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JV Girls Softball Team Loses to Timberland

Timberland gains their first win of the season on our softball field
Vanessa Jackson
Alli Moorman rounds third base sprinting to home plate to gain the Eagles with another run.

The time limit expired at the bottom of the sixth inning leaving the umpires no choice but to not go into the seventh and to call the end of the game. Timberland took the win with the score of 7-6 on Sept. 11. 

“I think we were very flat to start the game and couldn’t dig ourselves out of the hole,” varsity softball head coach Tom Anderson said. 

The JV team has six wins so far and this was the second time they have lost a game this season. After the tough loss,  Timberland’s team, Coach Anderson said, “We’ll be ready next time.” 

Alli Moorman (outfielder) said after the game. ”Our team should’ve played better together as a family. We need to do our best and stay confident.”

Score at the end of each inning

First Inning: 1-1

Second Inning: 1-2

Third Inning: 1-2

Fourth Inning: 2-5

Fifth Inning: 4-7

Sixth Inning 6-7

Seventh Inning: Time expired

The varsity softball team huddles after the game. (Vanessa Jackson)
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Vanessa Jackson, Reporter
In January, Vanessa Jackson will have two years of journalism experience in Mr. Hall’s classroom. When she is not in school, she is usually playing one of her two sports. She plays basketball and runs track for our school. She has already made new friends and is excited to meet new people. Even though she has only been here for one year, she is excited to see what the future holds.

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