Storm rains on Eagles

Siren/Webster’s Daisy Dorn comes across home plate, scoring a run in the second inning of the Storm’s 17-7 win over the Unity Eagles last Tuesday.

SIREN––The Siren-Webster Storm came from behind and defeated the Unity Eagles 17-7 last Tuesday night in an exciting win for the locals.

“I'm super, super proud of them,” said head coach Tina Karsten. “Our first inning was really rough. But after talking to them, they completely came out of it, did what they needed to do, and continued to fight.”

The Eagles scored four runs in their half of the first. With one out, an error, a fielders choice, two singles, another error and another single produced those runs.

In inning two, a single, an error, a passed ball and a couple ground outs pushed two more in.

The Storm got their first run in their half of the first. With one out, Emma Zmuda tripled and scored on a passed ball.

A hit batsman, four walks, a single, an error and a passed ball produced three in the second inning for the Storm.

Four runs were scored in the Storm third. Four walks and two singles helped the scoring to take place.

Five walks and a single played a part in the three run fourth inning.

Eight consecutive walks by Eagle pitching, along with an error scored six for the Storm and enabled the team to get up by 10 and record the win.

Zmuda had the hot bat for S-W going two for three from the plate with an RBI.

“Maddie (Nichols) pitched really good tonight. They (Unity) got some hits early, but she kept fighting through it.”

“We played well together tonight and it was a real team win. Things are starting to come together. It was exciting to see the double play (in the third inning) and we tried some things on offense. We tried a squeeze play, but it didn't turn out the way we wanted.”

“I'm really proud of the girls,” she concluded.