The Ottumwa Courier


July 9, 2013

Bulldogs sweep CIML rival


Ottumwa (34-6, 20-4) plays host to Burlington in the Class 5A regional semifinals Saturday at Huston Field.

Ottumwa 7, Des Moines East 1

East 100 000 0 — 1 5 2

Ottu 600 100 0 — 7 7 0

East battery — Maggie Long (L) (6IP, 5H, 7R, 6ER, 4K, 2BB), Haley Stoll catching.

2B — Maggie Long.

Hits — Jamie Reynolds 2-for-3, Courtney Fudge 1-for-3, Long 1-for-3, Mimi Knight-Beery 1-for-4.

RBI — Long.

Runs — Reynolds.

Ottumwa battery — Mandi Moore (W, 17-5) (7IP, 5H, 1R, 1ER, 14K, 2BB), Beth Overturf catching.

HR — Katie Sammons.

Hits —Sammy Garrett 1-for-2, Olivia Roark 3-for-4, Alexis Winn 1-for-2, Strunk 1-for-3, Overturf 1-for-3.

RBI — Sammons 4, Strunk, Roark.

Runs — Sammons, Garrett 2, Winn, Chloe Davis, Ashlyn Thompson, Chelsie Griffiths .

Ottumwa 4, East 1

East 000 101 0 — 2 3 3

Ottu 202 001 4 — 8 9 2

East battery — Jessa May (L) (0IP, 8H, 4R, 4ER, 2K, 5BB), Laurie Custard catching.

Hits — Reynolds 1-for-3, Long 1-for-3, Stoll 1-for-3, Sam Fitzgerald 1-for-3.

RBI — Haley Stoll, Long.

Runs — Reynolds 2.

Ottumwa battery — Brittni Vogt (W, 6-1) (3IP, 4H, 1R, ER, 8K, 1BB), Alexis Winn catching.

2B — Sammy Garrett.

Hits — Garrett 2-for-4, Roark 2-for-2, Sammons 2-for-4, Nicole Peyton 1-for-3, Henderson 1-for-3.

RBI — Sammons 2, Winn 2, Strunk, Winn.

Runs — Roark 3, Garrett 2, Sammons, Chloe Davis.

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