JV softball drops two close games to Lowell

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The JV softball team went on the road to Lowell last night looking to disrupt the Red Arrows’ undefeated conference record. After two competitive and close games, FHC lost 4-2 and 8-7.

In game one freshman Faith Addington pitched phenomenally. She tallied 8 strikeouts and 2 walks, while giving up 6 hits. The Rangers played errorless defense, making Lowell earn all 4 runs. Sophomore Val Gill led the team by going 2-3 at the plate.

Lowell came out hot in game two and capitalized on FHC’s mistakes to score 6 runs on 5 errors in the first inning alone. From then on, the Rangers tightened up the defense and allowed only 2 more runs to score.

Sophomore Caitlin Snyder struggled in the first inning but pulled it together for the rest of the second game from the circle. She struck out 5 and gave up 5 hits. Sophomores Katie Willemin and Jordyn Carlson, along with freshman Bela Gonzalez all went .500 at the plate in game two. Freshman Katie Tellier led the team on offense, going 3-4.

FHC hosts Lowell for the final game of the season on Wednesday as they look to avoid getting sweeped and end the year on a win.