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Girls Softball – Tournament Game Reports

Sports 31 Aug, 2020 Follow News

Girls Softball group photo

Scotiabank Team

Scotiabank 15, Coldwell Banker 14

The CI Little League Girls Softball division began tournament play in Saturday, August 22nd, with Carmella Ylagan driving home two runs on the final hit of the game as Scotiabank defeated Coldwell Banker, 15-14.

Scotibank got off to a fast start, leading 6-1 after the first inning and 12-7 after two innings. Coldwell Banker showed great resilience by overcoming the deficit in their final turn at the plate to take a 14-12 lead going into the bottom of the third. Zhanna McDonald led off with a walk and Calissa Ylagan brought her home with a solid single. Later in the inning, with Calissa on third and Clara Ramos on second, Carmella lined her game winning hit to left field, scoring both runners.

Zhanna, Calissa and Clara each scored three runs for the winners, while Aleigha General had two. Carmella led the hitting attack with three RBI, while leadoff batter Shay Windsor had two RBI singles. Calissa had three singles and two RBI. Janey Veilleux contributed with a solid defensive play in centre field, stopping a hard grounder and making a perfect throw to second base.

For Coldwell Banker Annie Hawkins scored three runs, Kenia Rostran was on base all three times and had two RBI singles, and Renell Parchment drew three walks and scored twice.

Players of the Game:

Carmella Ylagan (Scotiabank): On base all three times, three RBI, game winning hit.

Calissa Ylagan (Scotiabank): Three singles, three runs scored, and two RBI.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

Coldwell Banker

1

6

7

14

Scotiabank

6

6

3

15

 

Scotiabank 15, Kirk Freeport 9

In Tuesday’s game, Clara Ramos had a night to remember at the plate, driving home a whopping eight runs in leading Scotiabank to a 15-9 victory over Kirk Freeport. With the win, Scotiabank clinched the tournament trophy after having clinched the regular season title the week before.

Clara was four for four at the plate, with two homers to left field, including a grand slam to put the game out of reach. She also scored four runs and made a fine catch on a line drive at third base. Shortstop Shay Windsor also had a superb game, fielding multiple grounders and making perfect throws to first or second base. She also was on base four times and matched Clara with four runs scored. Janey Veilleux, Nefe Moore and Zhanna McDonald added two runs apiece for Scotiabank.

Sofia Watler led the Kirk Freeport attack with a homer and a triple, driving in four runs and scoring twice. Leadoff batter Demae Lee was on base all three times and scored three runs. Keirsten McLaughlin, Ariyana Ebanks and Kris Maxine Aleria combined to turn an excellent double play.

Players of the Game:

Clara Ramos (Scotiabank): Four out of four batting, four runs scored, two homers including a grand slam, and eight RBIs!

Shay Windsor (Scotiabank): Outstanding defense at shortstop, with numerous plays made.

Sofia Watler (Kirk Freeport): Homer and a triple, four RBIs and two runs scored.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

Kirk Freeport

1

0

3

1

4

9

Scotiabank

3

3

4

5

15

 

Kirk Freeport 9, Coldwell Banker 4

In Wednesday’s game Kirk Freeport’s Ariyana Ebanks dominated on the mound and the team scored six runs in the first inning, cruising to a 9-4 victory over Coldwell Banker. Kirk Freeport secured second place for the season.

The first six Kirk Freeport batters reached base and scored in the top of the first, with Ariyan’s two run single being the key hit. Kris Maxine Aleria, McKenna Knapik, and Keirsten McLaughlin each scored twice for the victors. Jahzara Barnes contributed with a walk and an RBI double. Ariyana struck out eight batters and allowed just two hits in pitching a complete game for the win.

Kenia Rostran got both of the Coldwell Banker hits, with an RBI single and an RBI double. Aydis Rostran did well in her two innings of pitching, allowing just three runs while striking out three.

Player of the Game:

Ariyana Ebanks (Kirk Freeport): Winning pitcher, with eight strikeouts, just two hits allowed, and complete game victory.

Scoring by inning:

TEAM

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

TOTAL

Coldwell Banker

2

0

0

2

4

Kirk Freeport

6

0

3

9

 

On Saturday evening the girls played a fun game against the coaches and parents to wind up the season, and it fittingly ended in a 16-16 tie! After the game the Scotiabank girls received their first place trophies and individual awards were presented. Best sportsmanship awards went to Aleigha General (Scotiabank), Kris Maxine Aleria (Kirk Freeport) and Martina Watler (Coldwell Banker). Most improved players were Denae Alexander (Scotiabank), Juliana Bodden (Kirk Freeport) and Renell Parchment (Coldwell Banker).

Division Coordinator Jeremy Rice thanked all of the sponsors, umpires, coaches, field staff, players and parents for overcoming many obstacles to ensure that this season was finally completed after beginning in February! The girls will now take a break due to field renovations and will hopefully be able to resume training after Christmas in time for the Spring Season 2021! Any girls ages 11-17 interested in playing should e-mail cilla.girls.softball@gmail.com.


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