Loggers fall by one run vs. Mariners

Loggers fall by one run vs. Mariners

Marymount, California – The Puget Sound softball team recorded 12 runs in their back-to-back games at Marymount California, but fell by one run in both match ups.


Puget Sound 5, Marymount 6

Marymount came out strong in the first inning, shutting out the Loggers, and tallying four runs.

Puget Sound recorded their first run of the game in the fourth inning when Erica Gott crossed home plate after Amanda Fehr hit a sacrifice fly to centerfield. Gott originally got herself on base after hitting a double to shallow right center at the beginning of the fourth.

Lia Nakamoto started the fifth inning with a triple to right-center and notched a run for the Loggers off of Mackensie Pearlstein's hit.  

The Loggers took the lead after they recorded three more runs in the sixth inning with scores by Jessica Shimoda, Nakamoto and Amber Popovich.

Even though Puget Sound took the lead and held the Mariners scoreless since the first inning, Marymount prevailed due to two last minute runs in the bottom of the seventh. Defeating the Loggers, 6-5.  


Puget Sound 7, Marymount 8

The Loggers and the Mariners had back to back close games Sunday afternoon.

Marymount held the Loggers scoreless up to the fourth inning until Jessica Gott notched the Loggers' first run on a stolen base.

The two teams came ready to score in the fifth inning recording five total runs. The Loggers outscored the Mariners this inning, 3-2, with runs by Catherine Daggi, Kaitlyn Webster and Popovich.

Puget Sound entered the seventh inning down by four runs. Jessica Gott, Erica Gott and Camille Goo tallied three runs, but the Loggers came up one short.

The Loggers return home to take on Northwest for a double header on Saturday, Feb. 10, starting at 12 p.m.


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