Bainbridge-Guilford Softball defeats Walton 17-1 on Friday
WALTON – Following a big 17-1 win over the Walton Warriors on Friday, Bainbridge-Guilford softball simply used this crushing of the Warriors as a springboard for bigger plans come Saturday.
During the Friday game, B-G’s Megan Palmatier catapulted herself into the limelight with a game consisting of a home run, a triple, and two base hits.
Megan Palmatier had a huge night at the plate,” said Bainbridge-Guilford head coach Randy Palmatier.
The Bobcats were on a different plane of play on Friday, pulling in seven runs in just the first inning – and successfully scoring in each inning, as well.
B-G pitchers – Alli Miller and Morgan Swartwout – combined for just four walks and seven strikeouts and three hits – while Wiggins and Crandall of Walton allowed 16 hits with just five strikeouts and six walks.
A recipe for disaster if you are the Warriors.
B-G was scheduled to host the SFCU Credit Union tournament the next day, however, it was moved to Sidney due to the rain.
BG: 7 3 1 2 1 3– 17 16 3
W: 0 0 0 1 0 0– 1 3 5
Lady Bobcats win the 28th annual SFCU Softball tournament
SINDEY – Round one: Four teams, a full day of bitter-cold weather and a full slate of softball. That is what awaited Sherburne-Earlville, Bainbridge-Guilford, Sidney and Harpursville on Saturday, April 22.
The 28th annual SFCU softball tournament crown was claimed by the powerful lady Bobcats of Bainbridge-Guilford – who downed Harpursville and Sidney en route to the tournament win.