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Errors Plague Falcons

May 11, 2011

Emi Pare, Katie Ste. Marie, and Emily Pecue hold up a quilt that will be raffled off during Saturdays "Strike Out Cancer" game against St. Johnsbury. (File Photo Mike Olmstead)

BARRE– The North Country girls string of error filled games continued on Tuesday when they lost 8-3 to the Crimson Tide of Spaulding.
The 5th and 6th innings wee exceptionally rough for the Falcons, as five errors and four out of the Tide's seven hits produced six of the teams eight runs, and ultimately helped sink North Country.
If you take away those six runs, and combine that with the three run top of the seventh for the Falcons, you might be talking about a win for the kids from the kingdom instead of a frustrating loss for Coach Dunn's girls.
"We struggled, but we did rally, so at least we ended the game on a positive note," said Dunn.
Katie Ste. Marie was two for four for North Country with two RBI's, and Anna Ghelli had the other RBI on Tuesday.
Kayla Descheneau went the distance for the Falcons, striking out five while walking three.
North Country will look to tighten up their defense against BFA St. Albans today when they square off at 4:30 at NCIHS.

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