Sequatchie Rallies To Beat Grundy County

Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Sequatchie County softball team earned a key district 7-AA win Thursday, rallying for a 7-6 win against Grundy County. 

Grundy led 6-2 in the fifth inning before Sequatchie scored five in the final inning as Emily Yell drove  in the winning run. 

Katelynne Cheatham and Madi Presto were 2 for 3 for Sequatchie County, while Presto had four RBI's. 

Grundy County's Harley Davis, Sierra Kilgore and Madison Rollins each had two hits.


Grundy         0 0 3 0 3 0 0 - 6

Sequatchie    0 0 1 1 0 5 - 7


WP: Emily Yell 7 IP 10H 6R 4ER 4BB 5K

LP: MaKayla Nunley 6IP 4H 7R 2ER 3BB 5K

 

Extra Base Hits:

SC: Katelynne Cheatham 3B

SC: Madi Presto 2B

GC: Harley Davis 2B

GC: Madison Rollins 2 2B

Multiple Hits:

SC: Katelynne Cheatham 2 for 3 2R 3B SB

SC: Madi Presto 2 for 3 4RBI 2B SAC

GC: Harley Davis 2 for 4 1R 1RBI 2B

GC: Sierra Kilgore 2 for 4 1R SB

GC: Madison Rollins 2 for 3 1R 1RBI 2 2B  

 


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