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Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity Nabs Win Over Malvern Hornets Despite Early 6-Run Inning
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity weathered a push by Malvern Hornets in the fourth inning where Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity coughed up six runs, but Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity still won 18-7 on Thursday. The big inning for Malvern Hornets came thanks to groundouts by #18 and Danielle Casler, a single by Alana Spurrier, by Jordan Holmes, and a fielder’s choice by Jessika Venoy.
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity collected 12 hits and Malvern Hornets had seven in the high-scoring affair.
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity got on the board in the first inning when an error scored one run for Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity.
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity tallied five runs in the seventh inning. Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity batters contributing to the big inning included Meggie Otte, Arianna Ott, and Kirston Moriconi, who all drove in runs.
Ott led the Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity to victory on the pitcher’s mound. She surrendered zero runs on four hits over three innings, striking out two and walking one. Otte threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen.
Casler took the loss for Malvern Hornets. She allowed four hits and 12 runs over three innings, striking out two.
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity hit two home runs on the day. Ott had a dinger in the seventh inning. Otte had a long ball in the seventh inning.
Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity collected 12 hits. Carrigan Pahanish, Ott, Mandi Williams, and Moriconi all managed multiple hits for Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity. Moriconi, Williams, Ott, and Pahanish each collected two hits to lead Sandy Valley Cardinals Varsity.
Kenzie Haidet went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Malvern Hornets in hits.