Eagles continue their winning ways

    The SeDoMoCha Middle School Eagles offense started out strong in a game at the Howland Cougars, picking up four runs in the first inning and batting around the order.


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MEETING ON THE MOUND — Members of the SeDoMoCha Middle School softball team gathered around the pitcher’s mound at Howland are, from left, Kendra Ewer, coach Anderson Grace Bickford and Jenna Clukey as well as Sam Higgins at shortstop.

    Grace Bickford’s bat came alive with twin doubles to deep left field and later a grounded hit through the gap between third base and shortstop.
    Other Eagles adding to the offense were Kiara Prescott and Alli Bourget with three hits each and Abbi Bourget, Mckayla Mccorrison and Jenna Clukey had two hits a piece.
    The Eagles defense was excellent with these starters in the infield:  Brianna Adkins at first, Becca Anderson at second with Bickford at shortstop  and Alli Bourget at third and Kendra Ewer catching.
    In the outfield was Abbi Bourget in left, Mccorrison in center and Prescott in right field.
    Pitching for the Eagles was Clukey who had another excellent outing, tossing a complete game and allowing no runs, only one hit and striking out 14.
    Coach Anderson made substitutions late in the game, putting Sam Higgins in on third who started a double play for the Eagles. Another substitution was Maci Poulin in right field and moving starting right fielder Abbi Bourget to second. Hannah Sprecher and Cailin Seavey had an at bat in the last inning.

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