BCHS moves to 8-2

Battery Creek beat Bluffton 8-2 in a high school softball game on Wednesday night. With the win, Battery Creek improved to 8-2.

Battery Creek pitcher Alexis Ortiz turned in another solid performance, working a complete game and notching the win. Ortiz allowed only six hits as she claimed her eighth straight win in the 2016 season.

The Dolphins flourished both offensively and defensively in the matchup against longtime high school softball rival Bluffton.  Pacing the Dolphins offensively, Julianna Greer provided two hits, one RBI and one run. Jessica Shipley, another key player for the Battery Creek softball program, delivered a two-run single in the third inning. Also providing a lift at the plate for the Dolphins, consistent batter Journeigh Doray singled, walked and scored two runs in the winning effort.

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