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Durant jumped on Riverview early and coasted to an 11-6 victory to remain undefeated.
By JUSTIN DARGAHI
Published March 15, 2007
RIVERVIEW - Durant jumped on Riverview early and coasted to an 11-6 victory to remain undefeated.
The Cougars never trailed Wednesday as they received huge performances at the plate from Brittany Crabb, Kristen Jones and Kelly Jones.
Durant 12-0 started scoring in the second inning. Catcher Kristen Jones opened the inning with a single. With one out, Erika Wetherington, Kelly Jones and Crabb hit consecutive singles to give Durant a 2-0 lead. They added two more in the next inning and the rout was on.
After Riverview (7-6) cut it to 4-1 with a run in the fourth, Durant answered with five of its own in the fifth to knock Sharks starting pitcher Katie Gwinn out of the game.
Kelly Jones led the Cougars' powerful lineup with three RBIs and reached base four times. Kristen Jones reached base all five times she went to the plate and finished with a double, two singles and two walks. Crabb went 5-for-6 and scored three runs.
Sharks ace Sara Demuth got her ninth win in the complete-game effort. She wasn't at her best but got the big out when she needed to. She struck out six, walked one and got tagged for 12 hits.
Riverview third baseman Ashley Schmitt went 3-for-4 in the losing effort. Danielle Gwosdz added a two-run triple in the sixth to make it 9-5.