A USA-365 special report by Frank Sprankle
|The Crown Point Bulldogs play
to a good crowd under cloudy and humid conditions on Thursday, April
26, 2017 against the Chesterton Trojans. The Bulldogs won 3-0.
(Photo by Frank Sprankle)
|Team (Record) / Inning||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||R||H||E|
|CHESTERTON (11-6, 5-4 DAC)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||1|
|CROWN POINT (13-0, 9-0 DAC)||0||0||0||3||0||0||-||3||5||0|
26, 2017 -
Mostly Cloudy and 75-degrees, 5 p.m. start in CROWN POINT,
WP-Alexis Holloway: 7 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 13 K, 2 BB
LP-Lexi Benko: 3 2/3 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 2 K, 1 BB
Chesterton Trojans (11-6, 5-4 in DAC)
Shelby Grimm (C) 1-2, single, walk, stolen base
Maddie Snemis (SS) 0-2, SAC Bunt
Lexi Benko (P) 0-2
Marney Sisson (PH) 0-1
Noelle Michael (DP) 0-2
Elizabeth Zehner (PH) 0-1
Cassidy Grimm (3B) 0-3
Kari LaFreniere (CF) 0-1, walk, stolen base
Haley Johansen (2B) 0-2
Maddy Hamady (LF) 0-2
Crown Point Bulldogs (13-0, 9-0 in DAC)
MacKenzie Dunlap (SS) 0-3
Caitlyn Phillips (2B) 0-3
Alexis Holloway (P) 3-3, 2 singles, double, run
Mallory McMahon (CF) 0-3, walk, run
Maggie Ballentine (LF) 1-3, double, run, RBI
Gracie Frazier (1B) 0-2
Hannah Grady (PH) 0-0, hit by pitch
Lexi Madrigal (C) 1-2, single, 2 RBIs
Brittany Johnstone (PH) 0-1
Natalie Klingberg (3B) 0-2, reached on error
Lydia Byrd (RF) 0-2
CROWN POINT (4-26-2017) A three-run third inning became all that Crown Point Bulldogs starting pitcher Alexis Holloway needed to deliver a complete game, as they defeated the Chesterton Trojans 3-0.
The win marks the second time the Bulldogs knocked-off the Trojans in the regular season, as Crown Point picked-up a 5-1 road victory on April 13.
After giving-up two base runners over the first two innings, Holloway retired 12 consecutive Trojans. In all, Chesterton had only three base runners for the entire game.
Holloway had three hits, including a fourth-inning single. She would come around to score on sophomore Maggie Ballentine’s double. Ballentine then tallied on senior Lexie Madrigal’s two-run single to help cap-off the Bulldogs' continuous string of undefeated softball.
Crown Point improves to 13-0 on the season and 9-0 in the Duneland Athletic Conference, while Chesterton falls to 11-6 overall and 5-4 in the DAC.
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