Sequatchie Softball Advances To Class AA Region Championship

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The Sequatchie County softball team beat Upperman 7-2 Monday night and advances to the region championship game against Dekalb County. 

MacKenzie Turner was the winning pitcher and had 10 strikeouts.

Ella Edgmon, Abbie McGowan, MacKenzie Turner, Jaylyn Schmitt and Cali Green all had two hits.  

Upperman's Riley Hurst and Hannah Hughes both had two hits. 

Box Score: 

Upperman   0   0   0   1   0   1   1 Hits:7   E: 0
Sequatchie  1   2   0   2   2   0   -  Hits:12  E:1

Winning Pitcher: MacKenzie Turner 7IP 2ER 10K

Sequatchie:
Ella Edgmon 2 for 2 2R 1RBI 2SB double
Abbie McGowan 2 for 4
MacKenzie Turner 2 for 3 triple
Jalyn Schmitt 2 for 2 2R SAC 1RBI
Cali Green 2 for 2 1R SAC

Upperman:
Riley Hurst 2 for 3 2HR 2R 2RBI
Sidney Shoemake double
Hannah Hughes 2 for 3

Sequatchie record: 24-13 
Mac 18-8

Region 4-AA Championship Wednesday 6pm at Sequatchie vs Dekalb



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