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  News: BANTAM NATIONALS DAY 1  
 

Wednesday, July 29
BANTAM NATIONALS DAY 1

The Bantam Phillies dropped their opening game 5-0 to the Kitchener Klassics (Ontario # 1).  In the top of the 1st, Kitchener got their 1st batter on from a misplayed bunt, and then scored her on another error in the outfield. Phillies threatened in the 2nd with hits from Beckett and Griffin but failed to score. In the 4th Kitchener scored 2 more as a leadoff double and a single scored on an overthrow at 3rd. In the 5th Kitchener again scored as a double and another overthrow resulted in a run. In the 6th Klassics rounded out the scoring with 1 more, as a leadoff walk, stolen base, passball and a sacfly came in to hurt the Phillies. Interlake never mounted much offence only getting 3 hits all singles from Griffin, Studler and Beckett. Regan Lawrence took the loss, walking one, fanning 4, and giving up 5 hits. Klassics did not score an earned run. Phillies made 5 errors in the game and 5 Phillies struck out. Phillies now meet Quebec #2 at 8:30 tonight.

Game 2vs Quebec#2 Phillies defeated Quebec 5-4 in a thriller. Kwasnitza led off in the 1st with a 3 bagger and then scored on a RBI from Cowie. Quebec tied it in the bottom of the inning when a lead off walk, wild pitch, and a stolen base coupled with a fielder's choice led to 1 run. The 2nd was uneventful with the Quebec pitcher and Dixon both striking out the side. In the 3rd Kwasnitza singled and Beckett sac-bunted her to 2nd. Cowie hit a 2 out single to score her, and then scored herself on a RBI double from Hailey Unger. Quebec hit a 1 out triple in the bottom of the inning but Dixon fanned the next two to stop any damage. The 4th was again quiet, but in the 5th Kwasnitza singled, Beckett legged out a bunt, and a wild pitch put Kwasnitza on 3rd. A sac-fly from Studler then scored Kwasnitza, to make it 4-1. In the bottom of 5 a lead off walk,  a single and 2 more walks led to 1 run. Lawrence now came in to pitch and a fielder's choice scored 1 and an error led to another.  The score was now tied after 5 innings. In the 6th Sarah Griffin singled to leadoff and was moved to 2nd on a bunt from Lawrence. Kristin McMahon then came in to pinch hit and quickly drove a ball through the infield to score Griffin.  Lawrence allowed a walk in the 6th but that was all. In the 7th Phillies went 3 up 3 down. In the bottom of the inning Quebec drew a leadoff walk,and then sac-bunted her to 2nd. The next batter fanned to leave 2 out. The clean up batter was next and she singled hard to centre. Griffin then threw to the plate and caught the runner coming home at the plate for the out and the win. Dixon fanned 8, and allowed 3 hits and 4 walks. Lawrence fanned 4 and gave up 1 hit and 2 walks. Hitting for the Phillies were Kwasnitza with 3 (and 3 runs) Cowie with 2 and Unger, Griffin, Lawrence, and McMahon with 1 each. 

Day 2

Phillies met Regina this AM. In the 1st inning both sides went 3up 3 down. In the 2nd inning Phillies had 2 runners via a walk and an error that put runners at 2nd and 3rd, with 1 out, but a popup on a suicide squeeze and a strikeout ended the threat. Lazers again went out in order in the 2nd. In the 3rd, McMahon got a leadoff walk, and advanced to 2nd on a sac, and to 3rd on a ground out. She then scored on a wild pitch. Lawrence again retired Regina in order. The 4th saw Phillies get 1 runner on a walk,but that was all. In the bottom of 4, Lazers 1st batter tripled to right. The next batter hit to 3rd and the throw to home was wild scoring one and leaving the batter at 2nd with none out. A  groundout advanced the runner to 3rd, and another fielder's choice made it 2-1. In the 5th Phillies only got a walk, and Regina got 1 hit. In the 6th Phillies went out in order but with 1 out, Regina doubled and Phillies misjudged another ball scoring 1 and leaving another at 2nd. An infield error scored another making it 4-1. In the top of the 7th, Unger singled, followed by 1 out singles from Lawrence and Anderson. Anderson scored one but that was it and Phillies lose 4-2. Phillies had 4 walks and 3 hits, one each from Anderson, Lawrence and Unger. Lawrence gave up 4 hits and no walks, fanning 4.  Game 2. Phillies met Brampton Blazers in the 2nd game of the day. Phillies jumped out 1-0 in the 1st on a drag bunt from Kwasnitza that moved to 2nd on a sacbunt. Studler then singled to move her to 3rd. Cowie then hit a sacfly to score the run. Dixon retired the side in order the 1st 2 innings, but in the 3rd Brampton doubled and then hit a 1 out single followed by 2 more singles to go up 2-1. Brampton threatened in the 4th with 2 baserunners but failed to capitalize. The 5th was quiet as was the 6th other than Studler getting stranded after a double. In the 7th an error and a single put two on with nobody out for Brampton. A 1 out single scored 1, followed by a sacfly scoring another. Sarah Griffin threw another one out at the plate after a single to centre. In the bottom of the 7th Phillies managed 1 hit that from Lawrence who hit a pinch hit single. Phillies lose 4-1.  Phillies had 6 hits with Studler getting 3, and Kwasnitza, Lawrence, and Griffin getting 1 each. Dixon allowed 11 hits and 2 walks and fanned 5.

DAY #3 Phillies met Calgary Rockies in the 1st game of todays schedule. Lawrence retired the side in order in the 1st. Phillies came to bat in the 1st and Kwasnitza drew a leadoff walk. She reached 2nd on a sacbunt and Studler singled to leave runners at 1st and 3rd. A wild pitch put Kwasnitza in and Phllies led 1-0. In the 2nd a leadoff double and a pass ball put a runner at 3 with none out.

The batter hit a comebacker to 3 and the throw to the plate sailed and the runner scored and the batter went to 2nd. An error at ss put runners at 1st and 3rd and a pass ball scored the runner. Calgary led 2-1. The Phillies went out in order in the 2nd, as did Calgary in the top of 3. In the bottom of the inning McMahon singled and Studler was hit by a pitch but Interlake failed to score. In the 4th Calgary had 2 baserunners via a single and an error, but they also failed to score. Lawrence singled in the 4th but that was all. In the 5th Calgary went out in order, and Phillies got a single from Beckett. Calgary went out again in order in the 6th, and Cowie got a single but again no more. In the 7th a single and a triple that dropped down the 1st base line scored to make the score 3-1. Phillies had a walk and a hit batter in the 7th but could not solve the Calgary pitcher. Phillies had 5 hits and 2 walks, and 2 hit batters. Lawrence gave up  4 hits and did not issue a walk, while fanning 6. Phillies lose 3-1.

Sitting at 1 win and 4 losses Phillies now met Richmond Islanders (BC2) who sat at 4-1. BC got a single in the 1st, but no more. Phillies went out in order. In the 2nd a leadoff double was thrown out at 3, after the runner attempted to go to 3 on a bloop single. Dixon struck out he next 2 batters to end the threat.  Unger doubled in the 2nd but again Phillies stranded her. In the 3rd a lead off walk, a sacbunt and an error made it 1-0 for BC. Phillies went out in order on 3 strikeouts. BC went out in order in the  4th, but Studler singled and went to 2nd on a pass ball. Cowie then singled scoring her and tying the game. In the 5th both sides were out in order. In the 6th BC singled and then got a 2nd runner on yet another Phillie error. Three straight outs stopped the threat and preserved the tie. Beckett singled in the 6th but no further damage was done. The 7th saw Phillies allow 1 runner on via error. Unger singled in the bottom but was stranded. In the 8th in the Int’l  tiebreaker BC’s 1st batter was called out on a double hit out of the box. The next batter hit to RF and  Morgan Dyregrov ( the Balmoral Bazooka)  caught the ball and threw to 3rd on a rope for the doubleplay. Phillies came to bat in the 8th with Anderson at 2nd. Lindsey Dixon executed a perfect push bunt and the 2nd baseman went to 1st leaving a huge hole that the ball rolled through scoring Anderson from 2nd and giving the Phillies a 2-1 win. Dixon went all the way fanning 5 and allowing 1 walk and 4 hits. Phillies had no walks and 6 hits, 2 from Unger and 1 each from Beckett, Studler, Cowie, and Dixon.  Phillies still have life as at 2-4 there is a 4 way tie for 2 playoff spots. Details pending on this. Phillies now play Quebec in a tiebreaker at 10AM. The winner meets Alberta for 4th Place in the playoff Round.

Saturday tiebreaker vs Quebec. In the 1st inning Lawrence allowed 1 hit and fanned 3. Studler doubled for the Phillies but 2 out but was stranded. With one out in the 2nd Quebec safely bunted and then reached third on a safe fielder's choice. A suicide squeeze scored the runner. A ground out and strikeout ended the inning with Quebec leading by one. In the bottom Lawrence singled with 2 out and McMahon got on via an error. Dixon was then hit by a pitch to load the bases. Kwasnitza then hit a hard liner that was caught in centre. In the 3rd Quebec managed a single, Phillies came to bat and Beckett and Studler both singled. Cowie then singled scoring one. Unger singled again to load the bases. Griffin then hit a sacfly to LF to score another. Lawrence attempted to squeeze in Cowie but miscued and in the ensuing rundown Cowie scored. Two groundouts ended the inning with Phillies up 3-1. The 4th saw a single from Quebec and a walk and a hit from Studler but no scoring. In the 5th a 1 out single, and then a ground out to ss put 2 out, and the ensuing throw on the runner at 3rd from 1st base was wide scoring one. A 2 out single and a stolen base put a runner on 2nd. Quebec then doubled to centre scoring one. Quebec then bunted and 1st was overthrown when no one covered scoring another. Phillies got a walk in the 5th but no more.The 6th saw a single from Quebec and nothing from Interlake. In the 7th both sides went out in order. Quebec wins 4-3. Phillies are finished for the 2009 Nationals. Phillies had 7 hits with Studler going 3 for 3, Beckett, Cowie, Unger, and Lawrence had 1 each. Phillies also had 2 walks and 1 hit batter. Lawrence fanned 12 and did not allow a walk. Quebec had 8 hits.


   
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