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Brandon/Evansville Softball

Friday, April 13, 2018

B-E Softball Team Drops Double Header to Browerville

By Craig Olson - Collegeville, MN (St. John's Univer

The Brandon-Evansville softball team dropped 2 5-inning games to Browerville at the St.John's University Skalicky Dome on Friday, losing 3-0 and 2-1.

The two teams combined for just five hits in the opener with Browerville scoring all three of their runs in the third inning. Winning pitcher Marissa Callahan struck out nine chargers and didn’t walk a batter while allowing just two hits. The loss went to Kristen Kokett (5IP, 3H, 3ER, 5BB, 9K). Kerryn Lund and Megan Lauthen each had a hit for B-E. Leaders for Browerville were Taylor Schnettler (1-3, 2B, 2 RBI) and Leona May (1-1, 2B, SB).

“We struggled to put the ball in play in this game and just couldn’t seem to get runners on base to get anything going,” said B-E Head Coach Kasi Sieling. “Defensively, I was very happy with the way we played. The girls worked out of situations with runners in scoring positions and were able to keep their focus from beginning to end of the game. We had some first game jitters to work out and learned some valuable lessons throughout the game that we will carry forward.”

In game two, losing pitcher Sara Jacobson allowed only one hit and one earned run, walking one and striking out seven in four innings. Callahan (5IP, 5H, 1ER, 0BB, 7K) was once again the winning pitcher. The Chargers scored their run on a homer by Kokett. Emily Bukkila, Payton Schaefer, Kristin Koep and Alena Shores each had a hit for B-E.

“In game two we were able to make adjustments in the box and put solid contact on the ball,” said Sieling. “Offensively, we had a few long at bats and hit the ball hard, but just couldn’t string hits together when we needed to. A few defensive miscues and base running mistakes proved costly in this game, but they are situations this young team will learn from and improve on moving forward. Overall, I am very pleased with what we saw today and it felt great to finally play, even though it was in a bit of a different setting in the dome.”

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