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Madison Softball Team Looking To Stay In The Race

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/25/2013

The Madison softball team under first year coach Tim Niswander has won nine of their first 12 games and stand at 4-2 in the Ohio Cardinal Conference after a tough 2-0 loss to Lexington on Tuesday.  Madison's Paige Carper took the loss despite giving up only two hits to Lady Lex.  The Rams didn't help themselves by committing four errors in the field. 

Madison did come up with seven hits, but was unable to plate any base runners.  Heading into this week, the Rams Paige Carper, Chase Carper and Liz Sutter were amoung the area's best in batting average at .538, .531 and .472 respectively.  As a team Madison is hitting over .300.  Paige Carper is also one of the area leaders in home runs with two and rbi's with 15.  Teammate Sarah Cook is right behind with 14.  Carper also has seven wins as a pitcher.

Despite the loss to Lex, the Rams are just a game back of first with another game against Lexington coming up, plus games against Orrville, Wooster and Ashland coming up.

   
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