Grant Union Softball Rolls Nyssa

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GRANT UNION – The Grant Union softball team only needed five innings to send the Nyssa Bulldogs home, winning 16-1 on Saturday, April 9.

Playing in cold, windy conditions, the Prospectors scored nine runs in the fifth inning to wrap up the game. Sophomore Drew Williams had an outstanding day for the top ranked 2A/1A team in the state, going four innings and striking out 10 Nyssa batters while allowing no hits and no walks.

“Our only hit for the day was by sophomore Alycia Van Meter and junior Lauren Sapp scored in next at bat in the first inning,” said Nyssa head coach Tracy Cleaver. “Williams had our number today.”

For the Prospectors, freshman Savannah Watterston recorded three RBIs with freshman Addy Northway and senior Riley Robertson each adding two RBIs. Senior Paige Gerry, Williams and sophomore Sivanna Hodge each had a single RBI.

“We are still working toward the right lineup and the right tools to get over the hump,” Cleaver added. “These girls will surprise someone soon.”

Nyssa             1 0 0 0 X –   1   1  4

Grant Union 2 3 1  1 9 – 16 12 1

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