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Bartlett 6, South 4

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Bartlett came from behind Tuesday to beat South 6-4 in a Cook Inlet Conference girls softball game at Delaney Park Strip.

Samantha Davis drilled a two-run single to left field in the bottom of the fourth, to give the Golden Bears a 5-4 lead.

The game ended at the 90-minute time limit with one out in the bottom of the fifth and the bases loaded with Golden Bears.

Kendall Roberts earned the win after entering in the second inning and pitching through the fourth. Brooke Franks struck out two in the fifth for the save.

Sarah Bartz's two-run single in the bottom of the third gave Bartlett a 3-2 lead, but South came right back with two runs in the top of the fourth to jump in front 4-3.

Sarah Fowkes pitched four innings for the Wolverines.

Dimond 5, Service 4

Dimond picked up its first Cook Inlet Conference win thanks to Brittney Coleman's late home run in a 5-4 win over Service at Delaney Park Strip on Monday.

Coleman and Jacki Wood both scored two runs for Dimond, Kayli Thompson pitched a complete game for her fourth win in four days and freshman Sierra Afoa drove in four runs.

Haylee Hodgson struck out seven for Service and Stephanie Compton went 2 for 3.

East 15, Eagle River 0

East rolled Eagle River by the mercy rule 15-0 in three innings Monday at Wendler Field as Megan Orr, Devin Chapman and Ginny Rosser combined for a one-hitter shutout to move East to 2-1 in CIC play.

Rosser scored three runs and drove in two more, Sarah Sauerbrey went 2 for 2 with a triple and Erika Meyerson rapped two hits and drove in a run.

Chugiak 6, South 3

Chugiak pitcher Darion Gobert shut down South and a collective offensive effort steered the Mustangs to a 5-3 win over the Wolverines at the Delaney Park Strip on Monday.

Gobert struck out 10 and walked one over six innings of three-hit ball.

Dimond 8, East 1

Kayli Thompson pitched a six-inning no-hitter and scored two runs Tuesday, leading Dimond to an 8-1 win over East in a CIC girls softball game on Delaney Park Strip.

“Kayli pitched a really good game, hit her marks and kept their batters off,” said Dimond coach Ron Thompson.

Jacki Wood went 3 for 3 with a walk and two runs.

Brittney Town went 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run.

Dimond trailed 1-0 until a five-run rally in the top of the third inning.


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