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Hot Streak Continues for Lady Scots

Lookout Mountain, GA- Chelsea Krafft threw a one-hitter in game one of today's match-up against Bluefield College (6-20, 0-14 AAC).  In game two, she threw 85 pitches (56 for strikes), and the Lady Scots tallied two more wins to their now 6-24 record.

Centerfielder Christine Core went 3 for 7 on the day with an RBI and a run scored.  Her RBI base hit to right-center in the bottom of the third was the difference in game one until the Lady Scots tagged on 4 more runs on 4 hits in the bottom of the sixth to open up the lead and provide Krafft with some breathing room.

Jenny Keener and Kimi Peebles each had 2 RBIs off base hits in the rally which put Covenant on top 5-0, the game's eventual final score.

In game two, Bluefield took the early lead, scoring 2 runs on 3 hits in the top of the first, but Covenant's offense answered in the bottom half with 3 runs of their own.  After back-to-back hits and a walk, a Bluefield error helped score two, and Courtney Wagoner followed with a sacrifice that punched across Covenant's third run.

Krafft allowed only one more hit through the remaining six innings as the Lady Scots cruised to the 3-2 victory, their sixth in the last seven games.

The lone defeat came in Barbourville, Kentucky Tuesday night against the Lady Bulldogs of Union College (15-13, 7-5 AAC).   Despite a commanding 8-4 victory in game one, the Lady Scots' momentum slowed at the hands of Union starter Sarah Driver (9-5), who allowed only two base-runners in her complete game shut-out.

In game one at Union, Core, Kim Cuticchia, and Beth Harris each had two hits and two runs.  Harris also batted in 3 of the team's 8 runs.

The Lady Scots play a doubleheader against Judson College Friday afternoon at 4:00pm.  They will then be on the road Saturday but will return home for the last game of the regular season against Maryville College April 20th.