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SCCA Stallions play first home game against Westwood

The Spring Creek Charter Academy Stallions played their first home game on August 18, at Bill Reynolds Sports Complex against Westwood.

Coach Anna Barber said Chloe McCook started the game pitching, where she faced nine batters in the first inning. Westwood was able to get several hits off McCook, however she struck out two batters.

During the second inning, Morgan Rich relieved McCook and began pitching. Rich faced four batters with zero scoring runs off of her. While in the second inning, Madison Whitley and Destiny Fillingame made two outs at first base.

Whitley began pitching in the third inning, where Westwood scored five runs.

Although the first two innings started off slow for SCCA, Barber said the team finally put runners on base during the third inning.

Westwood’s pitcher walked player, Kallie Alderman and Loghan Thompson, loading the bases, when Whitley hit a ground ball to second base, ending the inning and game.

Barber said the team was run-ruled in the third inning, but the team is still learning and continuing to grow.

They will play again on September 10 against Whigham at 4 p.m. in Whigham.