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Softball - Sat, Apr. 15, 2017

Georgetown College softball split day two with University of Pikeville. The Tigers (31-12, 14-7) used five runs in the third to put game one away, 6-3, but the Bears roared to life to avoid the sweep in game four. The host team hit four home runs and won 11-4.

Two bunts and a walk loaded the bases in the top of the third of game one and the flood gates opened. GC scored five runs on six hits and no UPike (15-27, 7-17) errors. Chaselyn Allgeier led the way with 3-for-3 with a run scored, while Kara Howard went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Chelsae Osborn had a two-RBI double in the third for her lone hit of the game.

Audrey Dodd got the win, going six and third innings while scattering five hits and striking out six. Hannah Morton earned the save by recording the final two outs as a couple of hits and an error put two runs across with one out.

It was all Pikeville in game two, scoring eight runs combine in the second, third and fourth innings and then added three more for good measure in the sixth.

GC tried to keep pace, taking an early lead with three runs in the top of the second and added one in the top of the fourth to be down 6-4 at that point.

Georgetown returns to action 2 pm Tuesday hosting Lindsey Wilson College for the team's final Mid-South Conference games of the season.


 

 
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