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Girls Softball – Game Reports

Sports 08 Mar, 2021 Follow News

Demae Lee, SOL Panthers

Aydis Rostran, SOL Pumas

SOL Pumas 7, SOL Panthers 6

CILLA Girls Softball featured yet another one-run game on Wednesday, March 3rd, as the SOL Pumas rallied late to defeat the SOL Panthers, 7-6, in a game that certainly could have gone either way.

Eowyn Hawkins walked and scored for the SOL Panthers in the top of the first, but the SOL Pumas made some good plays to get out of the inning. The SOL Panthers failed to score in the bottom of the first despite loading the bases, as SOL Panthers pitcher Sofia Watler struck out two batters.

The SOL Panthers were unable to score in the second inning as the SOL Pumas featured two good infield defensive plays and a strikeout by pitcher Aydis Rostran. Aydis walked to lead off the bottom of the second and she scored on a two out RBI single by Angelie Bodden. Angelie came around to score on a throwing error after Aleigha General reached base following a strikeout. Tracey Campbell reached on a fielding error and she and Aleigha both scored later in the inning.

The SOL Panthers stormed back with five runs in the top of the third to take a 6-4 lead. Eowyn, McKenna Knapik and Avah Connors all walked and scored to lead off the inning. After two batters struck out, Keirsten McLaughlin walked and Demae Lee reached on an error. They both scored later in the inning.

In the bottom of the third Lindsay Bodden singled and scored a loan run for the SOL Pumas in an inning which saw McKenna start a great 3-6 double play for the SOL Panthers.

The SOL Panthers were unable to score in their final at bat, setting the stage for a SOL Pumas comeback. Angelie and Aleigha each walked to start the inning and advanced to second and third on a passed ball. Tracey also walked, and Angelie scored on the play as the ball got past the catcher. Less than a minute later, Aleigha scored in identical fashion for the walk off victory.

The game ball was presented to SOL Panthers coach Tania Knapik for her great enthusiasm and encouragement.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

SOL Panthers

1

0

5

0

6

SOL Pumas

0

4

1

2

7

 

SOL Jaguars 13, SOL Panthers 10

The Saturday, March 6th game saw the SOL Panthers and SOL Jaguars battle back and forth, until the SOL Jaguars eventually prevailed, 13-10, after scoring six runs in the final inning.

The SOL Panthers started off with some big hits as Demae Lee led off with a single and reached third on a fielding error. McKenna Knapik followed with an RBI single and Eowyn Hawkins drew a walk. Stephanie Menko stepped up and blasted a monster three run homer to the right field corner. The SOL Jaguars settled down to get three quick outs, with pitcher Withney Jackson striking out two batters.

The SOL Jaguars bounced back with three runs. Rio Windsor and Janey Veilleux walked to start the inning and Shay Windsor followed with an RBI double. Shay scored the third run before the SOL Panthers made some good plays and got three defensive outs to end the inning.

The SOL Panthers didn’t score in the second inning as pitcher Zhanna McDonald was in full command of the strike zone. In the bottom of the second the SOL Jaguars took a 5-4 lead as Diamond Chambers and Zhanna both singled and scored, with Rio getting a key RBI hit up the middle. The inning ended as Shay was robbed of a potential homer by a terrific running catch by right fielder Hannah Bodden of the SOL Panthers, who was immediately embraced by her teammates. The SOL Panthers reclaimed the lead with a three run third. Eowyn singled with one out and Stephanie reached on a fielder’s choice. Sofia drew a walk and Keirsten and Lili Aleria also walked. A passed ball and some good base running allowed Eowyn, Stephanie and Sofia to score before pitcher Clara Ramos got an important strikeout to end the inning. The SOL Jaguars got two runs in the bottom of the third to tie the score at 7-7. Clara singled and Madison Malice struck out but she reached on a throwing error. After two outs Hanna Jackson singled and Renell Parchment followed with a big two run double past second base, scoring Madison and Hanna.

In the final inning the SOL Panthers got three runs to take a 10-7 lead. Demae, McKenna and Stephanie all singled and scored, aided by good base running and an RBI walk to Sofia.

In the bottom of the fourth the SOL Jaguars tallied six runs to take the victory. Zhanna, Rio, Janey, Shay, Clara, and Madison all scored, with several singles, a couple of walks, and a homer by Shay.

Hannah Bodden was presented with the game ball for her outstanding catch in the second inning.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

SOL Panthers

4

0

3

3

10

SOL Jaguars

3

2

2

6

13

 

Current Standings:

TEAM

Won

Lost

Tied

RF

RA

GB

SOL Pumas

5

1

0

61

66

0

SOL Jaguars

3

3

1

79

79

2

SOL Panthers

1

5

1

76

71

4

 


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