Scoring in each of the last three innings — including the fifth, which went to an international tiebreaker format — Cartersville ended up deadlocked with the Lady Blue Devils at 9-all, unofficially, after five innings of play. Holsomback applauded his team’s resiliency and came away impressed with his first-year players, who could make their season debuts next weekend against North Murray.
“I think we learned a lot about some areas we need to work on and improve upon but, you know, some freshmen sort of surprised me, so that’s good to see,” he said. “And the biggest thing is when we were down, we never gave up and we came back every single time, so that’s huge already.”
After taking a two-run lead in the first inning, the Lady Canes found themselves in a huge hole as Marietta scored eight unanswered runs to seize control of the game.
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