Speech to Text for SOU Stays in First, OIT in Third After Final Regular Season Home Series
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the last set of regular home games for southern oregon and oregon tech softball. both, very much in the hunt for a conference championship... the owls need a tiny bit of help, while the raiders running the table would give them the crown. gabby sandoval and number nine sou looking for the ccc sweep of carroll college. yesterday's hero harlee donovan here in the first.... tangles up the saints shortstop and kelsey randall slides into third. ===== next batter rebecca velasquez... job well done. the raiders strike first and lead one-nothing. ===== meanwhile, sandoval... sensational. just bewildering carroll offensively. she had all the goods working and only allowed two hits. ===== the few times the saints did put the ball in play... sandoval's defense hawked right to it. first it's kelsey randall. looks even better in slo-mo so here ya go again. ===== sandoval cruised into the seventh inning, the score still one-nothing... and olivia mackey knows this'll be good for television. maybe some whiplash there, but robbing a base hit, keeping the tying run off the basepaths totally worth it. sandoval would thank her after she wrapped up the shutout. seven strong for the sou ace... and the raiders take all three conference games, winning the finale 1-0. a pitcher's duel in ashland gives way to a firework display in klamath falls. for oregon tech ali graham and tara moates could've won this game all by themselves. moates kicks off the scoring with a double ... next batter is graham who blasts one to the moon. tech puts up three in the first inning... graham and moates were just getting started. ===== fourth inning... graham... gone... for the second time today, her fifth of the season. ===== this game already well out of hand. moates figures she'll keep teeing off while she can. her fifth of the season. graham and moates combined had seven hits and drove in seven runs. 17-nothing the final score, as oregon tech sweeps the series. so after the second to last weekend of the regular season, here's an updated look at the standings. none of the top three lost, so the hierarchy still goes sou.... thanks to a tiebreaker over corban.... then corban... and then oregon tech a game back. the raiders and owls are both on the road to finish off the regular season next weekend. high