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Girls Softball – Playoffs Report

Sports 30 May, 2023 Follow News

Coldwell Banker - Eowyn

Coldwell Banker - Jialy

Coldwell Banker - Maya

Coldwell Banker - Raegan

Digicel - Coco

Digicel - Eve

Digicel - Rio

Digicel - Tracey

Coldwell Banker 15 Logic 12

The Girls Softball playoffs got underway on May 24th as 1st place Coldwell Banker held off a spirited Logic team, 15-12. Coldwell Banker led 12-7 after two innings, but Logic rallied to tie the score in the middle of the 3rd. Coldwell Banker kept their composure and scored three runs in the bottom of the inning to secure the victory.

Maya Willis, Janey Veilleux, Raegan Jefferson, Eowyn Hawkins and Jialy Archbold-McLaughlin scored two runs each for the victors, who advance to the championship game. Ewoyn had a single, a double, and 3 RBIs, while Jialy also had a single, a double, and 3 RBIs to lead the hitting attack for Coldwell Banker. Eowyn struck out four batters during her two innings of pitching, and Daniela Del Risco made a couple of good defensive plays at second base.

Lili Aleria scored three runs for Logic, and she had a grand slam homer to right field during a five-run third inning. She finished with 5 RBIs on the night. Avah Connors had a 2 RBI triple and a double. Jeliyah McLean, Hristina Nachev, and Hanna Jackson scored two runs each. As it was the final game of the season for Logic the players were presented with their medals after the game.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4rd

TOTAL

Logic

4

3

5

-

12

Coldwell Banker

6

6

3

-

15

 

Digicel 11 Kirk Freeport 7

On Saturday evening, 2nd seeded Digicel jumped out to an early 9-3 lead, then held off a late rally to outlast Kirk Freeport, 11-7.

Coco Windsor and Tracey Campbell tallied three runs apiece for Digicel, who scored four runs in the 1st and five runs in the 2nd. Tracey also had a key RBI single and she pitched all five innings for the win, striking out four and making some excellent defensive plays on the mound, including the final out of the game. Rio Windsor chipped in with two runs after reaching base three times. Coco and Rio also teamed up for an important play in throwing out a runner at the plate. Renee Bryan contributed with 2 RBIs and Cosette Brendel had an RBI single. The Digicel team used their speed to their advantage, stealing several bases or advancing on passed balls.

Kirk Freeport was missing a couple of players, but they still put up a very spirited effort. Nelly Hayles had a single, a double and 4 RBIs, while Kenia Rostran-Martin had three singles and two runs scored. Kenia also turned an unassisted double play. Daniella Heard was on base twice and gave a solid performance while pitching for the first time this season. Unfortunately, four key errors and a few too many walks thwarted their chances at victory. The Kirk Freeport girls received their medals following the contest.

Coldwell Banker will take on Digicel in the championship game on Thursday, June 1st at 6:45 pm.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4rd

5rd

TOTAL

Kirk Freeport

3

0

3

1

0

7

Digicel

4

5

2

0

-

11

 

The public are reminded that Little League’s fundraising raffle is back, with a grand prize this year of a whopping CI$100,000! There are also ten $1000 prizes, and the drawing will take place on June 10th. Tickets may be purchased online at www.littleleague.ky or by visiting the Field of Dreams on Fairbanks Road.


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