Goffstown wins in a softball tournament walk-off
The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fourth, when Jen Cashin’s triple scored two Goffstown runs.
With two outs and two Spartans on base, Amanda Clement hit a double to drive home the tying runs. Then Pembroke added three more runs to lead 5-2 entering the bottom of the seventh. But the drama was far from over.
“They played an awesome game,” said Pembroke coach Russ Saucier. “This is what a playoff should be.”
Fleming said he told his girls they could still win when they were down by three: “In the bottom of the seventh, I told them it’s not over. They got in there and did what they had to do.”
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