Errors cost the Fort Calhoun softball team Tuesday as it lost two games during a triangular in Weeping Water.

The Pioneers had five errors in a 11-1 loss to Cass County Central before totaling 12 in a 13-4 loss to Wahoo. The two defeats dropped coach Ginger Appel's team to 0-4 this season.

Against Cass County, Fort Calhoun senior Kennedy Bradburn led her team with two hits and an RBI. Mackenzie Hansen added two quality at-bats, while Kinlsey Wimer tallied two strikeouts while in the pitching circle.

Later that night, Wimer had two hits and two RBIs against the Warriors. Bradburn threw two strikeout pitches, but Wahoo led 8-0 after two innings and never looked back.

After Thursday's game against Syracuse, the Pioneers will next compete Saturday at the Blair Invitational.

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