Lewisburg brought out the lumber, banging out 11 hits in the ballgame, including the big blow coming off the bat of Katie Crabtree, who blasted a three-run homerun over the right field fence in the fourth inning.
"I have not been hitting real good lately and wanted to get a hit there," said Crabtree after the game. "I just got a pitch and hit it out. I was real nervous because I thought it was foul when it was in the air. It was real nice."
The homerun was Crabtree's first ever long knock in an organized game.
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