Busters Compete Win Game 3

Busters Compete Win Game 3

Broncbuster and North Central Texas traded the lead seven times on Saturday, but Broncbuster ended up on top with a 7-6 win in seven innings over North Central Texas.

Broncbuster pulled out the win thanks to a strong seventh inning. Broncbuster went up for good on a solo home run by Sidney Coleman off Kaylea Armstrong.

Coleman had two extra-base hits for Broncbuster.

Barb Nigon had an impressive outing against North Central Texas' lineup. North Central Texas managed just one hit off of the Broncbuster's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one during her 2 2/3 innings of work.

Broncbuster's Brooke Lovas, Coleman and Mattie Miller combined for seven hits and four RBIs.

Armstrong was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just 2 2/3 innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed two runs.

The top of the third saw North Central Texas take an early lead, 2-0. Molly Dolezel doubled to ignite North Central Texas' offense. A groundout by Kenedi Jackson then moved Dolezel from second to third. North Central Texas added more runs when Durante scored on a bases loaded walk.

After a quick strike from North Central Texas, Broncbuster responded with two runs in the third. Broncbuster scored on an RBI double by Cheyenne Phelps and a sacrifice fly by Liberty Nelson.

North Central Texas scored two runs in the fourth inning, and then followed it up with two more in the fifth. In the fourth, North Central Texas scored on an RBI single by Haley McCutchen, scoring Dolezel.

Broncbuster scored two runs of its own in the fourth. Broncbuster scored on an RBI double by Coleman and an RBI single by Lovas.

Broncbuster quickly matched North Central Texas' strong inning with a two-run inning of its own in the fifth. Broncbuster scored on an RBI single by Miller and an RBI single by Karissa Cardenas.

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A tight game was decided in the sixth inning as Broncbuster fell to Jefferson Co 9-5 in seven innings on Saturday at El Dorado, KS.

Bailey Benefiel got the win for Jefferson Co despite allowing five runs over seven innings. Benefiel struck out five, walked two and gave up four hits.

Alex Linck, Morgan Brown and Karli Leeper helped lead Jefferson Co. They combined for six hits and three RBIs.

Barb Nigon took the loss for Broncbuster. She allowed nine runs in seven innings, walked two and struck out three.

In the top of the first, Jefferson Co grabbed the early lead, 2-0. Theresa DeCosty singled to ignite Jefferson Co's offense. A single by Kara Montgomery then moved DeCosty from first to third. Morgan Brown singled, scoring DeCosty and Montgomery.

Broncbuster scored one run in the first inning, and then followed it up with one more in the third. In the first, Broncbuster scored on an RBI double by Mattie Miller, scoring Liberty Nelson.

After posting one run in the third, Jefferson Co again scored one in the fifth. In the third, Jefferson Co scored on a fielder's choice, bringing home Morgan Oliver.

The game's last lead went to Jefferson Co thanks to a sixth inning rally that saw two runs cross the plate on an error and an RBI single by Allie Craft.

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Broncbuster lost a hotly contested 7-6 game in seven innings on Saturday at El Dorado, KS after surrending the lead in the sixth inning.

Mattie Miller racked up two RBIs on two hits for Broncbuster. She doubled in the first inning and singled in the third inning.

Even though Faith Ashford allowed six runs over seven innings she still recorded the victory. Ashford struck out one, walked none and gave up eight hits.

Northern Oklahoma College was sparked by Claresha Clemons and Taylor Fritz, who teamed up for five hits and six RBIs.

Rachel Roe took the loss for Broncbuster. She allowed seven runs in six innings, walked one and struck out three.

Broncbuster jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first. Brooke Lovas singled to start things off before Miller doubled, bringing home Sidney Coleman.

Broncbuster got one-run rallies in the fifth inning and the sixth. In the fifth, Broncbuster scored on a groundout by Miller, scoring Coleman.

Northern Oklahoma College quickly matched Broncbuster's strong inning with a six-run inning of its own in the fifth. Northern Oklahoma College scored on an RBI single by Fritz, a home run by Clemons, and a groundout by Ashford.

Northern Oklahoma College went up for good in the sixth, scoring one run on a groundout by Clemons.

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