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CUMMIN 2 CUM CLIPS ANGELS, 13-10

Comebacks were in order Friday night at Emile Griffith Park in the Donald O. Senthill Softball League women's championship. Cummin 2 Cum rebounded from the whipping they received Thursday night to clip the Angels' wings in game two, 13-10.
The Angels scored quickly with one run in the top of the first inning. Cummin 2 Cum let their bats do the talking as they answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning to take a 3-1 lead.
The offense continued to flow as the Angels rallied back with three runs of their own in the top of the second inning. Cummin 2 Cum's manager Allen "Soop" Brown quickly got the hook out and pulled his starting pitcher, Colette Morris, after she loaded the bases on walks.
Relief pitcher Geralda Williams could not stop the walked players from scoring but she did not allow the Angels to score any additional runs. Cummin 2 Cum once again answered with a four run outburst in the bottom of the second inning.
The Angels rallied back to bring the score of the game to within one run, 11-10, going into the bottom of the sixth inning. But Cummin 2 Cum's Gail Christopher smashed a 2-run home run to cap the scoring and give her team their three-run winning margin.
For Cummin 2 Cum, Lynnia Liburd was the offensive leader in going four for four at the plate. Laura Isaac and Williams contributed with three hits in four at-bats each. Chanika Brathwaite led the Angel's offence with a two for three performance. Teammate Toni Whitehead duplicated her Thursday night performance with another two hits in three at-bats.
Williams picked up the victory for her relief efforts. Gail Joseph absorbs the loss for the Angels. Joseph noted that "The team played flat, dead. They started to argue with each other before the game started."
The best of seven female championship series is now tied at 1-1. Game three of the championship series will be at 9:30 p.m. Monday night. The series will be aired live on WVWI, Radio One, 1000 AM.

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Comebacks were in order Friday night at Emile Griffith Park in the Donald O. Senthill Softball League women's championship. Cummin 2 Cum rebounded from the whipping they received Thursday night to clip the Angels' wings in game two, 13-10.
The Angels scored quickly with one run in the top of the first inning. Cummin 2 Cum let their bats do the talking as they answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning to take a 3-1 lead.
The offense continued to flow as the Angels rallied back with three runs of their own in the top of the second inning. Cummin 2 Cum's manager Allen "Soop" Brown quickly got the hook out and pulled his starting pitcher, Colette Morris, after she loaded the bases on walks.
Relief pitcher Geralda Williams could not stop the walked players from scoring but she did not allow the Angels to score any additional runs. Cummin 2 Cum once again answered with a four run outburst in the bottom of the second inning.
The Angels rallied back to bring the score of the game to within one run, 11-10, going into the bottom of the sixth inning. But Cummin 2 Cum's Gail Christopher smashed a 2-run home run to cap the scoring and give her team their three-run winning margin.
For Cummin 2 Cum, Lynnia Liburd was the offensive leader in going four for four at the plate. Laura Isaac and Williams contributed with three hits in four at-bats each. Chanika Brathwaite led the Angel's offence with a two for three performance. Teammate Toni Whitehead duplicated her Thursday night performance with another two hits in three at-bats.
Williams picked up the victory for her relief efforts. Gail Joseph absorbs the loss for the Angels. Joseph noted that "The team played flat, dead. They started to argue with each other before the game started."
The best of seven female championship series is now tied at 1-1. Game three of the championship series will be at 9:30 p.m. Monday night. The series will be aired live on WVWI, Radio One, 1000 AM.