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Girls Softball – Game Reports

Sports 01 Mar, 2021 Follow News

SOL Panthers and SOL Jaguars

SOL Jaguars 12, SOL Panthers 11

CILLA Girls Softball featured a third straight one-run game on Wednesday, February 24th as the SOL Jaguars withstood a furious final inning rally by the SOL Panthers, to win 12-11.

The SOL Jaguars scored three runs in the first. Janey Veilleux walked with one out and Shay Windsor followed with a two run homer to right centre. Clara Ramos scored the third run after reaching on a fielder’s choice and sprinting home on a passed ball.

The SOL Panthers responded with six runs in their first at-bat. Keirsten McLaughlin, McKenna Knapik, Stephanie Menko, Sofia Watler, Lili Aleria and Natalia Bent all crossed the plate, taking advantage of four walks along with a clutch RBI single by Sofia and a sacrifice fly by Demae Lee.

The SOL Jaguars got four more runs in the top of the second. After consecutive singles by Valentina Bustos, Rio Windsor, and Janey, Shay brought them all home with a grand slam homer to centre field, giving her six RBIs for the game.

The SOL Panthers got a run back in the second to tie the game at 7-7, with McKenna scoring her second run of the night.

In the third the SOL Jaguars tallied two more runs as Renell Parchment and Juliana Bodden both singled and scored later in the inning. The SOL Panthers failed to score in the third as Clara, now pitching, got three straight outs to retire the side.

In the decisive fourth inning the SOL Jaguars got three runs as Shay, Madison Malice and Renell scored to make it 12-7.

The SOL Panthers did not go quietly, however. In their final turn, Hannah Bodden walked and scored in a RBI fielder’s choice by Stephanie. McKenna, Stephanie and Sofia all reached via fielder’s choice or base hit, and all three came around to score as the inning progressed. With runners on second and third, and the game on the line, Clara induced a grounder and the SOL Jaguars got the final out as the potential tying run was caught between home and third.

Shay was presented with the game ball for her outstanding hitting and base-running, and she also made a good catch in the outfield.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

SOL Jaguars

3

4

2

3

12

SOL Panthers

6

1

0

4

11

 

SOL Pumas 15, SOL Jaguars 9

The Saturday, February 27th game saw the first place SOL Pumas build up an early lead, led by Kenia Rostran’s impressive hitting, as they defeated the SOL Jaguars, 15-9.

Leila Dixon, Lindsday Bodden, Kenia, and Jeliyah McLean scored in the top of the first for the SOL Pumas, with a two run single by Aydis Rostran being the key hit in the inning. The SOL Jaguars were retired quickly in their turn at the plate, with infielders Aleigha General and DeShae Cann making good defensive plays.

The SOL Pumas extended their lead to 10-0 in the second inning, with Jialy Archbold-McLaughlin, Aleigha, Leila, Lindsay, Kenia and Jeliyah all crossing the plate. The big hits in the inning were RBI singles by Angelie Bodden, sister Lindsay, and an RBI double by Kenia.

The SOL Jaguars finally came to life in the bottom of the second, with Janey Veilleux, Juliana Bodden and Valentina Bustos all scoring, aided by singles by Zhanna McDonald and Clara Ramos.

The SOL Pumas added one run in the third as Aydis doubled and scored on a single by Stefany Martinez.

The SOL Jaguars stormed back with six runs to make it 11-9. They took advantage of six walks and Clara Ramos had a huge two run double to left field to close out the inning. Madi Malice, Renell Parchment, Diamond Chambers, Withney Jackson, Aiyana Barnes and Shay Windsor all tallied runs.

The SOL Pumas responded with four runs in the top of the fourth, with Leila, Lindsay, Kenia and Aydis all scoring. Lindsay and Kenia each had RBI doubles in the inning.

Despite loading the bases in their final at bat, the SOL Jaguars were unable to score, leaving the final score at 15-9.

Kenia was awarded the game ball after her three hits, three runs scored, and three RBIs. Honourable mention goes to Aleigha, who had an outstanding defensive game at 1B.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

SOL Pumas

4

6

1

4

15

SOL Jaguars

0

3

6

0

9

 

Current Standings:

TEAM

Won

Lost

Tied

RF

RA

GB

SOL Pumas

4

1

0

54

60

0

SOL Jaguars

2

3

1

66

69

2

SOL Panthers

1

3

1

60

51

2.5

 


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