Women's Invitational: Day two recap

August 4, 2017

(Photo: Gerry Marentette)

WINDSOR - Four games were played today on day two of the Women’s Invitational in Windsor, Ontario. Another set of round robin games go tomorrow before semi-final and medal games on Sunday.

Ontario 7 BC 6

Ontario scored three runs in the top of the sixth off two bases loaded walks and a RBI single from Jenn Gilroy to come away with a 7-6 win over BC. Kate Psota came on in relief and pitched 2.1 scoreless innings to earn the win. BC jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the first thanks to a RBI triple from Stacy Fournier and a RBI double Rhianna Pettapiece before Ontario tied things up in the fourth. 

Alberta 15 Prospects 14 (8 innings)

Alberta overcame deficits of seven and eight runs to comeback and defeat the Prospects squad, 15-14. Saige Hall came on in the relief for the final two innings to earn the win for Alberta while Nicole Luchanski enjoyed a 4-for-5 game at the plate including two singles, a double and triple, and drove in three runs. Alberta’s Kaitlyn Ross was all over the score sheet with three hits, three RBI and four runs scored as part of a 16-hit attack. Jessie McKay and Heather Healey led the Prospects’ offence combining for seven hits, five RBI and four runs scored.

Québec 5 BC 4

Catherine Labelle tossed two shutout innings and struck out four to earn the win as Québec held on for a 5-4 win over BC. Eight different Québec hitters recorded hits including two each from Pascal Jalbert, Noemie Lapointe and Erica Ahad. Lapointe started on the mound for Québec and gave her side 4.2 solid innings of work. BC’s Stacy Fournier had a triple and drove in a run in the loss.

Alberta 5 Ontario 0

Madison Willan spun a two-hit shutout as Alberta blanked Ontario, 5-0. Willan walked two batters and struck out two while pitching in front of an error-free defence. Paige Hildebrandt and Kaitlyn Ross came up with RBI singles and Willan helped her own cause with a sacrifice fly as Alberta jumped out to a 3-0 first inning lead before adding insurance runs in the second and fourth.

Action continues tomorrow with four games scheduled.

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