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Softball | The Bob Morgan Classic From 5/30/2021

Southeast Valley softball finds themselves with a record of one win and five losses after participating in the Bob Morgan Classic, a weekend tournament in Ogden. The Jaguars would face the Bulldogs of Ogden, the Boone Toreadors, and the Knights from Kuemper Catholic.

 

vs. Ogden

Jaguar softball traveled to Ogden bright and early Saturday morning for a nine o’clock start against the returning state champions, the Ogden Bulldogs. The Jags suffered their third loss on the season by a score of 6-5 in a close contest. Eighth grader Chloe Lambert made her debut for Jaguar softball and put on a show. Lambert faced 28 batters and struck out four while forcing hits right to the defense behind her, but there were one too many costly errors. Early in the game, Ogden would strike first and often; scoring one in the first, one in the second, and two in the third. The Bulldog bats would go quiet for the next two innings and the Jags took advantage, scoring four of their five runs in the fifth inning. Lambert would go on to start the rally for Southeast Valley reaching on a single. Freshman Alex Kitchen would run for Lambert and eventually score as a result of a double off the bat of fellow freshman Ellie Nolte. The rally didn’t stop there. A series of five singles and five RBIs would follow Nolte’s double off the bats of Emily Jaeschke, Jordyn Rowley, Olivia Tenuta, Alli Bethel, and Emily Hemmestead. 

 

Contagious hitting just wouldn’t be enough to seal the deal for the Jags as the Bulldogs scored two runs after a triple hit by Ogden’s Reagan Church in the bottom of the sixth and the Jags would have no answer. 

vs. Boone

The Jags would be the visiting team on the scoreboard for their contest against the Boone Toreadors and they would lose the game by a score of 15-0 after three innings. The bats could not get hot against a very talented Emma Dighton in the circle for Boone. Freshman shortstop would be the only Jaguar to collect a hit early in the first inning. 

 

The hits produced by the Toreadors would prove to be timely and powerful from top to bottom of their line up. Sophomore Maddie Vansickle and eighth grader Chloe Lambert would work together against Boone. Vansickle would earn herself two strikeouts while Lambert came in to finish the game. 

vs. Kuemper Catholic

In their final game of the day, the Southeast Valley softball team fell to Kuemper Catholic of Carroll. The Jags would, again, be the visitors on the scoreboard. Maddie Vansickle would start in the circle for the Jaguars and throw three complete innings, facing 17 batters and striking out one before freshman Payton Will took over on the mound. Will was successful in throwing off the Knights batting lineup, but it was too late. 

 

Costly defensive errors combined paired non productive at-bats  would be the demise of Southeast Valley.  The freshmen duo of Ellie Nolte and Jordyn Rowley each get solid doubles off the bats while seniors Chloe Hicks and Emily Hemmestead would record singles. Those would be the only hits recorded throughout the contest for the Jaguars.

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