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Cambridge City Lincoln 11, Franklin County 8; JV Wildcats tie 2-2

Varsity Softball – Cambridge City Lincoln at Franklin County

Monday, May 13

Cambridge City Lincoln 11, Franklin County 8

  • CCL 2  3  1  0  0  0  5  11R  11H 4E
  • FC   0  0  2  0  1  1  4    8R   8H  4E

Unedited game notes from Franklin County coach Alex McCool:

The Wildcats fought until the end on Senior Night, but the Wildcats couldn’t muster up enough runs to ever take the lead as they fell to the Cambridge City Lincoln Golden Eagles by a final score of 11-8. The Wildcats again had a very strong showing offensively as they put up 8 runs, but still had a few too many miscues in the field, and the pitching missed a couple of spots in the circle.

Lincoln started off the game hot and jumped out to a 6-0 lead after three innings, scoring 2 in the first, 3 in the second, and 1 in the third inning. The Wildcats would battle back throughout the game, but Lincoln would always have an answer. Franklin County was tough until the end, scoring 4 runs in the bottom of the seventh, all of those coming with 2 outs. However, Kaylee Lamb would come back into the ball game in the bottom of the seventh to get the final out for the Eagles.

Both Camryn Brewer and Michaela Ferman pitched for the Wildcats on Senior night. Brewer started the contest and went 2 2/3 innings, and she was followed by Ferman who threw the remaining 4 1/3 for the Wildcats. The pitching combined to only allow 5 earned runs in the loss.

Offensive Leaders
Abby Orschell: 3-5 (2 Singles, 1 Double); 4 RBIs; 1 Runs Scored
Bree Bischoff: 2-4 (1 Single, 1 Double); 2 Runs Scored

Junior Varsity

Franklin County 2, Cambridge City Lincoln 2

  • CCL  0  0  1  1  0   2R  3H  1E
  • FC    1  0  0  0  1   2R  6H  0E


Unedited game notes from coach McCool: The Franklin County Wildcats JV and Lincoln battled to a 2-2 tie on Monday evening as both teams had great pitching and good defense throughout the contest. Both M. Bogue and Bree Bischoff were locked in during their innings in the circle and neither team could get much going offensively.

Bogue went 5 innings for the Eagles, giving up 6 hits, 1 walk, 2 runs, and had 9 strikeouts. Bree Bischoff also went the distance for the Wildcats pitching all 5 innings and only allowing 3 hits, 6 walks, 2 runs, and 11 strikeouts.

Offensive Leaders
Hadlee Hornsby: 1-3 (Triple), 1 Run Scored
Brooklyn Hampson: 1-2 (Single)
Emily Wendel: 1-2 (Single)
Kylie Lea: 1-3 (Single)
Kiya Rains: 1-1 (Double), RBI
Anne Becker: 1-3 (Single)

We thank coach McCool for the report.

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