Timberlane girls hand Salem first softball loss
Timberlane improved to 10-2. The Blue Devils dropped to 9-1.
Salem outhit Timberlane 10-5 but Hoadley frustrated Salem batters all afternoon as the Blue Devils left baserunners in six of seven innings, a total of 11.
The Owls struck first with two runs in the first inning aided by two Salem errors. The Blue Devils evened the game at 2-2 in the top of the fourth. Jess Walsh then drove home pinch runner Jennifer Trodella to give Timberlane a 3-2 lead.
In the seventh, Montana Davis hit a solo homer to make it 5-3 Timberlane, but Hoadley shut the door for the win.
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