Romp in Reading

The Goldens reported for the Softball team:

Wyoming visited Deer Park Friday (5/1/15) hoping to play collectively better than their first meeting.  Madeline Juergens was on the mound and surrendered just 3 walks and struck out 2 in 6 innings.  The Wyoming bats had just 4 hits through the first 5 innings with no runs scored.  Erin Campbell (celebrating her 18th birthday), went three for four with a double and a run scored.  Her sister Sammy hit a double in the fifth.  Down 8-1 going into the seventh, Wyoming caused Deer Park some concern after back to back singles by MJ and Reagan Raymer.  Ally Golden’s 2 RBI double scored MJ and Reagan but unfortunately Deer Park managed to end the game without further damage for an 8-3 victory.

It was a much different story Monday (5/4/15) for Reading’s senior night.  Reading, the only CHL team to defeat Deer Park, faced a dominant Wyoming batting squad.  The Cowboys scored 4 runs in the first and 6 runs in the second inning.  Both Campbell sisters (Erin and Sammy) hit triples in the second.  Sammy later added a double and a single on her 3-5 night, driving in 3 runs.  Erin finished 1-3 with two walks and 3 RBIs including a sacrifice fly.  Reagan Raymer and Allison Golden were also 3-5; each hitting a double and Allison scored 3 runs.  The defense also came to play with Olivia Munneke, Michaela Fetter and Reily Boss making four great catches including a diving catch by Olivia to end the 6th inning with two runners on.  Final Score – Wyoming WIN 15-9!
The night was not without some loss.  Although Wyoming won the game they likely lost their catcher, Skylar Wolski due to a sprained ankle sustained while sliding into third (she was safe!)   Initial word is she’s out for at least a week.  We send her positive thoughts that she heals fast!

We have received our draw for the first tournament game… It is Tuesday May 12th against Clermont North East at 5:00 pm!  (See the full bracket HERE)
Thanks to the Goldens for the report, and 
Thanks to Carrie Brink for the Deer Park pictures (top three), and
Thanks to the Goldens for the Reading pictures (bottom three)

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