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2010 Yorktown JAA 9-10 Year Old Softball

 Alexis Bartle

 Brienna Bilbrey

 Payton Hicks

 Dakota Hurley

 Cari Licht

 Taylor Nale

 Rhyen Neal

 Carlea Pettigrew

 Hannah Rapp

 Jade Rojas

 Madison Smalstig

 Kara Tucker

 Breann Waters




Carl Pettigrew

2010 Indiana District 6 9-10 Year Old Tournament








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9/10 Year Softball All-Stars Knocked Out of Tournament by Brooklyn
2010 Indiana District 6 9-10 Year Old Tournament
Game 3
Friday, July 16, 2010 - 6:00PM
Brooklyn Advances to District 6 Title Tilt
By Derek Kramer for The Anderson Herald Bulletin
ANDERSON, Ind. — Brooklyn started off strong and defeated Yorktown by 10-run rule after four innings by a score of 14-2 to advance to the Indiana District 6 Little League 9-10-year-old Softball Championship game against Riverfield tonight at 6 p.m.

“We’re looking forward to the championship game,” said Brooklyn coach Joe Sturgeon.

Brooklyn got the scoring going early and often in the first inning.

After the first two batters for Brooklyn reached on dropped popups in the infield, Azariah Fuller hit a deep shot to centerfield that bounced off the top of the fence and back into play.

Fuller turned the hit into a three-run inside-the-park homer.

Her coach was impressed with her defense as well.

“Fuller did a great job catching,” said Sturgeon, “and she almost hit a home run with the ball that hit the fence.”

It was a rough way to start off the game for Yorktown.

“Basically, in the first inning, we dropped a couple pop-ups that we should have caught,” said Yorktown coach Carl Pettigrew. “Then (Fuller) hit the ball long.”

“If we catch those pop-ups, it’s only one run instead of three, and the game could have been a lot closer.”

Instead of it being 1-0 with two outs in the inning, Yorktown put itself in a hole early trailing 3-0 with no outs.

Brooklyn took advantage of the extra outs and continued the hitting assault by sending 13 batters up to the plate and scored a total of nine runs in the opening inning.

The runs were highlighted by RBI hits from Makenzie McGuire and Aimee Cook.

After the early advantage, Yorktown managed to get one run back through an RBI single from Hannah Rapp in the second.

But, Brooklyn answered back with two more runs in the second and another three in the third, which gave Brooklyn a 14-1 lead going into the fourth.

Brooklyn got their runs in the second from Daeja Nunn, who drove in a run with a single and later scored on a wild pitch.

In the third, Brooklyn’s McKenzie Albano scored her third run of the game off a wild pitch. McGuire and Cook each got their second RBI of the game with hits of their own.

Yorktown scored one in the fourth via Carlea Pettigrew’s RBI infield single, but left the bases loaded for the second straight inning and fell short of the three runs needed to continue the game.

Albano started the game on the rubber for Brooklyn and pitched the first two innings with four strikeouts.

Kelsey Sturgeon pitched the final two innings and struggled with her command, but allowed only one run and had three strikeouts.

“She just got out of an air cast [on her ankle] a couple days ago,” said Joe Sturgeon.

It was an entire team effort from Brooklyn. Everybody in the lineup either scored a run or drove in a run. Strugeon highlighted nearly everyone on the team as players with good performances in the game.

“Defensively, everyone did what they were supposed to do,” said Sturgeon, “and offensively, once we got up, we started to call the off the dogs for the sportsmanship of the game.”

“I’m proud of my girls,” said Pettigrew. “They kept playing and hustled all the way through. Brooklyn has a good group of girls, and I hope they continue to play well and go far.”

The championship game will be held at the Brooklyn Little League field. Brooklyn must beat Riverfield twice to be crowned champions after coming out of the losers bracket in the tournament.

“That’ll be the game to watch,” said Sturgeon in regards to the championship game.
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