Herd softball stays undefeated in league after win over Eagles

Herd softball stays undefeated in league after win over Eagles

The Morehead State softball team split games on Wednesday afternoon with Marshall as they scored a 3-2 win and dropped a 3-0 decision at Dot Hicks Field.

Central (7-12) had won the past three meetings between the teams, all shutouts.

Russo took the winning pitcher.

The Panthers, facing Villanova-bound pitcher Sara Kennedy, decided not to sit back and wait for the right pitch to hit. And they beat them again in the Region 3 final, giving up a total of three runs in those three victories. "Our girls competed hard and had the lead most of the game, but we couldn't overcome a couple of defensive miscues and a questionable call".

Alexus Johnson finished with 2 RBIs for DMA (7-0), who will look to stay unbeaten when they host Red Lion Tuesday at 3:45. We're motivated and want to win bad.

The Bears built a commanding 7-0 lead after three innings of play.

The Stonehill College softball team tied up the series against Northeast-10 Conference divisional foe Franklin Pierce University on Saturday, April 14 at Bisaccia Softball Complex with a battle in a 1-0 loss and then a come-from-behind 6-4 victory in the second game. "Everything was working. We executed a hit-and-run and got a run off of that".

Dover got a hit in the bottom half, but saw its lone runner thrown out off a pick play.

"They kind of got out of hand", Roberts said. "We were so angry and upset after that circus of an inning". Quintana and Encinias hit back-to-back doubles, Lujan reached via error to drive in another run, and both Sanchez and Sandoval singled in runs to make it 9-4. "They kept on cheering".

"We made a big deal that this was a big game", he said.

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Senior Skye Metzer smashed a home run for EHHS, going 1 for 4 with a run scored and 3 RBIs.

Scoring in the fifth frame consisted of a Rigby RBI double, two RBIs from Terranova, and a two-run homer from Gabbert.

"We kicked all over the park", Boss said.

The Wildcats twice had bases loaded with two outs but couldn't deliver a knockout hit. "We struggled on the mound a little bit once we got later in the game".

Leading the way offensively for the Dragons was Haylee Luderman going 2-for-3 with a double, one RBI and three runs scored, while McKenna Johnson scored three runs with two hits and two RBI.

Dodson said Eshelman and Yerse, along with Riverside's Lamos, experienced their first varsity home runs in the game. "We had several of those". "We really hadn't been playing our best, but ever since (Thursday), we've been hitting really well".

Tied at 6-6 in the top of the sixth, Sonnon drew a walk to reach base, and advanced to second on a groundout from Stanford.

The Cougars stretched their lead to 6-2 in the third with Daugherty, Bland, Ball and Logan Haught all getting hits.

"(At the plate) I felt like we were just too timid, so we definitely want to come out stronger next week" said Wave first baseman Faith Vachon.

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