Pacific snap three game losing streak

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Tenille Duessler knocks a base hit.

New Haven, Mo. – Thursday night was Bank of Franklin County’s Annual Softball Tailgate and flood the field as part of the high school’s spirit contest.

The added hype to New Haven’s third conference game against the Pacific Indians had moments of a shamrock comeback, but eight runs in the final two innings led the Indians to a 14-2 win.

Megan Walker got it done in the circle on the way to Pacific’s third win on the yea and first conference game to improve to, 3-6. Walker allowed two runs over seven innings. She struck out five, walked one and surrendered four hits.

New Haven began mounting a comeback in the bottom the fourth after Tenille Duessler drew a leadoff walk.  Carlie Steinbeck followed with a double to center field and two runners on with no outs.

Bank of Franklin County seerves hotdogs  and chili and gave away freet-shirst.

Lindsay Nixon came through with a no out single to right field scoring two runs and brining New Haven with in 3 runs.

With no one out Brooke Kluba smoked a line drive right to the shortstop that then doubled up Nixon at second base and ending killing New Haven’s momentum.

Pacific’s Walker was deadly from the plate going 3-5l, knocking in one run.

New Haven’s Duesseler finished 1-2 from the plate followed by Lindsey Nixon with one RBI and was 1-3 from the plate.

The shamrocks fall to 3-11, losing their seventh straight.  Pacific snaps a three game losing streak.

New Have will travel to Wellsville on Monday with a 5 p.m. start times.