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Seward Softball Wins Two of Three in Fort Worth
02/22/2014

Seward is off to a 10-1 start this softball season.  The Saints won two of three in Fort Worth Friday with two more game to go on Saturday.  Seward beat Ranger 6-0 before an 8-0 loss to North Central Texas and a win over Seminole State 9-7. 

Katelyn Craker pitched Seward to the shutout win over Ranger.  Andrea Sitter was 3-4 while Pokey Ewell drove home three runs. 

Seward mustered only three hits in the loss to North Central Texas.  In the Seminole game, Seward trailed 7-5 into the seventh before scored two runs to tie the game and two in the eighth to win it.  Seward's biggest inning was a four run third.  Ewell and Tiffanie Bolanos had three hits a piece as part of a 14 hit attack. 

Seward plays Western Oklahoma State at 9 a.m. Saturday and faces Western Texas at 11 Saturday in Fort Worth. 

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