing by Sydney Moner.

Patch 23-14, Mannheim 4-11: At Stuttgart, Angel Roman and Anne Wasson claimed the pitching victories as the Lady Panthers evened their record at 3-3.

Roman allowed no hits in going the three-inning distance in the opener. She struck out two and walked four.

Moner stroked a two-run homer in the romp and Rachel Alessi and Mariel Beesting each doubled. Wasson, who went 3-for-4 and homered, allowed just two hits in her four innings of work in the second game.

Alexa Lazaar picked up the save with one inning of no-hit ball to close things out.

Roman doubled and went 2-for-3 while Alessi was 4-for-4 at the plate.

Heidelberg 19-12, Wiesbaden 4-0: At Heidelberg, the Lions improved to 5-1 with the sweep.

Courtney Milton went 3-for-3 and drove in five runs to make a winner of Missy Guelle in the opener; Briann Joyner struck out 10 in the nightcap.

Caitlin Donnelly, who drove in two runs in the opener, went 3-for-4 and drove in two more runs in the nightcap.

Ramstein 11, Hohenfels 0: At Vilseck, winning pitcher Maddie Byrd struck out 13 and walked just three in pitching a no-hitter. She also went 3-for-3 at the plate.

Later her teammate Charnel Austin was 2-for-3 as the Lady Royals turned things over to their JV squad, which pinned an 18-2 defeat on the Lady Tigers. Brianna Day had eight strikeouts for the JV team.

Ramstein 25, Vilseck 0: Also at Vilseck, Lindsey Jones went 5-for-5 at the plate and no-hit her hosts. She walked none and struck out eight in sending the Falcons to 0-4. Ramstein’s JV also downed Vilseck 17-1.

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