Lady Cats Drop Close Game at MarionSalem lost their second consecutive one-run game when the
Lady Cats lost at Marion 4-3 Monday afternoon.
Salem scored their three runs in the second inning to take a
3-1 lead but Marion scored two runs in the seventh inning to walk off their
field with a win.
Mallory Daniels suffered the loss for Salem, pitching all
seven innings, giving up six hits while walking three and striking out four.
Daniels intentionally walked the potential game-winning run in the bottom of
the seventh, only to have the next batter lace a walk-off two-run double down
the right field line.
Salem scattered five hits in the contest.
The Lady Wildcats travel to Fairfield tomorrow afternoon.
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