The Lansing softball, baseball and soccer teams all saw action Monday.
The softball team hosted De Soto in a doubleheader originally scheduled for April 30 before weather delayed the game until Monday.
The Lions rolled past the Wildcats with a 10-0 win in game one.
Lansing was led by Bradi Basler’s shutout game pitching. The senior allowed two hits and no runs in six innings with eight strikeouts.
The Lions relied on a big fifth inning when the team scored five runs with Brooke Gilfert, Riley Phillips, Shannon Jessup and Katie Gray all recording RBI in the inning.
Phillips led the Lions with two hits in her four at-bats.
Caroline Crawford led the team with three stolen bases as the team recorded seven steals. Lansing did not record a single error in the field.
The Lions jumped up 2-0 in the second game before weather called the game early.
Lions head coach Rachel Milnark said she doesn’t expect the rest of game two to be made up.
The Lions will find out their regional seeding and opponent Wednesday morning.
The Lansing baseball team hosted Shawnee Heights Monday in a game rescheduled from March 28.
The Thunderbirds would win 2-1 in a game shortened by rain.
Lions coach Michael Basler thought it was a good game by the Lions that got shortened by the weather.
“Thought our guys were playing well,” Basler said. “We were putting together good at-bats and innings as the game wore on. Tough to not see that one get finished with all that was on the line.”
The Lions were led by Peyton Basler’s two hits on the day. Basler also scored the lone run for Lansing in the first. Dakota Sill, Caleb Adams and Jayden Raymond each had one hit.
Adams started the game on the mound. In two innings, Adams allowed three hits and two runs. Bryce Turner came in for relief and allowed one hit and two strikeouts in the final 3.2 innings.
Lansing was set to host Bishop Ward in a doubleheader Tuesday before weather postponed the game.
The Lions will find out their regional opponent on Wednesday.
The Lansing soccer team hosted Blue Valley Southwest in a game rescheduled from April 26.
The Lions would fall 10-0.
Lansing is scheduled to return to action Wednesday when they host De Soto in a game rescheduled from April 25. The Lions will then travel to Basehor-Linwood Thursday and will host Shawnee Heights on Friday in a game rescheduled from April 30.