Hornets win first round at state tournament | Fastpitch
The Hornets fastpitch girls played very well at the 3A state championship Friday in Lacey picking up a first round win and proving the program has a bright future.
The girls won the first round 9 a.m. game beating Shadle Park 5-3 at the Regional Athletic Complex.
The Hornets lost 9-2 in the second round to Everett and in the final Friday game the girls lost to Bainbridge 6-4.
In the first game winning pitcher Chloe Young pitched seven innings, striking out eight and giving up seven hits.
At the plate Sarah Morrow hit 3-5 scoring a run.
Against Everett Becky Forza went 2-2 with a double.
In the final game against Bainbridge, Young hit 3-4 and Joslin Pierotti went 2-4, scoring a run.
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