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Seward Softball Sweeps Frank Phillips

Brock Kappelmann - February 17, 2022 7:19 am

Kenny Hernandez

BORGER, Tex. – Seward County Community College defeats Frank Phillips College in game one 11-2, and in game two 15-1 to complete the sweep on Wednesday afternoon. With the victory’s the Saints improve to 5-3 on the season. Seward County scored 26 total runs in their two games and tallied 32 hits on the day. The Saints will be back home on Saturday, February 19th as Lamar Community College will arrive in Liberal with the first pitch is scheduled for 12 PM CT.

Seward County opened up the scoring in the first inning with a single by Beth Denney to score Elle Stember from third base. Frank Phillips scored their two runs off of a home run in the third inning but that was the only time the Plainsmen scored.

Macy Cesa-Spearman drove in six on three hits to lead Seward County past Frank Phillips 11-2 in game one of the doubleheader. Cesa-Spearman drove in runs on a single in the second, a double in the fourth, and a double in the fifth.

The Saint added three runs in the fifth inning, as Cesa-Spearman had an RBI double in the inning to lead the run-scoring.

Ellie Stember picked up the victory from the circle as Stember allowed six hits and two runs over six innings, striking out two and walking zero. Seward County had 13 hits in the game with Cesa-Spearman, Stember, and Paris Brienesse with multiple hits in the contest. Cesa-Spearman went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead the Saints in hits.

In the final game of the doubleheader the Saints scored four runs in the top of the second inning as Macy Cesa-SpearmanAshley LowMolly Adams, and Shyanna Stopp, all drove in runs off of singles. The Saints added to their lead in the fourth inning as Cesa-Spearman connected on a three-run home run to start the scoring.

Ashley Low connected on a single that scored Stember from third, and Molly Adams connected on a double that scored Low and Vivian Gaberhart to give the Saints an 11-0 lead.

In the fifth inning, Tatum Winters connected on a solo home run to give the Saints a 12-0 lead. Seward County added three more runs as Low, Gabehart, and Ireland Caro all had RBI’s in the fifth inning to lead Frank Phillips 15-0. The Plainsmen added one run in the fifth for a final score of 15-1 for Seward County.

Molly Adams started for the Saints and lasted three and a third innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out two. Ireland Caro threw one and two-thirds innings in relief for Seward County.

The Saints are back at home on Saturday, February 19th as they face Lamar community college at 12 PM CT.

Seward County Community College
2B: none
3B: none
HR: none

Frank Phillips College
2B: Kyla Bonnarens
3B: Gabriella Geiselhardt
HR: none

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