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Sunday Results from Softball World Series at Alpenrose Stadium

Sunday’s tournament action at the 2014 Little League Softball World Series (Portland, Oregon) continued with another full day of events. Host team OR District 4 opened up the day’s events with a 2-1 win over Latin America’s Puerto Rico. Scoreless through the 1st, Puerto Rico’s Jairian Leon reached first base on an overthrow, and soon after scored on an RBI double line drive down the third base line from Shalis Torres. In the 4th, and with bases loaded and one out, Oregon’s Nicole Box hit an RBI single, and Tia Cordts would steel home on a passed ball giving Oregon the 2-1 lead. Also to note, Puerto Rico’s Omaris Torres came up with a huge running catch to deep centerfield in the 4th, potentially saving additional runs. Oregon would lead 2-1 after five completed innings, and was able to hold onto that lead for the win over Puerto Rico. Oregon’s Cordts picked up the win, while Oregon’s Elizabeth Hillier recorded the save. The second game of the day proved to be an explosive one at the plate for Canada, as the girls from British Columbia earned an 8-1 victory over the West. California led 1-0 after the 1st with an RBI from Maggie Smith, scoring Christina Crum who had reached on a base hit. Canada bounced back in the 2nd however, as Kylie Katz doubled to right field, leann Rompain added a base hit, and Hallie Holland drilled a two-run RBI to left, scoring Katz and Rompain. Canada’s Lauren Thomas and Taylor Chenard would later add on RBI Singles to left, Jessica Strandlund would steel home on a passed ball, and Canada would lead 6-1 after four completed innings. The Squad would later add two more with an RBI triple to the right field fence from Thomas, and an RBI double from Strandlund. 8-1 would be the final score in Canada’s favor. Game three of the day featured Southeast VS Central. Both Pitchers Southeast’s (Georgia) Ralee Weaver and Central’s (Ohio) Hallie Mullet looked strong from the start. After Ohio’s Jordyn Severns drew a leadoff walk and Elizabeth Bickar was able to come up with a bunt single, Lauren Tecca grounded to the infield, enabling Severns to score on the throw to first. In the 2nd, Georgia would tie things up at one run apiece. After Georgia’s Samantha Cotton drew the walk, Kennedi Bedel would lay down a bunt single, moving Cotton to third. Cotton would soon after come home on the throw down to second, on the attempted steel by Bedel. Southeast led 3-0 through three completed innings. Central then bounced back and added two more runs in the 4th. However, Southeast would add two more runs in the 5th, for the eventual 6-3 victory over Central. Autumn Malicoat and Lauren Tecca each had two hits for Central, while Jada Chadwick produced two hits for Southeast. Ralee Weaver of Southeast had five strikeouts in six innings of work. In the final matchup of the weekend Sunday night, East took on Southwest. It was all East in the final game of the night as the girls from New Jersey defeated Southwest 12-1 in four innings of work. The Jersey squad scored five runs in the 1st, one in the 2nd, one in the 3rd, and six runs in the fourth. Southwest was able to put a run on the board in the third. Amanda Allen and Olivia Moser led the way for East with two hits apiece, while Moser, Allen, and Emma Binder all led with two RBI’s apiece. MacKenzie Medders got the win on the mound for New Jersey.


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