Tahlequah Daily Press

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March 29, 2013

Still one-sided

Tahlequah continues its slowpitch dominance over county rival Sequoyah with a doubleheader sweep.

(Continued)

Tahlequah 9, Sequoyah 2 (1st game)

Tahlequah amassed 20 hits and scored in all but two innings to open the day with a win.

The Lady Tigers started with a three-run first inning to zap any early momentum for Sequoyah.

“I don’t think they play from behind well,” Cloud said of Sequoyah. “If they jump on you, they’re pretty tough. And that’s one of those deals that we talked about before we got here.”

Every player in Tahlequah’s lineup either got a hit, scored a run or drove in a run. Britney Johnson tallied four hits for the Lady Tigers, while Wallace recorded two RBIs in the lower half of Tahlequah’s batting order.

Megan Towie was the only Sequoyah player to drive in a run. She did so with a RBI single in the fourth inning.

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