EASTON, Massachusetts (April 14, 2023)- As we speak, the Stonehill School softball group hosted the Lengthy Island College Sharks, an NEC Convention competitor, at Father Gartland Subject right now in Easton. The Skyhawks confronted LIU on day one of many two-day sequence, beginning off robust however dropping by a rating of 2-8.
- With the sport remaining scoreless in the course of the high of the primary, the Skyhawks had been as much as bat subsequent. Within the backside of the primary inning, catcher Isabella Therrien was as much as bat, hitting a excessive and much ball over the Skyhawk fence, incomes an out-of-the-park house run, bringing in left fielder Alexa Adinolfi, bringing the Skyhawks a 2-0 lead.
- Following the Skyhawk homerun, DP Paige Wodarski hit a double into left middle, earlier than the top of the inning.
- The Skyhawks had three pitchers all through the sport, beginning the sport with Skylar Brandemarte, who threw 22 strikes, and a single strikeout. Subsequent, Kelly Mayette took to the mound, throwing 7 strikes and one strikeout. And lastly, Molly Adamo completed the sport with 10 strikes and one strikeout.
Win: LIU- L. Cowans (97-52)
Loss: Stonehill- Skylar Brandemarte (51-22), Kelly Mayette (22-7), Molly Adamo (17-10)
Stonehill is on the sector tomorrow, Saturday, April 15th to proceed the two-day sequence towards LIU in a doubleheader matchup at Fr. Gartland Subject at 1 p.m. & 3 p.m. Tomorrow’s sport may also honor former head Coach Ken LeGrice. Coach Ken served 12 seasons as head coach of the Stonehill softball program, main the Skyhawks till his passing in Might 2021 after an extended and brave battle with most cancers. He will likely be honored by a prayer previous to the beginning of the primary sport by Father Tim, a second of silence, and the primary pitch of the sport being thrown by Coach Ken’s household.
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