Lady 'Stangs Stop Greendevils
March 18, 2014Bishop Brossart High School
The 2014 fast pitch season officially started on a cold Monday afternoon on St. Patrick's Day for the Lady 'Stangs of Bishop Brossart as they opened the regular season with 16-0 Varsity and 18-2 JV wins on the road in Dayton, Kentucky. Senior thirdbaseman Allie Anstead led a 15 hit Brossart attack with 4 hits and a walk. Junior righthander Karlie Shackelford tossed a three hit shutout on the mound with four strikeouts.
The game started slowly but the Lady 'Stangs put together back to back innings scoring 9 and 7 runs. Sophomore Katelyn Seiter walked and then junior Jordyn Boesch lined a sharp single to left to open the 9 run inning. The next four batters senior Jaimie Reis, sophomore Riley Orth, sophomore Amanda Graus and senior Shannon Kremer walked before Allie Anstead lined a two rbi single to left. Shackelford hit the gap for a two run double and then sophomore Amanda Lloyd followed with a two run triple to leftcenter. When Boesch delivered her second single of the inning to plate Lloyd it was 9-0.
The BBHS defense was perfect.
Anstead finished with 4 rbis. Amanda Graus went 3 for 4 with two runs scored 2 rbis and a walk. Kremer recorded 3 hits, Shackelford, Lloyd and Boesch all had 2 rbis. Freshman Megan Seiter, playing in her first varsity game had a pinch hit 2 run single in the 5th.
Brossart outhit Dayton 15 to 3. The junior varsity beat the Lady Greendevils 18-2 with all runs being scored in the first inning before the game was called for darkness. Sophomore Emily Schoulties got the win.