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Four in a Row! Bring on the Finals!
Submitted By mlynch on Thursday, July 31, 2014
The St Marys Hawkins Cabinetry Girls Fastball team concluded their regular season this past week earning another two wins.  These wins extended their winning streak to four as they now await other teams to finish up around the league to determine rankings going into the year-end tournament in Stratford next weekend.

On Tuesday, St Marys travelled to Tavistock and despite a cool, damp evening the Mites were all business dominating the game both offensively and defensively to come home with a 12 – 3 victory.  Sharing the pitching duties were Chantel Johns and Tianna Glousher who combined for eight strikeouts and only giving up two extra base hits.  Picking up RBI’s were: Shaylynn Ainslie (3), Kaylee Fowler, Anna Standeaven (2), Glousher (2), Elora Vanderwal (2), Angelina Vanderwal, and Bailey Ashton.

On Wednesday, the Mites hosted Stratford at Teddy’s Field.  After a rare scoreless first inning, Natalie Johnson had an RBI single in the second to open a 1 – 0 lead.  The lead however was short-lived as Stratford batted in three of their own to take a 1 – 3 lead.  Unphased by the deficit, St Marys scored three of their own on RBI’s by Julia Cameron, Glousher, and Johns to regain the lead in the bottom of the third at 4 – 3.  The Mites made it 7 – 3 in the fourth on RBI’s by Sarah Lynch, Avery Aarts, and Glousher.  Stratford added one more in the top of the fifth.  St Marys concluded the game with five more runs in the bottom half of the inning with Johnson, Ashton, Aarts, Cameron, and Glousher picking up RBI’s.  The Mites had eighteen hits and pitchers Johns and Cameron combined for thirteen strikeouts on route to the 12 – 4 win.

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