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Coach Cindy Colman’s Lady Bullpups now 9-2 after splitting Saturday Contests

Coach Cindy Colman’s Carmi White County Jr High Lady Bullpups fell in an early hole Saturday morning at Johnston City and never could catch up falling to Marion 5-1.  The loss dropped the Lady Bullpups to 8-2 on the season and snapped a 6 game win streak.  The team came back with a vengeance in their second game of the day however as the young ladies smoked Eldorado by a 13-1 final in their noon contest.

Marion and Carmi-White County combined for only 8 hits total in the early contest, 4 apiece.  After a difficult first inning, Lindsay Simmons would settle in and cruise the rest of the way.  Only 2 of Marion’s runs were earned.  Simmons struck out 8 while walking 5 and threw 17 first pitch strikes.  Offensively, Eva Attebury went 2 for 2.  Caroline Simmons and Lindsay Simmons accounted for the Bullpups other 2 hits.  The Lady Bullpups lone run came in the third on an RBI double from Caroline Simmons scoring Addi Elliott.

The Lady Bullpups came back to top the Lady Eaglets in 3 innings just after noon scoring 3 runs in the first and then piling on 10 more in the 2nd.  Aly Albright got the win from the pitcher’s circle.  She struck out 5 and walked 5 while allowing just one hit over 3 innings of work.  Offensively, Grace Sneed paced the Bullpups with 3 RBI while going 2 for 2 from the plate and scoring twice herself.  Mia Evans, Eva Attebury, and Briley McAllister also collected hits on the day.

The Lady Bullpups, now 9-2 will face off with Edwards County in Albion on Wednesday and then travel to Benton for a date with the Jr. Rangerettes on Thursday afternoon.

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