"We dug ourselves a hole in the first inning," said St. Dom's coach Dan Samson.
"Then you can't play the waiting game.You've got to come out swinging."
That was just what Woodward and the Knights wanted.Narraguagus was perfect in the field, highlighted by a great Amanda Barbee catch in center on a Pleau drive in the second.Woodward, Maine's Gatorade Softball Player of the Year, allowed just one hit, a Meredith Staszak infield hit in the sixth, and she
struck out seven.
"We made more mistakes in the first inning than we made all year long," said Samson
."They're a good team.They came prepared."
"They're 19-1," said Samson
."They're a good team.They don't get here by not hitting the ball."
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