Pullman earns their first league win

Sophomore Paige Komp winding up for a pitch.

The Greyhounds started their second round of league play on April 22nd against the Clarkston Bantams. After a rough first round of close games for the Greyhounds, the girls were ready to come into the second round ready to take some win. Starting the game off with a quick run scored by the Bantams, Pullman quickly answered back with two runs at the bottom of the first. With the momentum rolling, the Greyhounds finished of the top of the second inning scoreless for the Bantams. The girls did not led up; they scored another four runs going into the third inning. With quick back and forth innings between the Bantams and the Greyhounds, Pullman entered bottom of the sixth with a score of 7-4. The Greyhounds knew they needed extra runs to have some leeway on the defensive end, since that had been their issue in the past. Pulling through the bottom of the sixth inning with a score of 11-4, Pullman knew they had to limit the errors to secure the win. Ending in top of the seventh inning, the Greyhounds earned their first league win and second win of the season.

Sophomore pitcher, Kinsey Kallaher, took the win for the Greyhounds. Pullman finished the game with a total of 8 hits, limiting Clarkston to 1 hit.

Junior Hallie McDougle led Pullman in hitting with a total of 4 hit. She contributed with a double and a triple out of her four hits, three of them being RBIs.

The Greyhounds play against the West Valley Eagles at home in a double header on April 24.

 

When asked about her contribution on the offensive side, Junior Hallie McDougle said, “It was great to get the first league win for the team. I was very grateful for what I was able to do for us and how we were able to string hits together. Feels good.”

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