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Centenary drops road doubleheader at Millsaps
Centenary drops road doubleheader at Millsaps
Saturday, February 22, 2014 | by Parker Duff
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MILLSAPS SOFTBALL 14 (0-3)
2/22/2014 | JACKSON | Attendance: 86
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PitchingIPHRERBBSO
Win: Blakeli Entr (3-0) 6.074031
Loss: Lynsi Unruh (0-3) 2.097630
BattingABRHRBIBBHR
Mary Ann Allison (CENT) 412100
Lynsi Unruh (CENT) 312010
Cadie Hancock (CENT) 402200
Abbie Joiner (MILLSOFT) 433200
Rayne Gravat (MILLSOFT) 413400
Savannah Hav (MILLSOFT) 413100

JACKSON, Miss. – The Centenary softball team dropped a doubleheader to Millsaps 10-4 in the first and 10-1 in the second contests, Centenary drops to 0-4 on the season.

Millsaps raced to an early lead scoring all 10 of its run in the first three innings. Rayne Gravat went 3-for-4 at the plate driving in four of the 10 runs. Abbie joiner and Savannah Hav also ended the first game going 3-for-4.

The Majors Blakeli Entr pitched six innings facing 29 batters, giving up four runs on seven hits. Molly Tyner pitched one inning for the Majors facing four batters only giving up two hits.

The Ladies mounted a fourth inning comeback that produced four runs but was not enough. Cadie Hancock led the Ladies offence in the first game going 2-4 and driving in two runs for the team. Lynsi Unruh and Mary Ann Allison both tallied multiple hit efforts in the late rally.

Unruh started in the circle for the Maroon and White but only lasted two innings, facing 17 batters and giving up nine hits and seven runs. Freshman Laura Perillioux tossed four innings, facing 19 batters giving up seven hits and three runs.

The Majors’ Tyner tallied her first win on the season in the second outing facing 13 batters giving up only one run on three hits. Katie Birdwe tossed three for the Purple and White striking out four and walking four of the 11 batters she faced.

The Majors had four multiple hit efforts, scoring 10 on 11 hits.

Perilloux went 2.2 innings in her loss giving up five runs on five hits facing 14 batters. Whitney Patterson saw the circle as well for the Ladies, facing eight batters and giving up five runs on six hits. Junior Emma Viskozki also stepped in the circle for the Maroon and White; she tossed one inning facing three batters while giving up no runs or hits.

Nicole Warren, Amber Smith, and Hannah Hastie all reached the bags for the Ladies with Smith accounting for the only run of the night.

The Ladies will return home this Friday Feb. 28 against Evangel University and LSU-Alexandria.