Georgetown News
Softball - Sat, Apr. 18, 2015

Georgetown College softball was on a hitting on streak, but facing No. 8 Campbellsville struggled to find any offense. Day two against the Mid-South Conference foe, GC managed just nine total hits in two games and stranded 11 runners. Campbellsville finished the season sweep with 10-0 and 7-2 wins Saturday.

Three home runs did a lot of the damage in game one. In the bottom of the first, it was back-to-back solo shots to put the home team up for good. Then in the bottom of the fourth, Markie Smith hit a grand slam to break the game open.

Kayla Williams went three innings and Jessica Claxton worked in relief for one.

Chaselyn Allgeier, Cassidy Taylor and Sandy Young each had a hit.

Game two, GC stranded seven runners and tallied six hits. Campbellsville scored multiple runs in fourth and sixth innings to hold a 7-0 lead. Georgetown (14-14, 11-11) showed its fight by battling for two runs in the seventh.

Rachel Simms started with a single. Marissa Massie walked and Katie Young reached on an error. Simms scored on the error and a batter later Massie scored on Chelsae Osborn's single.

Georgetown returns to action 3 pm Tuesday hosting No. 9 Lindsey Wilson College.

 
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