Erin Dow came up big at the dish and in the circle, leading the Seminole County Lady Indians to a 18-0 softball win over Brooks County on Tuesday.
Dow racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Lady Indians. She singled in the third and fifth innings.
Dow, who also pitched for Seminole County, kept Brooks County off the scoreboard for all five innings she was on the rubber. She pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on two hits while ringing up four.
Eight runs in the opening three innings allowed the Lady Indians to easily put away Brooks County. A groundout by Dow and an error in the first inning supplied the early offense for the Lady Indians.
Seminole County easily handled Brooks County pitching as seven hitters combined for nine hits, 12 RBIs and 14 runs scored.
Brooks’ Brittany Stearman was charged with the loss. She allowed 18 runs in five innings, walked five and struck out two.
The Lady Indians increased their lead with six runs in the third. The inning looked promising, as Dow singled, plating Carlee Burke to kick things off.
The Lady Indians added three more runs in the top of the fourth. A error scored Dow and Mary Beth Childree to get the Lady Indians on the board in the inning.
The Lady Indians built upon their lead with seven runs in the fifth. Zibiah Arline kicked things off with a single, bringing home Danmya Williams. That was followed up by Dow’s single, plating Arline.
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