Trinidad Bests Garden City in Two

Trinidad Bests Garden City in Two

Broncbusters drops 8-2 game toTrinidad State College

Despite five hits, Broncbusters lost 8-2 to Trinidad State College on Sunday at Garden City, KS.

Trinidad State College converted a triple play in the fifth inning.

Jessica Salbato got the win for Trinidad State College. She allowed two runs over seven innings. She struck out two, walked one and surrendered five hits.

Home runs for Trinidad State College came when Samantha Glover homered in the first inning, Isabella Navarro homered in the first inning, and Elizabeth Aguilar homered in the fourth inning.

Trinidad State College's Glover, Aguilar and Lauren Bending combined for five hits and four RBIs.

Shaylene Shepherd was charged with the loss. She allowed eight runs in seven innings, walked three and struck out five.

Trinidad State College went up for good in the first, scoring two runs on two solo home runs.

Trinidad State College tacked on another two runs in the second. The inning got off to a hot start when Courtney Vigil singled, scoring Shayla Felix.

Trinidad State College increased its lead with three runs in the fourth. Vigil singled, plating Bending to start the inning. That was followed up by Aguilar's two-run blast, bringing home Vigil.

A two-run sixth inning helped bring Broncbusters within five. An error and an RBI single by Kaitlyn Bean triggered Broncbusters' comeback. The Broncbusters threat came to an end when Salbato finally got Tascha Holeman to.

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Hailey Motherwell's effort not enough in Broncbusters's 13-7 loss

Hailey Motherwell both hit and pitched well for Broncbusters, but it wasn't enough as Broncbusters fell to Trinidad State College 13-7 at Garden City, KS on Sunday.

Motherwell racked up three RBIs on three hits for Broncbusters. She singled in the third, fourth, and seventh innings.

Motherwell baffled Trinidad State College, striking out three batters. Motherwell allowed two earned runs on four hits and one walk over five innings.

Even though Demi Madalena allowed seven runs over seven innings she still recorded the victory. She struck out five, walked one and surrendered 12 hits.

Home runs for Trinidad State College came when Courtney Vigil homered in the first inning, Megan Cosslett homered in the seventh inning, and Isabella Navarro homered in the seventh inning.

Kaitlyn Bean was charged with the loss. She allowed 11 runs in two innings, walked one and struck out one.

Trinidad State College tacked on another eight runs in the second. The inning looked promising, as Vigil doubled, scoring Madalena to kick things off. That was followed up by Elizabeth Aguilar's single, plating Adrianna DeVille and Vigil.

After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the third, Broncbusters faced just a 11-2 deficit. A two-run single by Motherwell gave Broncbusters life.Leisha Nakagawa to end the Broncbusters threat.

Two runs in the bottom of the fourth helped Broncbusters close its deficit to 11-4. A single by Cheyenne Phelps and an error set off Broncbusters rally. Finally, Madalena induced an inning-ending ground out from Bean.

One run in the bottom of the fifth helped Broncbusters close its deficit to 11-5. An error sparked Broncbusters' rally. The Broncbusters threat came to an end when Madalena finally got Phelps to fly out.

After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the seventh, Broncbusters faced just a 13-7 deficit. An error and an RBI single by Motherwell gave Broncbusters life. Trinidad State College closed the game out when Madalena got Bean to.

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