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CHS Softball
August 29-30, 2005
19 Inning Marathon at Skiatook
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Debi Whisenhunt

Skiatook's freshman pitcher (shown in this Aug. 22nd photo at Collinsville) pitched all 19 innings at Skiatook Aug. 30th.

We had two close games so far this week on the road. Monday we played at Oologah and won 1-0. Our only score occurred in the seventh inning on an error. With one out Kayti Bryant got a base hit. Abby Miller was put in to pinch run for Bryant. Lindsay Dawson's sacrifice bunt moved Miller to second. Amanda Bolien's hit came off shortstops glove and went out towards center field allowing Miller to come home for the only score of the game.

Last night's game with Skiatook went 19 innings. The Lady Cardinals played for 4 hours in the 4-3 win over Skiatook. Kelli Dunagan started the game but came out after the 4th inning. Abby Miller pitched 15 innings to pick up her second varsity win. The Lady Cardinals scored in the 1st inning when Taylor Whisenhunt got a lead off single and Jordan Perkins' slap hit moved her to second. Rebyl Richardson got a double to left/center scoring Whisenhunt. Skiatook tied up the game in the 5th inning. It was a tough defensive game for both teams for the next 13 innings. Skiatook had only 6 strikeouts the entire game, which left a total of 51 defensive plays made by the Lady Cardinals. In the top of the 19th inning with two outs Amanda Bolien got on base with an error. Danielle Kern walked bringing Taylor Whisenhunt to the plate. Whisenhunt was intentionally walked loading up the bases. Kelli Dunagan was re-entered to hit for Miller. Dunagan hit a line drive to the fence for a double clearing the bases to bring the score 4-1. Our next batter grounded out to the pitcher. Miller was re-entered to finish pitching the game. Skiatook wasn't ready to give up. They got a lead off single and then we got the next two batters out. Their next batter got hit by a pitch and then another base hit loaded up the bases. Their four-hole hitter got a base hit scoring one run and a walk by the next batter brought them within one run of tying up the score with bases still loaded. The final out was made when Skiatook's pitcher popped up to Abby Miller who made the catch making the final 4-3. The pitcher for Skiatook was the freshman pitcher who got hit in the forehead by the line drive when they came to Collinsville. She pitched the entire 19 innings and did a great job for Skiatook.

-- Debi Whisenhunt

Beat Oologah 1-0 Aug 29th then Skiatook 4-3 Aug 30th
Abby Miller (shown in this Aug. 5th photo) pitched 15 innings at Skiatook Tuesday in a 19 inning 4-3 victory.