WINDSOR - For the first time this season, the Bristol Eastern softball team was dealt a loss on Friday, a 6-2 defeat at the hands of Windsor.
The Warriors scored three runs each in the bottom of the third and fourth innings, while the Lancers were only able to muster a run in the third and another in the sixth.
No Bristol Eastern batter had more than one hit in the contest and five went hitless. Makenzie Jankowski had the best day at the plate for the Lancers, going 1-for-4 with a triple and a run scored.
It was also Erin Girard’s first loss in the circle after she pitched six innings, giving up all six earned runs on eight hits but striking out seven strikeouts.
The Lancers are 4-1 on the season after the loss, while Windsor stays unblemished at 2-0.
St. Paul 4, Seymour 3: The Falcons won three singles matches to make up for losing two of three in doubles to take down the Wildcats.
Tori Kilbourne at No. 1, Katie Pauloz at No. 2 and Sophia Penisse at No. 3 singles each picked up wins, combining to lose only two games. Pauloz and Penisse each shut out their opponents.
Lizzy Etter and Ximena Varela-Marin teamed up to form St. Paul’s No. 2 doubles pair on Thursday and they earned the Falcons’ only doubles victory, beating their opponents 8-6.
The win was St. Paul’s third of the season and it is now 3-1 on the season. Seymour has only one win, owning a 1-4 record.
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