Tied at two after an inning in game one, the Ladies scored two in the second and two in the third to open up a 6-2 lead. With two outs and no one on in the second, infield singles by junior Payton LeBlanc and sophomore Haley Campbell put two on for senior Anna Dunn. Dunn doubled to left center to clear the bases and put Centenary up for good.
Centenary got back one, but the Crusaders put the game away with five in the sixth. The Ladies committed three errors which led to three unearned runs for Dallas.
Softball Loses Pair at NCAA Division I Grambling State GRAMBLING, La. – The Ladies softball team fell in the first game, 6-3, before Centenary (3-11) lost the nightcap to Grambling State (8-16) in a wild, 13-12, 8-inning affair Tuesday, March 14. With Centenary leading game two 10-8 in the top of the
The Gents played a closer game then they are used to in the series finale, but the Maroon and White never trailed in the series as Centenary (16-3, 3-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference) swept a doubleheader with a 12-0 win (seven innings) in game one and 9-6 in game two.
The never-quit Mountaineers completed the rally in the eighth. Hill led off the frame with a base hit and scored on Jackson Cramer's double to tie the game. Then Maryland intentionally walked Davis. Zarbnisky's single through the right side gave WVU a 5-4 lead. But the Mountaineers weren't done there. Jimmy Galusky's base hit through the left side scored Davis. With the bases loaded, Kyle Gray drew
LeTourneau (15-21) quickly found itself behind 3-0 in the first inning before scoring twice in the fifth and sixth inning to take a 4-3 lead. Sophomore Rayne Hobbs had three hits to lead an eight-hit attack for the YellowJackets. Freshman Andrew Harlan was the losing pitcher after allowing nine hits, seven runs (four earned) and striking out three in the loss to fall to 4-7.
How Sweet It Is! #6 Gents Dancing with Run-Rule Win against Trinity in SCAC Championship Game GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas – It was not exactly a work of art when the Gents lost game one in heartbreaking fashion to play the if necessary game, but the Maroon and White jumped on the
Jordan Woodard scored 17 points and Isaiah Cousins had 15 for Oklahoma. Melvin Johnson scored 23 points for (Photo Credit: Tom Pennington- Getty Images) Hield hit a 3-pointer that gave Oklahoma a 69-67 lead with 6:37 left. Moments later Woodard and Kadeem Lattin hooked up on a spectacular play that put Oklahoma in front by six.
Xaria Wiggins spoke to us after the game about her monstrous game, putting up 19 points and grabbing 14 rebounds. “Last night I was focused, the ride here I was focused, came out here and just gave it my
Centenary (1-1) tied the game in the fourth inning and the YellowJackets stranded base runners in the fifth and sixth inning.
The Ladies led 5-0 before Austin College even recorded a hit. Senior Emily Sexton began the game with a single and scored on sophomore Michelle Tasin’s double. Freshman Wendy Gillet followed with a two-run shot to right center, her third of the season, to put Centenary up 3-0 before freshman Haley Miller
Jevon Carter tallied 18 points for the Mountaineers (26-8). Esa Ahmad, Elijah Macon and Daxter Miles Jr. each added 10 points. Teyvon Myers had nine.
Fifth-seeded Centenary (23-22) knocked out sixth-seeded Schreiner (9-31) 4-2 and third-seeded Dallas (21-23) 9-0 before falling to top-seeded Texas Lutheran (41-3) 10-2 in six innings in the second day of the SCAC Tournament, hosted by Trinity in San Antonio, Texas.
In game one, York grabbed a three-0 lead in the backside of the primary inning, however Bethany spoke back by means of scoring seven runs over the next three innings to take a 7-5 skills heading into the fifth. The Panthers managed to get two runs to pass dwelling plate within the 1/3.
I was thinking of different ways this game could go, and every single way resulted in a Sorrow’s lost. Our minute was up, and it was time to take the court again for the most nerve-racking thirty seconds of my live. Lake lined up, spread all over the court to run their last play to tie to game. The ref blew the whistle and Lake players began moving all over, their big man set a hard screen on me, allowing for their point guard to get up for a corner three. As soon as the ball left his hands, I knew it was going in, and I was completely right. “Swish,” the ball was nothing but net, and the gym erupted with Lake fans applauding and screaming that their team was back in the game. I zoned out, and knew that this was my golden opportunity to shut those fans up. I took the inbound with twelve seconds left in the game, I drove ruthlessly to the basket, crossed over through one defender, and somehow managed to put up a last second shot, and then …… It’s Good! Our Lady of Sorrows fan all on their feet yelling at the top of their lungs, my team met we at half court jumping for joy. The smile on my face was bigger than ever. I finally beat Lake, in a fashion I’ll never