Hudson - Litchfield News June 11, 2010 - 13
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by Chris White As the number-two seed in the Class M tournament, the Campbell softball team took two playoff victories before falling to its third-seeded rival, Sanborn, in the semifinals at Plymouth State University on Tuesday, June 8. Like a typical Campbell- Sanborn match-up, the game remained close from start to finish. Unfortunately for the Cougars, though, they came up short this time, losing by the score of 2-0. Campbell’s Julia Nolan pitched well in the defeat, allowing only four hits and striking out seven. Behind her, Erin King,
Julia Marra, JulieAnne Fernandez, and Sam Radcliffe all played well defensively. Meanwhile, Marra and King also provided both of Campbell’s hits. Before the semifinal match, the Cougars had beaten White Mountains Regional, 5-1, in the opening round on Wednesday, June 2. Then, the following Saturday, they earned a 6-1 win over 10th-seeded Somersworth in the quarterfinals. Both games were played at Campbell High School.
Nolan pitched a complete game for the win against White Mountains as she gave up only four hits and struck out nine batters. Offensively, Fernandez went 2-3 at the plate
Softball out of Tourney in a Shocker
by Sue LaRoche You all know the saying that “anything can happen in a playoff game.” Well, unfortunately for the Alvirne Broncos, they were the victims of the “anything.” The Broncos, who finished 17-3 on the season and earned the number-three seed for the NHIAA Class L Softball tournament, lost in a stunner to number-14 seeded Pinkerton, 3-2, on Wednesday, June 2, in the preliminary round of the tournament. “It was a heartbreaking end to the season,” commented Head Coach Denise Rioux. The Broncos fell behind early when Pinkerton took a 1-0 lead early in the game. Unfortunately for Alvirne, things began to unravel as they gave up two unearned runs in the fifth inning, giving Pinkerton a 3-0 lead.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Broncos’ bats came alive when Jenna Giannelli and Delaney Burns each had RBI singles, cutting the Pinkerton lead to 3-2. Giannelli was stranded at second base, however, and the Bronco rally ended. Having the home field advantage did not work out for Alvirne, as they could not score a run in the bottom of the seventh and had to swallow the disappointing first-round loss. Taylor Carbone pitched well, allowing only one earned run on seven hits, and she also had one hit
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on the day. Chelsey Drew, Giannelli, Burns, and Kaela Craven had the other Bronco hits. With a very young squad, no graduating seniors, and playoff experience behind them, “hopes will be high for another strong season and hopefully a more successful tournament run,” said Coach Rioux. The Broncos squad consisted of Nicole Abreu, Burns, Carbone, Erin Craven, Kaela Craven, Katie Donovan, Drew, Giannelli, Brooke Kennedy, Mikayla Powlowsky, and Jess Underwood.
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with three RBI and Chelsea Caynon went 2-3 with one RBI. Becca Arnone, King, Marra, and Allie Nolan all contributed hits as well.
Nolan, once again, earned the pitching victory against Somersworth as she struck out eight batters for the entire contest. Marra and Caynon led the defense by making some solid plays in the field. On offense, King went 3-3 with an RBI-triple, while Nolan helped her own cause with two hits and Fernandez drove in two runs with a double in the fourth inning. With the conclusion of the playoffs, the team’s overall record for the season ended up at 17-2.
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