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Blazers Come Up Short In Both Ends Of Doubleheader

Blazers Come Up Short In Both Ends Of Doubleheader

Drew 14, Elms 8

The Blazers had their best hitting performance of the year, breaking out with 10 hits and 8 runs.

It was a back-and-forth game early on and right up to the end. Elms took the lead in the top of the 4th putting up a 5 spot. Tea Sullivan (Dracut, MA.), Emily Dorosh, (Litchfield, CT) and Madison Messier (Warren, MA.) all had hits in the frame to give the Blazers a 7-4 lead. The Rangers would come right back with a big inning of their own with 6 runs in the bottom of the frame which proved to be to be enough to secure the 14-8 win.  



Penn St. – Altoona 6, Elms 5

Penn St. - Altoona got out to a fast start platting 4 runs in the top of the 1st. Elms would hang tough and have a chance to take the lead in the bottom of the 5th.

Elms closed the gap with 4 runs in bottom of the 5th.  Yyla Risucci (Watertown, CT) hit a two RBI single that brought two runs in before Raeanna Tumel (Stafford, CT) delivered a run-scoring groundout and Ryanne Fournier (Longmeadow, MA.) hit a sac fly to cut Penn State Altoona's lead to 6-5. That would be as close as the Blazers would get in the loss.

The Blazers are back in action on Wednesday with another doubleheader. They will take on Kenyon College at 9am and Clark University at 11am.