By Cara L. Dempski
The last time the Lady Vikings took the field, they looked sluggish and slow, devoid of their usual energy and pep, and it ended in a loss at Glenwood City.
Just days later the Colfax girls appeared to play much the same way they did against the Hilltoppers for a May 8 home game against Plum City. It was not until the sixth inning that the Viking softball team finally rounded a corner.
The Colfax ladies came from behind in the game to upend the Blue Devils 11-6.
The Lady Vikings then welcomed the Mondovi team to its home field May 9. The team struggled initially against the Lady Buffaloes, but earned a walk-off win in the seventh to move to 8-6 and fifth place in the Dunn-St. Croix.
Colfax ended its week with a May 11 road trip to its long-time rival, Elk Mound, where it lost 4-2.
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