(Byfield MA) Sometimes hard work doesn’t pay off.
But it did for Triton this afternoon.
The Vikings struck Amesbury pitching for twelve hits and a 9-2 win on Thursday afternoon.
“We hit every day,” explained Triton coach Dave Dupere afterwards. “Almost an hour and twenty minutes and it shows.”
The loss dropped the Indians (8-1) from the undefeated ranks.
“To be perfectly honest, we got beat by a better team today,” said AHS coach Jacquie Waters.
Emilhy Karvielis – 2 hits, 4 rbi
The Vikings (10-1) jumped on Indians’ starter Liv DeLong for four runs on five hits in the first inning. RBI by senior Emily Karvielis (2), senior Colleen McCarthy (1), and junior Eve Paicos (1) sparked the fast start.
Junior Katherine Quigley tossed a 4-hitter and retired the Indians in order in the first, fourth, and sixth innings.
“I have been shooting the strong-hitting teams inside fastballs this season,” said Katherine. “Today Fay (catcher) was calling for outside pitches and they were hungry for them. It worked to our advantage.”
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