Eagles get better of softball slugfest against Trojets, Teams combine for 32 hits -It was all offense all the time here yesterday evening in a softball shootout that ended with a football score. West Hancock and Northeast Hamilton combined to lace 32 hits and score 31 runs, but the Eagles had the firepower late as they scored 18 times over the final four innings to rally for a 21-10 non-conference victory. "It was a battle in the first four innings, but they finished a little stronger," NEH head coach Natalie Ostheimer said. "It was the little things that killed us, and one mistake opened the floodgates." NEH led 5-3 after three innings, but was held scoreless over the final two frames. The Trojets finished with 13 hits. "We hit the ball tremendously and I was ecstatic with that," Ostheimer said. "We just need to keep our heads high and keep hitting."
SoftballNEHNortheast Hamilton TrojetsWest Hancock EaglesWilliamshitsslugfestinningsMay 28 2013high school prep actionsportsathletics