Saturday, July 05, 2014 12:00 AM
After starting the season 1-3, Shooby’s has bounced back to win six in a row.
The first win came against Peshtigo Orange Crush, 8-5. Chloe Lambie had a double and Marissa Mailand, Megan Phillips and Nikki Hakanen each singled. For the Crush, Teja Tonn and Ryleigh Klaver had two hits apiece, while Maddie Martin and Abbie Lindbom each had one.
Next it was a 10-9 win over Bay Cities Insurance. Chloe Lambie, Kierstin Metzner and Jordan Miller each scored twice with the other runs coming from Mailand, Hakanen, Courtney Messar and Karlee Christianson.
Bay Cities was led by McKenzie Bebo, Megan Suhs and Hannah Bearson with two hits apiece and runs from Brooke Boyce, Lily Hecht and Ciara Grawey.
Shoobys’ third win came at the expense of the Marinette Elks team. Chloe Lambie, the leadoff batter, got on base all four times and scored each time. Miller and Teya Lambie each had triples and Miller scored three times. Megan Phillips had a hit and scored twice. Teya Lambie, Hope Phillips, Katelyn Kuffel and Courtney Messar each added runs.
For the Elks, Marley Carviou had two hits, scoring twice, Hannah Stone had three hits and run, Kyla Lesperance doubled and Deanna Saunier singled. Torri Jewett and Maya Carviou scored once each.
The fourth consecutive win, 9-6, came against Peshtigo Blue Crew. Teya Lambie went 3 for 4 with three runs and a three-run home run. Mailand had two hits and scored three times. Other hits were recorded by Katelyn Kuffel, Hope Phillips and Karlee Christianson.
The Blue Crew was led by Carlee Mylener, Niki Grom and Ashley Dudka with two hits apiece.
Seven walks and only five hits gave Shooby’s an 8-4 win over Stephenson National Bank. Hits were spread out evenly for Mailand, Teya Lambie, Haakanen, Megan Phillips and Messar. SNBT was led by Jen Woods with two hits.
The final win of the streak ended with steal of home on a passed ball, giving Shooby’s a 10-9 victory over Farm Bureau Insurance of Menominee.
Farm Bureau came into the game hiting the ball hard and far to take an 8-1 lead after two innings. Shooby’s capitalized on four walks and three hit batters in the third inning to close the gap to 9-7.
In the fifth, Mailand hit a sharp single to score Messar and Chloe Lambie to tie the game. In the bottom of seventh, Hope Phillips drew a leadoff walk, Christianson reached on an error and Phillips scored on a passed ball to end the game.
Farm Bureau had 13 hits — two each from Gabby Zeratsky, Mikayla Kewley and Olivia Anderson.