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Area Softball: Pequot Lakes forces Game 2 but falls in section final

Area softball roundup from June 2

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WAITE PARK — Kaitlyn Geschwill struck out nine and had two hits in a 8-7 win for the Pequot Lakes Patriots in Game One, but the Patriots lost Game Two 11-2 to St. Cloud Cathedral in the Section 6-2A Championship Thursday, June 2.

In Game One, Morgan Eckes ripped a double. Abi Martin had three hits with Brea Eckes, Kelsi Martini and Maci Martini each with two hits.

In Game Two, Kelsi Martini, Morgan Eckes and Geschwill each went 2-for-4. Geschwill pitched five innings and struck out four. Morgan Eckes pitched two innings and struck out four.

The Patriots finish their season 22-5.

Game One

Pequot Lakes 8 16 1

Cathedral 7 6 3

WP: Kaitlyn Geschwill. 2B: PL-Morgan Eckes.

Game Two

Pequot Lakes 2 9 6

Cathedral 11 5 0

LP: Kaitlyn Geschwill. Overall: PL 22-5.

Rocori 25, Little Falls 6

COLLEGEVILLE — Little Falls’ Kendra Couture had two RBIs as the Flyers lost to the top-seeded Rocori Spartans 25-6 in the section 8-3A Championship Thursday, June 2, at University of St. Ben’s.

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Victoria Gottwalt also had two RBIs in the loss for the Flyers.

Little Falls finishes its season 12-12.

Little Falls 6 7 7

Rocori 25 18 1

LP: Korrin Gwost. Overall: LF 12-12.

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