Flyball pg 9 5-11-17

By Ryan Rumrill
Town Crier Sportswriter
The Tigers came into the last inning down three runs and got together as a team and rallied for four runs in the seventh inning to pull out a 7-6 victory in the ECC Div. 3 conference game against Wheeler. Emily Vincent came across home plate to secure the victory, but leading up to that they scored a run and then a throwing error allowed two more runs which tied it up. That’s when Stephanie Daly hit a fly ball to the outfield which brought Emily Vincent in to score. Vincent had three hits in four at bats with a triple, RBI and scored three runs for the Tigers, to move to their eighth win and a 8-5 record on the year, and 4-3 in the ECC games. 
Pomfret 9
Cushing Academy 8
The Griffins pull away with a close victory over the Cushing Academy team where they won on a hit that came from Kat LeFebre which scored Grayson Banker in the last inning as the whole team rallied in the game being down by six runs before coming back to their third win of the year now 3-3. 
Deerfield Academy 9
Marianapolis 6
The Golden Knights were in a close game against Deerfield when Madison Bodreau hit a homerun in the sixth inning which cut the lead to a one-run game, but the Golden Knights allowed two runs to score in the final frame and could not do the same as they fell 9-6.
Woodstock Academy 20
Ledyard 5 (5)
The Centaurs were led by Jordyn Staveski who went a perfect 5-for-5 with a triple, scoring four runs for Woodstock and four RBIs for the Centaurs. In the game, every Woodstock Academy player recorded at least one hit, but Julianna Nuttall went 3-for-4 with a double and scored three runs. Woodstock moves their record to 6-7 on the season. Madison Sanborn had a triple and scored two runs for Ledyard, who move to (5-9).
Putnam 14
Holy Family 0
Putnam 17
Holy Family 2
The Clippers faced off against the Holy Family Marists in back-to-back double header and the Clippers ended up taking both games against the Marists. The Clippers scored multiple runs every inning to take two wins on the day and move their record to five wins and six losses on the year, and 4-2 in CSC East play. In the first game, Kionna Hazzard was in the circle for the Clippers and she went the distance throwing a complete game and struck out seven batters and only gave up one hit. In the second game, Kira Clinkscale also threw a complete game, where she finished with six strikeouts and only allowed two hits for Putnam. 
Tourtellotte 9
St. Bernard 7
The Tourtellotte Tigers were led by Lauren Ramos who hit a three-run home run during a seven-run third inning to lead Tourtellotte past St. Bernard in the conference matchup. Tourtellotte also got contributions from Savannah Burnham, who hit a two-run double during the rally for the Tigers who move their record to (7-5, 3-3). As for St. Bernard, Sophie Nelson went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer for the Saints who are now (6-5, 3-4) on the season.
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