State Softball

For the first game of round two in the State tournament, the North Sevier Wolves faced the Gunnison Bulldogs for the third time this season. Senior Allie Cowley was in the pitcher’s circle for the Wolves for the first 2 innings, she had one strike out.  Senior Abby Johnson finished the game on the mound striking out 4 batters.  The Wolves fired up the offense in the first inning with Johnson drawing a walk and scoring a run.  However, North Sevier struggled to contain the high-powered offense of the Bulldogs, giving up 17 runs.  Jacey Crane went 2 for 4 at the plate to lead the Wolves in hits.  Kamryn Pierce led the time with 2 RBI’s.  It was not enough and the Wolves fell to the Bulldogs, 6-17 in the 5th inning.  This would drop the Wolves into the consolation bracket to play Wayne County.  Pierce was clutch at the plate in the first inning. She drove in runs with a grand slam home run. The Wolves outscored the Badgers 13-0 in the first 2 innings.  The only runs for Wayne County came in the third inning. Johnson pitched for the Wolves only giving up those 3 hits, while striking out 8.  Kamryn Pierce and McKenzie Brown led the team with 3 hits apiece.  Pierce had 6 RBI’s.  The game ended in the 4th inning with a score of 18-3 for the Wolves.  The Wolves third game of the day was against the Parowan Rams. The Rams out-scored the wolves in the first inning 3-0, and the Wolves struggled to catch up the rest of the game.  Senior McKylee Malmgren hit a homerun to center field in the second inning with Paisley Roberts on base, scoring the first 2 runs of the game for the Wolves.  North Sevier notched four runs in the fifth inning putting some pressure on the Rams.  Kamryn Pierce, Laynee Nielson, and Jacy Crane all collected multiple hits for the Wolves, Pierce was 4 for 4 at the plate.  North Sevier did collect 14 hits in the high-scoring game, but it was not enough to keep them in the tournament.  The Parowan Rams won the game in the 7th inning 19-10.  This would end the 2021 season for the Lady Wolves, with a record of 12-11.

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