The game between the Wildcats and Knights was a back-and-forth pitchers duel for almost the entire game. Then with one crack of the bat in the bottom of the sixth inning with two outs Franklin County would take their only lead of them game. Michaela Ferman would then shut down the Knights in the top of seventh to secure the complete game victory.Early on, the innings went quickly from one to the next as Lena Smith and Kay Kay Ferman both dominated for each team. Neither team would scratch across a run until Northeastern would score a run in the top of the fourth inning.In the fourth, the Knights would lead of the inning by hitting a hard ground ball and reaching first on an error. That would come back to haunt to the Wildcats later on this inning. The next two batters would be retired before bringing up J. Burns who would give the Knights their big hit of the game. Burns would drive an 0-2 pitch into centerfield, which would give Northeastern the lead.Again, neither team would get more than one runner on base until the Wildcats took the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning. With one out in the inning, Camryn Brewer would hit a hard ground ball to third which would be bobbled by the third baseman and allow her to reach first. Brewer would then steal second in the next at bat, and advance to third on a pop fly to first. This would bring Kay Kay Ferman to the plate for the big hit of the game. Ferman would drive her 3-1 pitch to dead center field and give the Wildcats the lead heading into the top of the seventh.In the seventh, Northeastern would put a couple runners on in the inning, but Ferman would shut the door on the Knights to end the inning. Ferman would get a pop up for the first out, before striking out the next to hitters to end the game and give the Wildcats the victory.Kay Kay Ferman would get the win for the Wildcats. She improves her record to 2-1 on the year with the complete game victory. Ferman allowed four hits, one walk, and one unearned run, while striking out 11 Knights in the game. Lena Smith was the loser of the pitchers duel. She pitched the whole game and gave up two hits, two walks, and two unearned runs, while striking out three.Franklin County’s offense was led by the aforementioned Kay Kay Ferman who had the big homerun, which brought in two RBIs for her and also scored a run. Camryn Brewer would also add a single and score the other Wildcat run. Kloe Bolos and Morgan Bare would also draw walks. Brewer and Bolos also stole a base each.With the win the Wildcats improved their record to 2-1 on the season. The Wildcats will be back in action on Saturday morning when they take on the Eagles from Jac-Cen-Del. First pitch for the varsity game is scheduled for 10 am. Junior Varsity game will start immediately following the varsity game.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Alex McCool.
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