Maya Washington (6)

March 5, 2013

Lake Erie Box Score
Walsh (OH) Box Score

KISSIMMEE, FL – The Fayetteville State softball team fell to the Lake Erie Storm and Walsh (OH) Cavaliers on Monday during day three of the Rebel Spring Games at the Osceola County Sports Complex. The Lady Broncos fell in game one to Lake Erie 7-6 and loss 4-0 to Walsh (OH) in game two. Maya Washington (Jr., Red Springs, NC) led FSU with three hits while Amanda Anderson (So., Hope Mills, NC) had two RBI.

Fayetteville State raced out to a 6-1 lead after three innings over Lake Erie in game one. The Lady Broncos plated three runs each in the second and third innings. Anderson drove in two with her single in the second and followed an RBI single by Sencerae Locklear (So., Fairmont, NC). FSU took advantage of two Storm errors to score three more runs in the third.

Lake Erie cut its deficit to 6-5 heading into the seventh inning highlighted by a three-run bottom of the sixth. The Storm also added one run in the fourth. Meredith Scholle gave Lake Erie the 7-6 victory on her two-run walk off double in the bottom of the seventh.

Marley Stubblefield (Fr., Huntland, TN) took the loss in game one pitching one-third of an inning in relief giving up two runs on no hits, two walks and no strikeouts. Katarina Davis earned the win tossing two scoreless innings of relief allowing no hits, no walks and striking out one.

Anderson had a team-high two hits and two RBI. Scholle recorded two hits and three RBI for the Storm.

In game two, Fayetteville State had just two hits with both coming from Washington. The game was scoreless until the fourth inning when Walsh (OH) took a 1-0 lead. The Cavaliers added one run in the sixth and two in the seventh.

Kristen Bell (Fr., Hubert, NC) suffered the loss in game two pitching a complete game while surrendering four runs (three earned) on ten hits, no walks and no strikeouts. Marissa Bondoni, who also went the distance for Walsh (OH), picked up the win giving up no runs on two hits, one walk and eight strikeouts.

Dana Brown tallied three hits for the Cavaliers. Chelsy Testa drove in a team-best two RBI.

The Lady Broncos will return to action on Tuesday, Mar. 5 as they take on Walsh (OH) at 9 a.m. and Rockhurst at 11 a.m.



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