Tri-Village softball continues win streak at Franklin Monroe; softball replace

By Drew Terhall

DailyAdvocate.com

DARKE COUNTY — Listed below are the notable video games, scores and stats from the softball video games on April 20.

Tri-Village 10 (9-5, 5-2) at Franklin Monroe 1 (5-10, 2-4)

The Girl Patriots proceed their win streak with seven straight victories after a win at Franklin Monroe.

Tri-Village head coach Emily Osborne mentioned the crew has been hitting nice in the course of the profitable streak and it continued on this sport.

“We’ve been hitting currently, that was our momentum that we tried to maintain going with. Hitting and having Liz on the mound to no less than get us into the sport. It went from there,” Osborne mentioned.

The scoring began within the prime of the third inning because the Girl Patriots had bases loaded with one out. With a disciplined strategy on the plate, they scored a run after a success batter and drew a stroll to attain of their second run. Sophomore Lauren Porter drove two extra runs in on a single.

Franklin Monroe had possibilities to attain, however Tri-Village made performs to maintain the Girl Jets off the scoreboard. That included a triple play to get out of a bases loaded jam.

Franklin Monroe head coach Jared Morris mentioned he hasn’t been proud of how the crew has closed out video games of their losses and thinks it may very well be a maturity factor. After that triple play, the momentum was in favor of Tri-Village.

“The wheels fell and continued to fall off rapidly. That’s sort of the place we’re at. Each sport, we often have no less than one or two innings the place it simply will get dangerous. In most innings, we are able to maintain crew scoreless or no less than to 1 run and we are able to compete with that,” Morris mentioned.

Osborne mentioned the protection carried that momentum to the plate. The crew has been working exhausting on their protection from the beginning of the season. The exhausting work is beginning not solely present, however shine throughout this win streak.

“Our ladies have been working exhausting, even in our warmups. They wish to throw the ball as many occasions as they’ll,” Osborne mentioned.

After including a run within the fourth, Tri-Village scored two extra within the fifth. Senior Ashlyn Burk drove a run in and one other run scored after the batter was hit by a pitch. Later within the sport, senior Alyssa Begoon drove in a run.

After the highest of the sixth inning, Tri-Village was up 10-0. Franklin Monroe didn’t quit and scored a run within the sixth.

Freshman Alivia Addis led the inning off with a single. Ultimately, junior Joanie Corridor scored her in with a sacrifice groundout.

On the mound for the Girl Patriots, freshman Elizabeth Poling continues her spectacular freshman marketing campaign and closed out the sport. Poling completed the sport with eight strikeouts and allowed 5 hits.

For the Girl Jets, sophomore Lila Davis and senior Keihl Johnson mixed for 5 strikeouts.

Franklin Monroe will journey to Arcanum on April 25 for a 5 p.m. convention showdown. Tri-Village will host Fort Restoration on April 24 at 5 p.m. after which host Bradford on April 25 at 5 p.m.

Round Darke County:

Ansonia (10-4, 6-1) defeats Preble Shawnee, 15-1. Junior Kelsey Muhlenkamp had three RBI within the sport. Senior Kinsey Hartzell, junior Abby Kramer and freshman Ava Thatcher every had two RBI. Thatcher additionally had a three-hit day. On the mound, Kramer and freshman Abby Klingshirn mixed to permit one hit and 7 strikeouts. Ansonia will host Marion Native on April 24 at 5 p.m. and journey to Nationwide Path on April 25 at 5 p.m.

Arcanum (10-4, 7-0) cruised by Twin Valley South, 18-0. Senior Brooklyn Ullery had three hits and 4 RBI. Junior Haley Smith had three hits and two RBI whereas junior Emilie Fout had three hits and a RBI. Senior Reece Blinn, sophomore Kenzie Byrne and junior Ashlyn Miller every had two RBI. Byrne additionally hit a house run. Juniors Belle Harleman and Hannah Kendig mixed to permit one hit and had 4 strikeouts on the mound.

Bradford (5-6, 5-2) defeated Mississinawa Valley (1-12, 0-7), 17-0. The Girl Railroaders had 14 hits and scored 10 runs within the fourth inning. Bradford struck out 9 batters. For Mississinawa Valley, freshman Josslyne Thornhill had a success within the sport. The Girl Blackhawks will host Tri-County North on April 25 at 5 p.m. The Girl Railroaders will journey to Tri-Village on April 25 at 5 p.m.

Greenville (10-4, 7-1) defeated Northeastern 9-0 at residence. Freshman Kendall Cromwell had three hits and two RBI, together with two doubles. Sophomore Zoey Burns had two RBI as properly. Senior Kylie Hamm went all seven innings on the mound and allowed 4 hits with six strikeouts. The Girl Wave will journey to Piqua on April 24 at 5 p.m. after which will host Piqua on April 25 at 5 p.m.

Versailles (9-7, 2-2) defeated Brookville 10-4. The Girl Tigers scored three runs within the first inning after which scored seven runs within the fourth inning. The crew had 14 hits within the sport. The crew will play at Covington on April 24 at 5 p.m. after which host Coldwater on April 25 at 5 p.m.

Contact Day by day Advocate sports activities editor Drew Terhall at [email protected]

Originally posted 2023-04-21 02:21:06.


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