ACCC softball team goes 1-1 with NCCC



April 7, 2010 - 12:00 AM

Not making the same mistake twice, Allen County Community College’s Red Devils got the job done in the bottom of the fifth in the second game Tuesday to win 4-2.
In the opener of the Jayhawk Eastern Division doubleheader, the Red Devils left six runners on base and had five hits in a 2-0 loss to visiting Neosho County Community College. Allen County left the winning run at third in the bottom of the seventh inning of a scoreless game.
Lenzie Boring had a no-hit shutout going for ACCC. But when the game moved to extra innings, the Panthers got a single and a double to drive in  run and an error allowed the second run to score.
The Red Devils could not respond. Amy Carr got a single with two outs but the game ended on a fly-ball out.
Boring ended up allowing two hits, walking one and striking out 10 in the loss. Neosho County’s Adrianna Ballor struck out 16.
Jenna Sigg had two sing-les and Carr had a single. Brandie Hutcheson and Kylie Taylor each had a double.
Allen County led 1-0 through four innings of the second game. One hit and two ACCC errors helped the Panthers score two in the top of the fifth.
Autumn Lamle started a two-out rally in Allen County’s half of the fifth with a base hit. Hutcheson followed suit. Shawna Blakes-ley loaded the bases by reaching on an error.
Callie Umholtz delivered a three-run double. Allen County held off any uprisings by the Panthers in the final two innings to win 4-2.
Breanna Campbell got the win on the mound. She allowed seven hits and struck out two.
Umholtz had a single and a double and Lamle hit two singles. Sigg doubled. Hutcheson, Blakesley and Denise Swanson each had a single.
ACCC is 10-2 in Jayhawk East play, sitting in third place. The Red Devils are 21-15 overall and played Cottey College here this afternoon.
Second-place Cowley County comes to Iola Friday and Independence is here Saturday.

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