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By Bill Bray

             With all our spring athletes playing through a horrendous April so far, we all should be proud of their endurance an ability during less than favorable weather conditions.

            A great example of these abilities comes from our young softball team. Over the last few weeks, they have been learning and improving. The last four games have seen a win amongst three losses.

            In the most recent game played Tuesday at Port Clinton, and probably the coldest game yet of the season, The Lady Redskins used strong pitching allowing Ross just two hits in a 5-4 Port Clinton win. Mavcie Wolverton and Peyton Fawley had one hit apiece. The Giants had the tying run stranded on third base as the game came to an end. Janelle Bigler and Fawley were on the mound for Ross. Bigler pitched 3.1 innings allowing four hits including a Port Clinton home run, while striking out four. Fawley pitched in relief and allowed just two additional hits while striking out three.

Third baseman Alivia Weisenauer fires a throw to first for an out.

Senior Peyton Fawley has her eye on the ball.

            In earlier games:

The Ladies have been pitted against some experienced TRAC teams in that stretch that have exhibited strong pitching.  Back on April 12 Findlay came to Alumni Field and allowed the Lady Giants six hits in a 10-4 defeat. Jakaia Harper Horn, Wolverton, Fawley, Bigler, Alivia Weisenauer and Maria Johnson had Fremont’s hits with Fawley collecting two RBI. Bigler and Fawley shared the mound as Bigler gave up five hits and struck out five while pitching 2.1 innings. Fawley came in in relief and gave up six hits while striking out two.

            From there, the Giants hit the road for the next two games. On April 14th they travelled to Notre Dame and collected their second TRAC win with a 13-9 victory.  Harper Horn connected for three hits as the Giants accumulated 11 hits during the contest. Wolverton, Weisenauer and Reese Shanahan each had two hits, while Shanahan drove in three runs. Bigler and Fawley shared the mound once again with Bigler allowing six hits while striking out four. Fawley came in in the third inning and allowed six hits while striking out six. Fremont left seven runners on case.

            One of the strongest teams in the TRAC in Toledo Whitmer awaited the Ladies on April 16th. Whitmer pitchers allowed Ross just five hits during the contest as the Lady Panthers went on to a 17-4 victory. Harper Horn added two hits while collecting one RBI to lead Fremont batters. Bigler and Fawley, as has become the norm, shared the pitching duties. The hard-hitting Lady Panthers connected for 13 hits from the Ross duo.

            The Lady Giants return home Wednesday as they host TRAC opponent Toledo Central Catholic.

 
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