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Newell-Fonda answered GTRA’s quick start with an emphatic start of its own.
After the Titans scored two runs in the top of the first inning, the Mustangs responded with 11 runs in the bottom of the first before plating six more in the second to build an early 17-2 lead as the No. 1-ranked team in Class 1A went on to win by that score last Thursday night in Fonda.
Newell-Fonda finished with 16 hits in the game. Anna Bellcock and Mary Walker each had three to lead the way. Bailey Sievers, Macy Sievers, Ella Larsen and Sophie Stewart all added two hits apiece. Mia Walker and Maggie Walker each had one hit for the winners.
Bailey Sievers, Macy Sievers, Larsen, Maggie Walker, Mary Walker, McKenna Sievers and Mia Walker all scored two runs apiece. Larsen led in RBI with four. Stewart drove in three while Bellcock, Macy Sievers and Bailey Sievers all added two RBI apiece.
Kierra Jungers got the win. She allowed four hits and two unearned runs, walked none and struck out six over three innings.
“GTRA got off to a quick start scoring two in the first, but our girls responded calmly and collectively, scoring 11 runs with zero outs in the first inning,” Newell-Fonda coach Courtney Darrow said. “We found the holes and were seeing the ball well. We knew coming into the game GTRA has solid bats with speed, and the first inning they proved that. We adjusted well and kept the pressure on them defensive.”
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