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A 22-4 final score says a lot about the Louisville Cardinals’ hitting on Sunday evening. Or it may say a lot about the Ohio pitching. Either way, with a loss, Ohio leaves the Red and Black Classic having won only one of its last 11 games.
Savannah Jo Dorsey started the game on the mound and was not able to get a single out. She surrendered six runs on four hits, with five of the runs being earned.
Lauren McClary produced what was one of the worst outings for an Ohio pitcher in recent memory, as she was shelled for 16 runs (only seven of which were earned) on 14 hits.
Dorsey fell to 10-8 in the loss. McClary and Dorsey’s ERAs both took major hits from this game.
Ohio committed three errors to help the Cardinals’ cause, which compounded the misery for the Bobcats who gave up the 22 runs on a total of 18 hits.
Alexandria Basquez drove in two with a home run in the first inning. Dakota Pyles scored two of Ohio’s four runs in the loss.