Girls Varsity Softball · Varsity Softball Advances to 19-0 with 7-5 Victory over Beavercreek

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The second matchup between top ten ranked Beavercreek and Miamisburg began Wednesday evening and finished Saturday morning.
The Beavers traveled to Viking Country Wednesday evening for the Miamisburg #FILLTHESTANDS game. The Vikings top ranking and undefeated record brought fans out to cheer on the team and see the girls in action.
Miamisburg took the early lead in the bottom of the first inning with a single from Claire Scully and double from Alley Haas. They kept their lead through the top of the second inning allowing one run from the Beavers. The momentum continued for the Vikings as they added another four runs in the bottom of two with singles from Grayce Dyer, and Chandler Hoskins. They had a strong defensive showing in the top of three returning all three batters to the dug out on a foul out and two strike outs.
With momentum building the game was postponed in the middle of three due to weather to be continued at a later date. The teams came back together Saturday morning at 9:00am to continue the game heading into the bottom of the third leading 5-1.
The Vikings were unable to produce runs in the bottom of three but came back defensively in the top of four shutting down three batters on two strikeouts from Amariah Hoerner and a caught pop-fly by Alex Miller.
Beavercreek made a comeback in the top of the fifth adding four runs to their score, coming within one of tying the game up. A single from Haas in the bottom of the fifth and two stolen bases put her in scoring position when Caitlin Combs was called from the bench and brought in to hit. After taking the first pitch Combs laid the perfect bunt scoring Haas.
Amariah Hoerner earned the win for the Vikings pitching four and two-thirds innings. She surrendered five runs on five hits, striking out seven. Alley Haas threw two and a third innings in relief recording the last seven outs.
With the win over Beavercreek, the Vikings advance to 19-0 on the season.