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The Moorpark College softball team are breaking down the huddle after finishing up their practice routine

MH - Adler (L, 4-12-15-11-1).

Meanwhile, Barnesville head coach Leslie Skinner said her team needs to let the loss go and get ready for the next game. "We struck out 13 times", Bass continued.

The Lady Aggies will square off with Good Hope at 3 p.m. on today for a chance to play for the title against West Point at 4:30.

Facing a talented team and a good pitcher in Kingston's Emily Workman undoubtedly played a role in the Lady Lions' slow start offensively.

Abby O'Shields hurled three innings of no-hit ball before turning the circle over to Izzy Alley, who allowed the lone hit in the game for Seaford. This barrage of runs began in the first inning after two RBI doubles, a single and a sacrifice fly, which finally ended with a bases-loaded walk.

Middlebury battled back, scoring two runs in both the fourth and fifth innings to cut the lead to 5-4. A one-out walk would come around to score on an error. "And then Baker had got us going with a hit and it just started adding on and hitting was contagious and we all just got in and had fun".

Walker and Reagan Eaves had two hits apiece for the Titans (4-4), while Fox earned the victory. The Cardinals are 4-2 overall.

St. Francis battled until the end, scoring two runs in the seventh, but it was not enough as Denhart forced a ground out to put the game away. "This was a big game for us", Montgomery coach Mike Malvino said. "It just didn't make up for making the mistakes we made out there". "Everything was working. We executed a hit-and-run and got a run off of that".

Dripping Springs' pitcher Logan Hulon got the win on March 20 in a 14-1 victory over visiting Medina Valley.

Manchester returns to action on Thursday when they host Peebles. The game is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. (PDT) and is taking place at George Fox University.

The Cloverdale offense had just one hit, a single by senior Haiden Herbert in the fifth inning.

Both teams scored a run in the first, but Upperman took the first real lead with an unanswered run in the third to go up 2-1. Brayden Johnson got the win; Johnson had two strikeouts, and allowed no hits and no walks in his 1 2/3 innings pitched.

"York put in a kid who throws a bunch of curve balls, and he kept us off balance for a bit".

"I still think we've got more to offer", said Womack.

UMD will resume conference play this weekend with a three-game home series vs. Indiana.

Freshman Hannah Eslick then delivered in a pivotal at bat, knocking a two-RBI single to give the Terps a 3-2 lead.

Robertson County was able to muster up just two hits by Breanna Green and Molly Hester.

Sophomore Hayley Clark added two RBIs.

The other way, after striking out four through 3 1/3 no-hit innings, Brewer allowed a single, but her defense was there to pick her up. They host the Bulldogs of Princeton on Thursday.

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