Softball team wraps up season

G ranville’s softball team lost a heartbreaker to Cambridge Monday night.
The Indians scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on in the seventh inning to defeat Granville 11-10.
Cambridge, which entered the game winless in 13 chances this season, came out intent on picking up its first win of the season, scoring four runs in the bottom of the first inning.
Granville answered right back in the top of the second inning to cut the lead to two. The Indians, however, continued to add to their lead scratching out a run in the fourth inning to take a 5-2 lead.
Granville began to mount a comeback, scoring five times in the fifth inning to tie the game at 7-7. Cambridge scored twice in the bottom half of the inning to take a 9-7 lead but Granville once again fought back, scoring three times in the sixth inning to take a 10-9 lead.
The lead, however, wouldn’t hold up as Cambridge scored twice in the sixth inning and held on for the win.
The game was the culmination of a difficult three-game stretch which saw Granville held to a single run in its previous two contests leading up to the Cambridge game.
Last Thursday Granville was limited to a single run in a 14-1 loss to Stillwater.
The Indians scored in every inning and Taylor Moore held Granville to five hits.
The Warriors jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning and scored four times in the second inning take a 5-0 lead and they never looked back.
Jen Roberts had two singles for Granville.
The previous day Granville was held scoreless in a 14-0 loss to Tamarac.
The Bengals’ Briana Matazinsky struck out 12 batters in a winning effort.
Tamarac scored three times in the first inning and scored in every inning except the third.
Jordan Harrison had two hits and reached base three times for Granville.
With the losses, Granville finishes the season with a 1-13 record in the Wasaren League and a 1-14 record overall.

 

 

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