Southern Oregon advances in game one of NAIA Softball World Series

Southern Oregon advances in game one of NAIA Softball World Series

Posted: May 24, 2019 11:07 PM
Updated: May 24, 2019 11:07 PM

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jake says, "after spending so much time this year coming from behind in nail biting fashion, today southern oregon softball held on in nail biting fashion. the raiders jumpd on top of lindsey wilson early and got clutch pitching from gabby sandoval late to claim a 4-3 win. gabby says, "it actually feels great knowing that we came out strong this game and we scored first inning. we just need to keep that momentum going throughout this tournament." pistole says, "it's a great good strong team." going throughout this tournament." pistole says, "it's a great feeling to get this first game, especially against a great team like lindsey wilson. they are. they're a good strong team." it's a lindsey wilson team that leads the country in home runs, but it was southern oregon that came out looking like the offensive juggernaut. after an 11-pitch at bat from lauren quirke, sophomore tayler walker followed her right up with a single of her own it scored a pair of runs and staked sou out to an early lead. the raiders built on it in the second. quirke with her second hit of the day this one drives in two, and a strong start for sou up four-nothing. pistole says, "that's what we have done all season so it was nice to see it happen here at game one of the world series." the lindsey wilson bats wouldn't stay quiet for long though, and cassie matlock was a one-woman wrecking crew this one of her three hits. it puts two runs on the board in the third and the sou lead cut in half. things got even tighter in the fourth. a solo shot from kalli harris brings it to a one-run game and the collective heart rate from sou fans dialed up a few notches that's when gabby sandoval decided enough was enough. she was flawless for the next three innings. pistole says, "they're a great hitting team and so yes it was stressful every inning but i'm proud of the way that gabby handled herself and made some adjustments." sandoval says, "i was throwing more offspeeds later on in the game because it was catching them off guard, while they were hitting my hard stuff." quirke says, "that kid's a fighter. they started to hit her a little bit and then she adjusted really well." sandoval now holds the school record with 74 career wins this one perhaps her biggest yet, as it has sou into the next round of the naia world series. jake says, "a much better feeling than last year when the raiders were sent into the losers' bracket after just one game. they'll return to action tomorrow at 10 am central 8 am pacific. in springfield, jake garcia, newswatch 12 sports." jake says, "after spending held
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