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Chelsae Osborn doubled to score Chaselyn Allgeier in the top of the first, the winning run in the semifinals of the Mid-South Conference tournament consolation bracket Saturday evening at Michael O. Buchanon Park.
Hannah Morton pitched a gem against Campbellsville University, scattering eight hits and striking out one in a complete game shutout win, 4-0. Her offense provided the insurance runs in the top of the fifth.
Georgetown took control of the game with three runs, taking advantage of two errors and a couple of other ground balls where an out was not recorded.
Chaselyn Allgeier's single up the middle scored Hannah Howes with the winning run, giving Georgetown College a 5-4 victory in eight innings over Shawnee State in an elimination game of the Mid-South Conference Softball Championships here Saturday morning.
Georgetown stays alive in the loser's bracket and plays again Saturday at 4 p.m. against the winner of Campbellsville University and the University of Pikeville.
Howes drew a two-out walk and Cassidy Janes singled to right before Allgeier's grounder through the middle got past the pitcher and into centerfield. Howes scored easily on the play, ending what was an ugly game for the Tigers, who pounded out 14 hits but stranded nine baserunners and committed four errors, leading to all four Shawnee State (24-24) runs.
Georgetown College scored a pair of unearned runs in the fifth to take the lead and Hannah Morton settled down after a rough first inning to get the victory in the circle, helping the Tigers to a 5-3 win over Cumberland University in an elimination game of the Mid-South Conference Softball Championships here Friday afternoon at Michael O. Buchanon Park.
Georgetown (33-13) advances to take on Shawnee State in another elimination game on Saturday at 11 a.m. Central Time, while Cumberland ends its season with the loss.
Morton (11-2) allowed two runs in the first inning but escaped without further damage after the Phoenix (17-33-1) loaded the bases with no outs. The righthander gave up just two hits over the next five innings while her teammates chipped away and eventually took the lead. She allowed three runs on seven hits with two walks and six strikeouts.
Kaylee James doubled down the rightfield line to score the go-ahead run in the top of the 11th and the University of the Cumberlands posted a 5-4 victory over Georgetown College in the opening game of the Mid-South Conference Softball Championships here Friday morning at Michael O. Buchanon Park.
The Cumberlands (16-32) advances to take on Campbellsville University at 5 p.m. on Friday while Georgetown College falls into loser's bracket to face Cumberland University, also at 5 p.m.
Pinch-hitter Amber Hiller reached on an error with one out in the 11th and went to second on a bunt by Cassandra Johnson. James then lined a double down the rightfield line, scoring pinch-runner Elisa Mauldin with the winning run.
Georgetown College softball opens Mid-South Conference play 2 pm EST in Bowling Green, Ky. against University of the Cumberlands. The Tigers (32-12) will then play a to-be-determined opponent at 6 pm EST based on the results of everyone's first round in the double-elimination tournament.
Thursday evening, though, all seven teams took a moment to honor the collective good season for the league with the annual banquet.
GC had eight young ladies earn all-conference honors and another earn Gold Glove recognition for the best fielding percentage at her specific fielding position.