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Trinity softball splits doubleheader against Our Lady of the Lake University

13 April 2018
Trinity softball splits doubleheader against Our Lady of the Lake University

"We've been giving up way too many runs in the first inning, so for her to come out and give us three scoreless innings and give her offense a chance to do something is a huge deal for us". Things were quiet in the fourth inning; then the Spartans found run three in the top of the fifth. Brandon Utrup scored the go-ahead run when he led off the inning with a double, advanced to third on a wild pitch and came home on a RBI groundout by Ryan Schrad.

Northeast won the opener 8-2 and the nightcap 9-3. Kaiti White, Layla Hattan, and Lyndee Spargur had key hits in the inning.

The second game saw the 'Cats build a 12-1 lead, then hold off a late Marauder rally to hang on for a 12-10 victory.

After an 0-15 campaign in 2017, the Panthers have one senior in pitcher Madison White to lead the rebuild. Sami Main and Sydney Golden combined to throw seven innings with just two earned runs allowed in the circle.

Ruble whiffed a dozen and walked three while scattering four hits. He finished the game with four strikeouts. The day was cold, but the Lady Lions' bats were hot, pounding out 13 hits in the five inning contest with five different Lady Lions having multiple hits. Reid had three hits, three RBIs and a pair of runs scored. After a single by Mitchell Pascarella brought Brinkley within 90 feet of another run, Snyder came through with his third hit of the game to score Brinkley.

Kaiti White (5-1) was the winning pitcher for Fairfield. Clifton was thrown out trying to stretch the hit into a double, but all the comotion allowed Rellergert to scamper home for the first run for the Indians, narrowing the deficit to 5-1.

The Blue Devils suffered their only loss last week at North Buncombe on Thursday, March 29.

Silver Creek recorded two quick outs in the seventh before Jack Brinkley walked.

With the regular season ending on March 21, the team can't help but be excited for tournament play.

Northlake Christian had no answer for Springfield center fielder Tabby Lobell, who went 5 for 5 with a pair of triples and a run driven in.

Kyra Wilson hit a walkoff single in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Class A No. 3 Frontier to a 5-4 win over visiting Pioneer in softball on Wednesday.

For Catholic head coach Tom Harvey, the outcome was all about "errors, along with inexperience".

"This was a tough loss". The Hawks added to the advantage with a solo home run in the second inning. "We hit the ball, they made mistakes and we capitalized on it".

"It's good when everyone on the team is loose with each other", Rocker said. It is never easy going on the road.

One of the reasons that Springfield coach Andy Bladyka thought that Crosby got a bit wilted at the end was because she missed a week of practice. "Our guys will bounce back", McGraw said. We do not call that as much with bases loaded. From the plate Webb connected on her sixth home run of the year. Senior Anna Dunn added a two-out, two-run home run to push the lead to six.

The Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers used the long ball in game one and a big seventh inning in game two to sweep the No. 8 ranked East Central Community College Lady Warrior softball team Sunday at the ECCC Softball Park in Decatur.