OTTAWA - The Wayne Trace Lady Raiders hit the road on Saturday to Putnam County and came home with a pair of victories over host Ottawa Glandorf in high school softball action.

Wayne Trace rolled to an 18-4 five-inning win in the opener of the day and then wrapped up the afternoon by defeating the Titans 11-2 in game two.

The Lady Raiders took control of game one in the opening frame, plating six runs in the top of the first.

After the Titans got one back in the home half of the inning, Wayne Trace scored three times in the second and third to expand the lead to 12-1 before cruising to the 18-4 victory.

Anne Eklund had two singles and a double to lead the red, white and blue in game one, scoring three times and driving in three runs as well.

Katie Doster posted a pair of singles and scored four runs along with driving in two runs. Libby Wenzlick added a single, double and three walks while scoring five times in the contest.

Emma Crosby recorded a single and two runs batted in with Meagan Speice picking up a single. Claire Sinn finished with three runs batted in as well for the Lady Raiders.

Madilyn Brigner got the win on the mound for Wayne Trace, tossing five innings giving up seven hits and four runs (two earned) while striking out four.

Ottawa Glandorf was led by Emma Ellerbrock with two singles and a double, picking up a run scored and a run batted in as well. Erica Annesser also had a pair of singles for the Lady Titans.

Game two saw the Titans go on top 2-0 in the bottom of the first but Wayne Trace responded.

The Raiders scored once in the second before adding four in the third and three more in the fourth in taking an 8-2 advantage.

Wayne Trace then closed out the scoring with a single run in the fifth before posting two more in the seventh as the Raiders wrapped up the 11-2 victory.

Olivia Egnor had a single and a double for the red, white and blue while Keagann Parrish posted two singles and scored twice.

Speice had a single and drew a pair of walks while scoring twice for the Lady Raiders. Eklund also recorded a single and scored three times for Wayne Trace.

Libby Wenzlick recorded a double for the red, white and blue while Emily Dyson and Claire Sinn finished with a single each.

Katelyn Yoder and Sydney Porinchok both recorded a pair of singles for Ottawa Glandorf and Annesser added a single as well.

Wenzlick picked up the game two victory on the mound for the Raiders, throwing seven innings surrendering five hits, two earned runs and six walks to go along with seven strikeouts.

“We played very well today in both games,” noted Raider head coach Amber Showalter. “The girls game over and we put together two solid games. We had some mistakes but, overall, I was very pleased with the effort today.”