Montana batters put the ball in play early and -- combined with three Idaho State errors in the first -- coasted to a 4-2 win and series sweep over the Bengals in Big Sky Conf. action today.
Winning pitcher, freshman ace Michaela Hood, fanned 10 Bengal batters and took a one-hit shut out through five innings before giving up 3 hits and two runs in the bottom of the seventh. Hood recovered to retire the final two Bengal batters with a runner on third for the game's final outs.
Montana only got one official first-inning hit -- a single by freshman Lexi Knauss -- but by putting the ball into play, took an early 3-0 lead, which they extended to 4-0 on a fifth-inning RBI double by Ashley Lyons that scored MaKenna McGill and Delene Colburn.
The win boosted Hood's record to 6-6 and Montana's record to 14-17 overall and 3-0 in conference play, with sole possession of first. The Griz travel to North Dakota next week.https://nox.tips/ https://xender.vip https://testmyspeed.onl
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Montana batters put the ball in play early and -- combined with three Idaho State errors in the first -- coasted to a 4-
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