8-12-10 Wednesday Notes; Thursday Losers

ESPN Rise Postscript

 

Thursday: Partial Loser Bracket Scores

Thursday, August 12, 2010

  Minors Gold 9 F
  Scorpions Gold 8
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  So Cal Pumas 5 F
  Colorado Stars Gold 2
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  Sorcerer-Blue 0 ↓7
  California Grapettes 5
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  New Mexico Sundancers 2 F
  Carolina Cardinals 1
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  Shamrocks 0 F
  Houston Power Gold (Glowacz) 8
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  Triple Crown Stars 3 F
  San Diego Renegades 4
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  Houston Power Gold – Krysiak 1 F
  Arizona Hotshots Gold 3
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  Team Hawaii Gold 4 F
  Tx Sudden Impact Gold 6
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  Virginia Legends Gold 0 F
  So Cal Firecrackers Gold 4
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  Jets Gold 7 ↓6
  Indiana Magic Gold 2
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  Combat Panthers 5 ↓7
  Richmond Diamonds 1
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  Fury Fastpitch 2 ↑7
  Louisiana Voodoo 3
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  Central Cal Dirt Dogs 4 F
  WA Ladyhawks Gold Miller 1
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  Lady Magic 0 ↑1
  Beverly Bandits Gold 0
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  Beverly Bandits Gold 5 F
  Lady Magic 4
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  So Cal Pumas 0 ↑1
  Victory USA Gold 0
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  So Cal Pumas 0 ↑1
  Victory USA Gold 0
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RANDOM WEDNESDAY GAME NOTES

IL Chill 3, Scorpions 2.  Game was tied 2-2 into 7th.  Scorpions had scored two runs in 5th on an error at 2nd.  Briana Wyatt had scored twice for Chill.  In 7th, Brittany Sanche walked; Megan Mattera sacrificed her to 2nd; Lea Diaz reached on an infield hit.  Runners at corners, Chill pulled off a successful pickle.  Scorpions thr4ew a scare but 2012 lefty Lilly Fechio showed her composure.  Emily Ceccacci flied to left; Kaelynn Greene bunted for a hit.  Devin Vanderhoff flied to left; Savannah Jaquish singled to left, two on, but Raelynn Galindo struck out on a 3-2 count.

Texas Eclipse 5, So Cal Pumas 4.  Pumas led 4-0, all runs scored in 1st.  Eclipse tied bottom 5th behind pitcher Carlie Thomas.  Jillian Compton was pitching for Pumas.  Bottom 7th:  Cali Lamphear grounded to 2nd.  Gabriella Smith singled.  Kris Davila doubled in the winning run.

The Next Level 7, NW Bullets 2.  Laura Winter (Notre Dame) pitched for TNL; Emily Holt started for Bullets.  TNL scored three runs in 1st on a double by Hailey Froton, a walk to Maggie Sevilla, Madeline McIntyre laid down a squeeze bunt for the first run; Naomi Amu reached on an error at 3rd, rbi; Victoria Jones reached on a 4-6 fielder’s choice,  and Shelby Pickett doubled in the fourth run.  Sevilla jacked a home run in the 3rd.  Sevilla drove in two more runs.  Dominique Madruga made a spectacular catch in left field.

IL Chill 2, Texas Storm 1.  Chill won on Megan Mattera’s walk-off home run.

Texas Glory 1, The Next Level 0.  Lindsay Hays started for Glory and stifled TNL’s strong bats until TNL rallied in the 5th.  Laura Winter pitched for TNL  and was tagged in the 2nd for a winds-aloft home run by Chanin Naudin (Kansas).  Lefty Clara Clampitt relieved Hays in the 5th after singles by Maggie Sevilla and Madeline McIntyre, with two out.  Victoria Jones popped to 2nd to end the threat. SPY was very impressed with Naudin’s glove work and arm at 3rd

Dynasty 6

SPY didn’t stay for the completion of this contest between a roster of former collegiate stars and the SoCal Alliance Police Softball team.  The score was tied 1-1 at the time of our departure, thanks to a run by Jenae Leles (Arizona).  The format called for six collegians to be on the field at a time.  The roster included these college graduates:

Angela Tincher, Virginia Tech, who was 2008 collegiate play of the year

Sari-Jane Jenkins, Oregon

Amber Jackson, Maryland

Katie Crabb, Arizona State

Katie Cochran, Arizona State

Ashley Charters, Washington

Megan Langenfeld, UCLA

Kelsey Schmitt, Virginia Tech

Jenae Leles, Arizona

Samantha Banister, Arizona

Sidebar

Best wishes for success by recent college hires were heard from many in the large crowd of college coaches.  As posted in SPY on Wednesday, Jessica Allister is the new head coach at Minnesota, and Nancy Evans is the new pitching coach at DePaul.

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