Keaton Perry was called for throwing illegal pitches on two different occasions, and Notre Dame coach Jon Perry was ejected from the game in the bottom of the fifth for arguing the second illegal pitch call.
With Notre Dame leading 1-0 early in the game, Jon Perry
argued Brefka shouldn't have been working the game because he
was behind the plate in the Falcons' split-class final win over Little Falls on Wednesday.
"From what I've been told, he
can't work the same team two games in a row," Perry
On the illegal pitches, Jon Perry
said Brefka told him Keaton Perry was lifting her right foot off the pitching rubber and moving it forward before throwing the ball.
absence might have rattled the Jugglers because he
calls the pitches and the responsibility then fell to freshman catcher Delaney Tierney.
rallied after Jon Perry
left the field, getting out of a bases-loaded jam with one out in the fifth.
"We made more mistakes today," said Jon Perry
team's three errors.