Kendall Klochack pitched a perfect game over Midland Dow with a score of 14-0 with Ally Whitt behind the plate. LaNya Bates drove in several runs going 3 for 3 at bats including a home run in the fourth inning. Our big hitters for the game was Klochack, Bates, Katie Ragsdale, and Brie Broderick.
Abby Whitt took the mound in our second game for the loss 12-13. We struggled the first few innings trying to find a rhythm as Dow’s bats came alive. LaNya Bates, Kendall Klochack, Ally Whitt, and Brie Broderick had multiple hits for our rally attempts. We just couldn’t push the score back to our win.
Grand Blanc Softball traveled to Flushing and walked away with two wins.
Kendall Klochack pitched with support from pitcher Megan Martin and catcher Ally Whitt. First game, score 13-1, Klochack allowed one hit and one run over four innings. She struck out 10 batters and walked none. Bats were working hard with 14 hits in this game led by Klochack, Whitt, Katie Ragsdale, and Madyson Roover. Klochack went 4 for 4 at the plate.
Game two Kendall Klochack took the mound with Megan Martin coming in to close the shutout win 16-0. Klochack struck out 7 and walked 0. Our bats were on fire again with doubles by Kendall Klochack, Olivia Bainbridge, Rebecca Oetting, and Ally Whitt. LaNya Bates had a triple, along with a home run. Rebecca Oetting went 200+ feet for an out of the park home run in the third inning. Bobcats tallied 15 hits thanks to Oetting, McKenzie Simpson, Ragsdale, Brie Broderick, Whitt, and Bates. Oetting went 3 for 3 at the plate.
We are now 3-1 with an upcoming game Tuesday at Fenton.