Softball split final two games of season

S o much for that record in close games.
The Whitehall varsity softball team picked up its second extra innings win in as many games in a 7-6 win over Bolton last Tuesday.
Oshen Beayon had two singles, including the game winning RBI in the tenth inning as Whitehall won its second game of the season.
Trailing 5-2, Whitehall scored three times in the seventh inning to force extra innings. After exchanging scoreless innings in the eighth and ninth, Bolton scored a single run in the tenth inning to take a 6-5 lead.
Whitehall, however, responded in the bottom half of the frame scratching across a run before Beayon came up and delivered the game winner.
Malia DeLorme allowed only six hits in 10 innings to pick up the win and Samantha Julius had two singles and an RBI.
Whitehall had struggled in close games earlier in this season but picked up two consecutive wins in extra innings to reverse that trend.
The Railroaders wrapped up their season last Wednesday in a 19-5 loss to Lake George.
The Warriors scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back, scoring in every inning except the fourth.
Whitehall got three runs in the second inning and added two more in the sixth but couldn’t get any closer.
Olvia Short and DeLorme had two singles apiece for Whitehall.
The Railroaders finished the season with a 2-8 record in the Adirondack League and a 4-8 record overall.

 

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