Fillies struggle 3-2 for the week

By russellBUSH

CATCH – Huntingdon’s Alli Jones snares a fly ball out of the air during softball competition last week.

The Fillies got off to a good start for the week with a doubleheader win over Gleason in district play, 11-1 and 8-0. But then the bats went cold as the Fillies lost 1-0 in Atwood to West Carroll and then suffered back to back losses on Friday to Camden 2-0 and to Henry County 13-3.

Fillies 11 Gleason 1

The Fillies had twelve hits in the game as they improved to 2-0 in the district.

Alli Jones was 2-3 and drove in two runs, Kaci Fuller 2-3 and two RBI, McKenna Moody 2-2 and drove in four runs, and Cheyenne Childress was 2-2 with an RBI.

Caitlin Kreuziger was the winning pitcher.

Fillies 8 Gleason 0

The Fillies completed the sweep of the doubleheader to improve to 3-0 in district play behind the shutout pitching of Kaci Fuller, who allowed three hits.

Carson Ensley led the Fillies at the plate with a 2-3 day and drove in two runs.

West Carroll 1 Fillies 0

A pitching duel ensued in Atwood on Thursday as Shelby Browning of West Carroll held the Fillies to five hits.

The Lady War Eagles broke a scoreless tie in the bottom of the sixth as they had back to back doubles from Kaitlin Pique and Ashley Barlow to score the game’s only run as the Lady War Eagles remained unbeaten in district play.

Adyn Swenson pitched as well as Browning but suffered the loss as she only allowed four hits and struck out five.

Camden 2 Fillies 0

The Fillies were due to play in Camden’s invitational, but the tournament was cancelled, so the Fillies played back to back games on Friday against Camden and Henry Co.

In the Fillies loss to Camden, Brittany Minor hit two solo home runs and the Lady Lions won 2-0.

The Fillies did collect seven hits with Kaci Fuller going 2-3 to lead the Fillies.

Kreuziger took the loss.

Henry Co. 13 Fillies 3

The Fillies’ hitting improved as they amassed nine hits, but they had trouble stringing enough together to score runs.

Fuller was 3-3, Moody 2-3 and Leah Hayes 2-3 as the Fillies suffered their third loss in a row after starting the season 8-1.

Fuller took the loss on the mound for the Fillies.

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