Softball Openers: Tate Shuts Out Pine Forest; Northview Shuts Out Freeport

February 20, 2019

Northview 8, Freeport 0
Northview 9, Freeport 2 (JV)

Northview led with a run in the first, then powered ahead with four in the bottom of the second as the Chiefs defeated Freeport 8-0  in their season opener Tuesday night in Bratt.

Tori Herrington pitched seven strikeouts while going 2-3 at the plate. For Northview: Aubree Love 2-3, Payton Glchrist 1-2, Nevaeh Brown 1-1, RBI, Kaitlin Watson 1-3, Heather Knowles 1-4.

The junior varsity Northview Chiefs beat the Freeport Bulldogs 9-2.

Northview will host the Flomaton Hurricanes Thursday at 4:00 for JV and 6:00 for varsity.

For a photo gallery from Northview vs. Freeport, click here.

Tate 15, Pine Forest 0

The Tate Aggies shut out Pine Forest Tuesday night in their season opener at home.

Avery Beuchaine earned the win for the Aggies, striking out nine in three innings.

For Tate: Shelby McLean 1-3, R, RBI; Amber Decoux 2-2, 2R, 2RBI; Avery Beuchaine 3-3, 3B, R, RBI; Madison Cawby 1-1, 2B, R, RBI; Ryleigh Cawby 2-3,  2R, 2RBI; Cam Wolfenden 1-2, R: Gabby Locke, 1-1, R; Abbie Burks 1-1, R, 2RBI.

On Thursday, Tate will host Washington.

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