The lady Irish defeated Willoughby South 3-2 and then lost to NDCL 11-3 in the Championship game.
Ursuline beat Willoughby South 3-2 behind Makayla Shore's 13th mound win and 3 for 3 hitting which included an RBI double to put the Irish up 3-2. McKenzie Stimpert had 2 singles while Stephanie Ohalek tied the game 2-2 with a solo home in the 4th for her 2nd RBI of the game. Stohlman had a 2-run homer for Willoughby in the first inning.
Ursuline (15-4) - 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 - 3/7/4
Willoughby South - 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 2/7/1
UHS battery Makayla Shore (W13-3) 5K/0BB and McKenzie Stimpert
WS battery Bradshaw (L) 5K/1BB and Scott
Doubles : U - Makayala Shore;
Triples : none
Home Runs : U -Stephanie Ohalek; WS - Stohlman 2 or more hits : U - Makayla Shore (3),
McKenzie Stimpert (2); WS - Stohlman, Marcino; 2 or more RBIs : U Stephanie Ohalek (2); WS - Stohlman (2)
In the championship game of the NDCL Invitational, NDCL (19-4) scored 9 runs in the 2nd inning to beat Ursuline 11-3 behind Raguz's 3 hits and Flowers home run and single. Hetki picked up her 15th win of the season as she scattered 6 hits. Macey Gunther tripled for the Irish.
Ursuline (15-5) - 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 - 3/6/3
NDCL (19-4) - 0 9 0 1 0 0 1 X - 11/9/1
UHS battery : Makayla Shore 0K/0BB (L), McKenzie Stimpert (2nd) 4Ks/1BB and Dana Creatore
NDCL battery : Hetki (W 15-4) 4Ks/5BBs and Melvin
Doubles : NDCL - Raguz, Melvin
Triples : U - Macey Gunther
Home Runs : NDCL - Flowers
2 or more hits : NDCL - Flowers (2), Raguz (3)
2 or more RBIs : NDCL - Martin (2), Flowers (2)
Courtesy: Ursuline Sports
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