Starlets steal the show

Last-bats rally powers them past Peelers in women's slop itch

The Starlets put on a great performance in Comox Valley Ladies Slopitch League action last week.

On Wednesday, Aug. 21 the Peelers were ahead of the Starlets by 10 runs when the Starlets went up to bat for the last time in the bottom of the seventh.

Erin Walsh hit a stand-up triple scoring three runs, Lisa Bossom hit a home run scoring two runs, Lacey Mortensen hit a home run scoring two runs and winning the game, and Lacey was the winning run to finish the game Starlets 15 – Peelers 14.

– Comox Valley Ladies Slopitch League

 

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