Tigerettes stay hot, defeat Page on road
The Marshall County Tigerettes continued their winning ways on Wednesday at Rudderville, beating the Page Lady Patriots 7-2.
MCHS hurler Marlee Woodard turned in a gem in the circle for the Tigerettes, coming within three outs of a perfect game.
Woodard did not allow a Page baserunner until the bottom of the seventh inning when the Lady Pats reached on an error and three subsequent hits made it 7-2 before a grounder back to Woodard in the circle ended the game.
Marshall County scored a run in the first inning on a Taylor Walls RBI and three more runs in the third inning, including a two-run homerun by Sydne Solomon.
Leah Hollingsworth and Allison Sheroski had RBI base knocks in the fourth inning and the last MCHS runner to cross home plate in the game was Solomon, who scored on a Courtney Edde RBI single.
Marshall County banged out 11 hits in the contest with Hollingsworth leading the offensive barrage with a 3-for-4 performance at the plate, including an RBI and three runs scored.
Sheroski and Ali Hobbs had two hits apiece in the contest, while Solomon, Walls, Hannah Sheppard and Edde managed one base knock each.
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Marshall County: Leah Hollingsworth 3-4, Allison Sheroski 2-4, Ali Hobbs 2-4, Taylor Walls 1-3, Sydne Solomon 1-4, Hannah Sheppard 1-3, Courtney Edde 1-1.
2B: Hollingsworth 1, Sheppard 1.
3B: Hollingsworth 1.
HR: Solomon 1.
RBI: Walls 2, Solomon 2, Sheroski 1, Hollingsworth 1, Edde 1.
WP: Marlee Woodard (7IP, 3H, 2R, 0ER, 3K, 0BB)