7-14-2012 World Championship scores

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP JULY 14
Yukon, BC

 

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Score

Date

Time

Box Score

Japan New Zealand 7 – 0 Sat, Jul 14 6:30 PM

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Czech Republic United States 0 – 10 Sat, Jul 14 4:30 PM

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Netherlands Argentina 9 – 0 Sat, Jul 14 4:00 PM

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Great Britain Chinese Taipei 1 – 0 Sat, Jul 14 2:00 PM

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Puerto Rico China 0 – 1 Sat, Jul 14 1:30 PM

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Australia Italy 11 – 1 Sat, Jul 14 11:30 AM

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South Africa Venezuela 0 – 7 Sat, Jul 14 11:00 AM

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Netherlands China 2 – 3 Fri, Jul 13 7:30 PM

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Canada Chinese Taipei 6 – 0 Fri, Jul 13 7:30 PM

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Great Britain Italy 0 – 4 Fri, Jul 13 3:30 PM

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WHITEHORSE, Y.T. – The USA Softball Women’s National team moved to 2-0 in pool play with a 10-0 (4 inning) run-rule over Czech Republic on Saturday at the International Softball Federation (ISF) World Championships in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Jordan Taylor (Valencia, Calif.) picked up a no-hitter for Team USA in the circle. From the plate, USA was led by Molly Johnson (Lexington, Ky.) who homered for the first time in 2012, a three-run shot in the third inning, and Lauren Gibson (Pasadena, Md.) who picked up her third home run of the tournament in the second inning.

Batting Averages Rise with the Temperature on Day 2

 

July 14 (Whitehorse, YT) – While the sunshine brought out the fans, the players brought out their A-game.

Two pitchers had no-hitters while six teams scored seven or more runs on Day 2 of the Women’s World Fastpitch Championship in Whitehorse, Yukon. Fans were treated to several home runs – including two from Carey-Leigh Thomas in Canada’s 8-0 win over Mexico.

A large crowd came out in support of the home country, and Canada didn’t disappoint as they kept Mexico off the board.

Fans were also treated to a pair of home runs by the USA in their 10-0 victory over the Czech Republic. Lauren Gibson and Molly Johnson went deep for the Americans, while Jordan Taylor picked up a no-hitter. Stacie Townsend also recorded a no-hitter for Great Britain, in their 1-0 win over Chinese Taipei.

Britt Vonk drove in three runs for the Netherlands as they blanked Argentina 9-0. Michelle Cox collected three RBIs for Australia, while Chelsea Forkin, Brenda de Blaes and Melinda Weaver each had two in their 11-1 win over Italy.

Venezuela rebounded from an opening day loss, topping South Africa 7-0, while both Japan and China moved to 2-0 at the Championship. Japan rode three RBIs from Furuta Maki en route to a 7-0 win over New Zealand. China scored in the 3rd inning against Puerto Rico and held on to beat them 1-0.

 

 

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