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HS Softball Regional
Cards Are Regional Champs
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HS Softball Team Headed To
It took 9 innings for
anyone to score a run ... but Collinsville got in done in the 9th after Katie
Pellitier drew a 1-out walk and Hillary Brown's 2-out triple sent Katie to
the plate. Hillary scored later on a passed ball and the Cards held Claremore
Sequoyah in their half of the 9th for a 2-0 win. Kelli Dunagan pitched the
complete game and had lots of defensive help in the field.
Katie Pellitier hit a
near home home in the 2nd inning (about 6in from the top of the right field
wall) which set her up for walks in the 5th, 7th and 9th as she only got a
few pitches close enough to swing at after that 2nd inning swing. The Lady
Cards had the bases loaded in the 7th with 1 out but couldn't get a run across.
The Regional finals win
sends Collinsville to the State Tournament next week.
Pelletier rounds 3rd with the winning run on Hillary Brown's triple in the 9th
inning Thursday as Hillary is between 1st and 2nd.
Pelletier (#19) slows up at second base with a double after just missing the
top of the fence with a second inning shot.
Brown (#16) snagged this Claremore Sequoyah popup near the 1st base line with
right fielder Kayti Bryant (#18) backing her up.
|Kelli Dunagan (#11
above pitched a 9 inning shutout of Sequoyah but was nearly matched by
Claremore's pitcher (below) as the Lady Cards couldn't get a run across
until the 9th. Mandy Clark (#6 3rd baseman) for Sequoyah was on Collinsville's
roster last year.
Irvine and Davis both send signals to the Collinsville defense while the dugout
provides visual support with a line of yellow softballs and lots of shouting.
Although I didn't get a photo, I did see the "wave" in the stands
full of vocal students and friends.
Whisenhunt (#15) prepares to fire to 1st base for a put out on a ground ball.
Carney (#7) was a half step too late to score for the Cards in the 7th inning
as she was forced out at the plate with the bases loaded.