Sequatchie Softball Wins 18-0 Over Signal Mountain

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Sequatchie County had 10 hits and scored 18 runs in the first inning to beat the Eagles of Signal Mountain 18-0.  Emily Yell got the win for Sequatchie County.   

                  1st   2nd   3rd   Hits   Errors

Sequatchie      18   0      0      10      0

Signal Mtn         0   0      0      2         2

 

Winning Pitcher: Emily Yell 3IP 0R 0ER 2H 4K 0BB

Losing Pitcher: Cassidy McCarter 3IP 18R 18ER 10H 1K 13BB

 

Sequatchie:

More than 1 hit:

Ashley Moffitt 3 for 3 3R 2RBI 1BB 3SB

Katelynne Cheatham 2 for 3 1R 2RBI 1SB triple

Extra Base hits:

Triple: Katelynne Cheatham

Double: Shiann Stockwell, Allyson Davenport


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