Most county fast pitch teams are just breaking even

April 13th, 2006    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Amelia defeated New Richmond 2-1. The Blue and White took Winton Woods 11-7 with Chelsea Ehemann earning the win on the mound. Kelly Madigan had three hits and three stolen bases, Madden two hits and three RBI, Julie Ell two hits, three runs scored, five stolen bases, and two RBI, Jen Demetro two hits, runs scored, and RBI, Alex Decker two runs and two RBI, and Boeh two RBI and four steals. The Barons were swept by Mason 10-0 (five innings) and 13-1 (five innings). Kalen Deardorff and Ehemann were the losing pitchers in the respective games. Anderson took two 3-1 and 15-8. Deardorff and Ehemann were again the losing hurlers. In the first loss to the Redskins Julie Ell had three hits and Jen Demetro two and in the second loss Ell homered among her three hits and scored three times; Demetro, Boch, and Rachel Hays had two hits each. Western Brown beat the Blue and White 10-0.

Batavia shutout Georgetown 7-0. East Clinton was downed 8-1 behind Jamie Bare

Williamsburg freshman pitcher Kelsi Hall made a milestone achievement by tossing one-hitters in her first two games. The Wildcats
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