Sullivan’s Brianna Lore reaches perfection -- Pitching a perfect game this evening

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Pictured above: Brianna Lore

Sullivan’s Brianna Lore achieved a milestone this evening that every pitcher hopes to accomplish someday.  Lore reached that milestone by pitching a perfect game and leading the Eagles to their first conference win and fourth win of the season. (4-1)

The Lady Rocks gave up two runs on one hit to start the top of the first.  Kierstin Monzyk walked four batters in the inning but also struck out three.

Sullivan’s hard throwing left hander quickly set the tone for the game after Monzyk grounded out on a slap hit Lore then struck out the side.

Pictured right: Rebekah Strobel tags the runner at third base.

The Lady Rocks did have a few bright moments.  After a hard hit ball to left field, Rebecca Glaser chased it down and fired a bullet to Rebekah Strobel at third, tagging out the runner.

Lore ended the game pitching five innings, striking out eight, and only throwing 95 pitches.  Finial score 22-0