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Big Innings Cost Liberal Sweep at Stanton County
05/06/2013

Liberal and Stanton County split a softball double header Friday in Johnson.  The class 2A Trojans won the first game over the 5A Redskins 16-9 before LHS won 4-0 in game two. 

In a topsy turvy game one, Stanton County scored six first inning runs thanks to four LHS errors.  Liberal would rally and take a 9-7 lead buoyed by a Kaitlyn Ralston two run homer in the fifth.  But the Trojans scored nine in the sixth.  Riley Hay was 4-4 with three runs while Jaycee Darroch and Stephanie Sanchez had two hits a piece. 

In game two, Darroch pitched the shutout and was 2-4 at the plate.  Amanda Love added two hits. 

Liberal is 7-9 and plays at Dodge City Tuesday. 

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