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Erie ruins Windsor’s Senior Night

Grayson Blalock, Sports Editor

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Kat Sackett doubles to right-center field

WINDSOR- Erie went into Windsor and spoiled their senior night with a 5-2 win.

Erie (16-5, 11-2 Tri-Valley) started off the scoring in the first inning with four runs. An error, a bunt, and a HBP loaded the bases for Jen Williams, who singled in Erie’s first run of the night.

Mady Vaughan grounded to second, but the throw went behind the bag allowing two runs to score. Another HBP led to a fielder’s choice RBI for Kaylee Armstrong.

Windsor (12-8-1, 7-6 Tri-Valley) would get two bloop hits and push them around to score for their only runs in the bottom of the first.

Erie added another run in the top of the second on a sac fly from Kat Sackett that went all the way to the fence.

From there on out, the pitchers had their way, with Madie Leach shutting down the Wizards and the Windsor pitchers stabilizing to not allow any more runs.

Erie leads the all-time series against Windsor 16-3.

Windsor closes out their regular season when they travel to Roosevelt on Thursday.

Erie heads down to 5A Brighton on Wednesday and then will play Holy Family in a winner-take-all game for the Tri-Valley league title on Thursday. The winner of the Erie-Holy Family game will host a regional, while the loser will have a shot at hosting one as well.

Erie has locked up a playoff spot and will either host or travel somewhere next Saturday the 13th for regional playoff action.

Grayson Blalock, [email protected] & @grayson_blalock on Twitter.

Box Score

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Erie 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
Windsor  1 0 0 0 0 0 0

 

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