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Blue Devils' bid for Midland A title falls short
As a general rule, when you play for a league championship against a quality opponent, you'd like to bring your "A" game.
The Leominster High softball team didn't, and the result was predictable.
Marlboro High jumped out to a 7 2 lead after two innings and cruised to a 12 5 win on Saturday at the Lassie League complex. The win gave Marlboro its first Midland A championship since 2009 and left Leominster coach Tricia Nicholson to ponder an opportunity lost.
"It's a little frustrating, a little disappointing," said Nicholson, who watched her team commit three errors, including two in the first two innings. "You want to be the team that just comes here and takes it. Today, (Marlboro) played better and they took the win."
Marlboro pounded out 14 hits in the win. But it was timely hitting that was the key for the visiting Panthers, as they made the Blue Devils pay dearly for each of their mistakes. An error by freshman shortstop Brianna Barry helped Marlboro load the bases in the first inning and Julia Brooks sliced a three run triple down the right field line to give the Panthers the early lead.
Brooks scored on a groundout to make it 4 0.
Leading 7 2 in the top of the fifth, Marlboro loaded the bases again against Leominster pitcher Annie Thomas, thanks in part to a miscue by Thomas, herself. "Getting that kind of run support early for Emily (Woodworth) was important. It allowed her to relax and just pitch her game."
Leominster managed just five hits against Woodworth, who shook off the first inning jitters to pitch a strong game. She managed just three strikeouts, but was backed by some strong defensive play.
"We just couldn't find the holes," said Nicholson. "We hit some shots today, but they were right at people."
The Blue Devils scored twice in the first inning when Panthers third baseman Jenni Jackson made a bad throw on a groundball by Cheyenne Frost. Devon Joyce and Thomas scored on the play to make it 4 2.
Frost reached on a walk and scored in the fourth when Barry reached on an error. Lexi Maldonado added an RBI single in the fifth.
Joyce scored the final run for Leominster. She singled in the seventh, advanced to third on a single by Thomas and scored when the throw from the outfield was misplayed.
Leominster finishes its regular season at 12 8 overall, 6 4 in Midland A. Central Mass. tournament seedings will be announced Tuesday.
For Marlboro (12 6 overall, 7 3 Midland A), the league championship was its first in five years. The Panthers placed second to Shrewsbury in 2013, but went on to win the Central Mass. Division 1 championship over Shepherd Hill.