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DSS wins twice; Meadows throws No-Hitter
Nederlands
HAARLEM / ALKMAAR / VLEUTEN (Neth.) - DSS, which makes its comeback in the highest league this season, registered its first two victories by nipping Gryphons today (Saturday, April 26). DSS had scored only one run in its previous four games when it faced the powerhouse teams of Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels and Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem, but today scored 11. Playing at home, DSS won the opener vs. Gryphons 3-2 on a walk-off double by Kim Scholtes. DSS then also won Game 2, 8-7, after trailing 5-3 in the third inning. DSS then added five runs, including three batted in by Kim Scholtes. Gryphons now has lost five of the six games it played.

Lindsey Meadows threw a 7-inning No-Hitter in the opening game of FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem against Centrals. Olympia Haarlem won 4-0, then needed only four innings to win 11-1 in the next game on 12 hits, including three by Lisanne van den Berg.

Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels shutout Alcmaria Victrix 10-0 in its opener to register its fifth consecutive shutout-win since the start of the season. With this, it equaled the record which Terrasvogels itself set in 2007. Kate Gentile homered in the 5-inning first game. Terrasvogels then led only 1-0 after five innings in Game 2, but went on to win 5-2.

Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem initially couldn't shake off UVV in the opener of their double-header. UVV erased an early 2-0 deficit and came alongside, but then Sparks Haarlem re-took the lead and won 6-2. In Game 2, Sparks Haarlem shutout UVV 7-0 in a 5-inning game which was highlighted by a homerun off the bat of Karin Tuk. With this, UVV has now lost all eight games it has played so far.

(April 26)




DSS vs. Gryphons
At Haarlem, DSS and Gryphons played two close games, which both ended in one-run victories for DSS. The home team trailed twice in the opener, but won 3-2 in the seventh inning on a walk-off double by Kim Scholtes. In Game 2, DSS trailed three times, but won 8-7 and this time, Scholtes contributed with a 2-run triple.

In the first game, DSS trailed 1-0 in the first and 2-1 in the sixth, but came alongside both times and won with two outs in the seventh inning.

Gryphons opened the score in the first at bat off starting pitcher Quincey Catsburg. With one out, Kiki Draaijer singled and MariŽlle Vleugels walked. An error was then made on a force play-grounder by Kelly De Lannoy, which enabled Draaijer to score. But two runners then stranded as a strikeout and flyout followed.

DSS immediately came alongside in its first inning off of MariŽlle Vleugels. Noa Brand led off with a walk, moved on a sacrifice bunt by Denice van Dijk and scored on a following single by Morgan Sampson.


...Kim Scholtes...
...walk-off double in Game 1...
...2-run triple in Game 2...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
Gryphons then left four runners in the next four innings, including one on second base. In the fifth, pinch-runner Judith van Ekeren was caught stealing at third base.

DSS got close to a run in the second inning when Eva Halman reached on an error and moved to third base on a double by Anouk Sassen. But the two then stranded, as Vleugels followed with three strikeouts. In the next three innings, DSS stranded four more runners.

Both teams then scored again in the sixth at bat. First, Gryphons re-took the lead. Emily Wiemken led off with a single and her pinch-runner Maureen van Poorten then advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Lynn Thompson. The ball was then thrown to second base trying to also eliminate Van Poorten, but ended up in the outfield, resulting in a run.

Again, DSS managed to come alongside right away in the home half of the sixth. Eva Halman led off with a single, then moved to third base when Anouk Sassen's sacrifice bunt was misplayed. With one out, the latter stole second base, then pinch-hitter Puck van der Kolk's pop-fly also ended in an error, enabling Halman to score the tying run. But DSS also stranded runners on second and third base in this at bat, meaning the score remained tied at 2-2.

In the top of the seventh, Gryphons got the bases loaded with two outs. Cindy van der Zanden reached on an error and moved on a sac-bunt by Kiki Draaijer, then Kelly de Lannoy and Emily Wiemken both walked with two outs. But the three runners were left as a flyout ended the inning.

DSS then struck in the home of the seventh. Denice van Dijk led off with a single, moved on a sac-bunt by Morgan Sampson and scored when Kim Scholtes followed with a walk-off double.

In Game 2, Gryphons failed to hold the lead three times and ended up empty-handed again.

From the beginning, it was another close game. Gryphons again opened the score in the first inning, this time with two runs off of starter Puck van der Kolk. With two outs and MariŽlle Vleugels (fielder's choice) on first base, Kelly De Lannoy walked and Erin Belles followed with an RBI-single. With runners on first and third base, De Lannoy scored when Belles was caught stealing in a rundown.

DSS reacted with two runs of its own off of MariŽlle Vleugels, who again started for Gryphons. The team from Rosmalen currently has to do without Maltese/Canadian pitcher Shannon Galea, who had to return to Canada for work reasons and family circumstances, but she will rejoin the team later in the season. Besides that, pitcher Britt Draaijer is recovering from a shoulder-injury, while Vleugels also is still recovering from an injury. In a few weeks, the pitching staff of Gryphons will be expanded again when Emma Holden arrives. The team then also will add Swedish-born infielder Kehli Washington to the squad.


...Morgan Sampson...
...3 Hits in Game 1...
...2 Runs in Game 2...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
In the first DSS at bat, Noa Brand led off with a single and moved on a sac-bunt by Denice van Dijk, then the bases got loaded with two outs when Kim Scholtes and Eva Halman walked. Next, Anouk Sassen and Madelon Paauwe also walked to bring in two runs and tie the score. Three runners then were left behind when a strikeout ended the at bat.

In the second inning, Gryphons re-took the lead when Kiki Draaijer reached on an error and went on to score when another error (with one out) was made on a grounder by Emily Wiemken. A double play ended the inning.

Again, DSS came alongside in the home half. Tessa Hoekstra and Noa Brand began with singles and advanced on another successful sac-bunt by Denice van Dijk. A sacrifice fly by Morgan Sampson then made it 3-3.

In the third, Gryphons took the lead for the third time, again scoring with two outs. Cindy van der Zanden led off with a single and scored on a 2-out single by Kelly De Lannoy, who herself scored later on a single by Erin Belles.

This time, DSS left a runner in its home half, but then tied the score for the third time in the fourth at bat. With one out, Denice van Dijk tripled. Next batter Morgan Sampson was then walked intentionally to create a force play. Moments later, she stole second base and when an errant throw followed, Van Dijk scored. Next, Kim Scholtes singled to bring in Sampson and make it a 5-5 score.

After a scoreless fifth inning, DSS struck with three runs in the sixth at bat, highlighted by two back-to-back triples. Noa Brand led off with a walk, but was forced out on a hit to rightfield by Denice van Dijk. Morgan Sampson then walked and Kim Scholtes then followed with a 2-run triple to make it 7-5. Moments later, Eva Halman also tripled. That brought in Scholtes and a new pitcher, as Jasmijn Besselink took over for Vleugels.

The game was close to get a tie score again in the top of the seventh inning. Emily Wiemken led off with a single, then her pinch-runner Charlotte Drijvers moved on a grounder and a wild pitch. Cindy van der Zanden then walked and Lynn Thompson followed with an RBI-grounder. Next, Van der Zanden also advanced to third base on a wild pitch, then scored when MariŽlle Vleugels singled. But the game then ended with a flyout, making it an 8-7 final score in favor of DSS, which won its first two games of the season.

Game 1
DSS - Gryphons 3-2
RHE
Gryphons1000010-273
DSS1000011-384
(one out when winning run was scored in the seventh inning)
pitcher Gryphonsinn.SOBBHRER
MariŽlle Vleugels, L (1-2)6.182832
pitcher DSSinn.SOBBHRER
Quincey Catsburg, W (1-2)733722
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Albert Tolen, 1B-Louis Rohan.
Official Scorer-Leo van den Brun.
Play-by-Play-Hans Vleugels (Gryphons).
Time-1:59 hr.

Game 2
DSS - Gryphons 8-7
RHE
Gryphons2120002-771
DSS210203X-88/td>2
pitchers Gryphonsinn.SOBBHRER
MariŽlle Vleugels, L (1-3)5.138888
Jasmijn Besselink0.2-1---
pitchers DSSinn.SOBBHRER
Puck van der Kolk4 (*)13454
Anouk Sassen, W (1-1)312322
(*) - Van der Kolk pitched to one batter in 5th inning
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Louis Rohan, 1B-Albert Tolen.
Official Scorer-Leo van den Brun.
Play-by-Play-Hans Vleugels (Gryphons).
Time-2:07 hr.




FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem vs. Centrals
At Haarlem, FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem won twice vs. Centrals, 4-0 and 11-1. In the opener, Lindsey Meadows threw a No-Hitter and in the second game, Eva Voortman held her former club to only four basehits.


...Lindsey Meadows...
...No-Hitter...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
In the first game of the day, Lindsey Meadows needed only 74 pitches to throw a 7-inning No-Hitter. The righthander struckout 12 batters and walked none. She retired the first eleven batters she faced (including seven consecutive strikeouts), but then her Perfect Game ended in the fourth inning when Casey Pomeroy reached on an error with two outs. She would be the lone runner for Centrals, as Meadows retired the next ten batters in order again.

Olympia Haarlem took a 2-0 lead in the first inning off of Casey Pomeroy, who went the distance for Centrals. Merel Oosterveld led off with a single, then Eva Voortman reached on an error. A single by Dinet Oosting then produced the first run, followed by a sacrifice fly with one out by Dominique Sprengers that made it 2-0.

Olympia Haarlem left two runners in the second inning, but then added a run in the third when Dinet Oosting and Lindsey Meadows led off with back-to-back doubles.

The home team reached base again in the fourth and fifth inning, but then stranded two runners. The Haarlem-squad then scored its final run in the sixth. With two outs, Suzanne Meiring singled and scored when Merel Oosterveld followed with a triple.

In Game 2, Olympia Haarlem decided the game early and led 7-0 after three innings.

Winning pitcher Eva Voortman struckout four batters and gave up four hits in her first game against her former club. Since making her debut in the Dutch big league in 2009, the lefthander pitched for Centrals in the big league. She also played for Centrals in 2012 when the team played in the second highest league after having relegated the year before.

Olympia Haarlem scored twice in the first inning off of big league-rookie Emma Bosman and it was Voortman, who was involved in both runs. Lead-off hitter Merel Oosterveld reached on an error and stole second base, then scored on a single by Voortman. She then advanced on a grounder and stole third base after Meadows had walked. When the latter was caught stealing in a run-down, Voortman scored the second run for the home team.

A 4-run rally followed in the second inning. Nikki Harte led off with a single and moved on a grounder and a single by Lisanne van den Berg. Next, Suzanne Meiring also singled to bring in Harte. With runners on first and second base and one out, an error was made on a grounder by Merel Oosterveld, which led to a run. With two outs, Meiring and Oosterveld scored on a triple by Dinet Oosting to lift the lead to 6-0.

In the third, Olympia Haarlem added its next run when Stephanie Ruiter tripled with one out and scored on a following single by Lisanne van den Berg.

Centrals then scored its lone run in the top of the fourth inning when Wishe van Heijningen homered with two outs.

In the home of the fourth inning, Olympia Haarlem again rallied for four runs to reach the 10-run difference. Eva Voortman led off with a triple (the third for Olympia in the game), then scored on a sac-fly by Dinet Oosting. Lindsey Meadows then singled, as did Nikki Harte with two outs. The last single was followed by an outfield-error, resulting in the another run, then Stephanie Ruiter and Lisanne van den Berg (who was 3-for-3) added back-to-back doubles to bring in the final two runs and end the game through the mercy-rule.

Game 1
FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem - Centrals 4-0
RHE
Centrals0000000-003
FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem201001X-481
pitcher Centralsinn.SOBBHRER
Casey Pomeroy, L (0-4)611843
pitcher Olympia Haarleminn.SOBBHRER
Lindsey Meadows, W (3-0)712----
(Lindsey Meadows throws a No-Hitter)
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Peter Vonk, 1B-Patrick Reus.
Official Scorer-Olga Lablans.
Play-by-Play-Robert Meijboom (Olympia Haarlem).
Time-1:20 hr.

Game 2
FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem - Centrals 11-1 (4 inn.)
RHE
Centrals0001 -143
FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem2414 -11120
(two outs when 10-run difference was reached in the fourth inning)
pitcher Centralsinn.SOBBHRER
Emma Bosman, L (0-1)3.2-212116
pitcher Olympia Haarleminn.SOBBHRER
Eva Voortman, W (3-0)44-411
Homerun: Centrals: Wishe van Heijningen (1)(solo,4th,off Voortman).
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Patrick Reus, 1B-Peter Vonk.
Official Scorer-Olga Lablans.
Play-by-Play-Huub Rustman (Olympia Haarlem).
Time-1:06 hr.




Alcmaria Victrix vs. Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels
At Alkmaar, Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels won twice today at Alcmaria Victrix. The reigning champion opened with a 10-0 shutout-win, then won 5-2 in the next game.


...Jessie van Aalst...
...double, triple, 5 RBI's...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
With the 10-0 win, Terrasvogels registered its fifth consecutive shutout-victory since the start of the season to equal the record it set in 2007. The scoreless streak of 31 1/3 consecutive innings ended with one out in the fifth inning of Game 2. Three persons who were involved in the record seven years ago were present today. Linda Hoenderdos, who is now one of the coaches of Terrasvogels, then was a player of the team. Also playing for Terrasvogels then was Sandra Gouverneur, who now is the Head Coach of Alcmaria Victrix. The third is Terrasvogels-player Anouk van den Heuvel, who in 2007 played for Euro Stars, which then ended the streak.

In Game 1, Terrasvogels opened the score in the first inning with three runs off of Svenja de Lincel. The first two runs were created very quickly, as the first three batters all reached on basehits. MarisŤla de Wind led off with a double, then moved on a single by Lizzie Clarijs. They then scored when Jessie van Aalst followed with a 2-run double against her former team, but she was eliminated at third base trying to stretch it into a triple. Hereafter, Anouk van den Heuvel walked, advanced on a force play-grounder (no outs) by Lisa Waasdorp and a wild pitch, then scored on a sacrifice fly by Kate Gentile to make it 3-0.

Three runs were also scored in the second inning. This time, Gabi Obia led off with a single and scored on a following triple by Myrthe Smid, who then scored herself on a grounder by MarisŤla de Wind. Next, Lizzie Clarijs also tripled and went on to score on a grounder by Jessie van Aalst to lift the lead to 6-0.

In the third inning, Kate Gentile led off with a single, moved on a walk, but then was thrown out at the plate, trying to score on a single by Myrthe Smid.

Another 3-run rally then followed in the fourth at bat. With two outs, Anouk van den Heuvel walked and Lisa Waasdorp singled, which was followed by a runscoring error. Hereafter, Kate Gentile homered to make it 9-0.

The 10-run difference was reached in the fifth inning. Myrthe Smid then walked, moved on a walk by De Wind and a grounder by Clarijs, then scored on a sac-fly by Van Aalst.


...Kate Gentile...
...3-run homerun...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
For Terrasvogels, Femke van Dusschoten threw her third shutout in a row and struckout eleven batters. She gave up only three hits to the team, where she played in 2011 and 2012 and with whom she won the Dutch championship in 2012. Two of the three hits she gave up were hit by Anne Blaauwgeers, who was her catcher while being with Alcmaria Victrix. She also was the lone Alcmaria-player to get close to a run several times. In the first inning, she led off with a walk, moved on a sac-bunt and stole third base, but stranded there. In the third, she singled with one out, but then was left on second base. And in the fifth, she bunt-singled with two outs, moved on a single by Kim Buizer and a wild pitch, but again was left at third base, as a strikeout ended the game.

Game 2 was much closer, as Terrasvogels led only 1-0 after five innings. But the team then rallied for four runs in the sixth at bat en route to a 5-2 victory.

After stranding two runners in the first inning, Terrasvogels opened the score in the second at bat off of Laura Treurniet. With two outs, Gabi Obia singled, moved on an error and scored on a single by Myrthe Smid.

Terrasvogels was then unable to take more distance in the next three innings, stranding seven runners. In the fifth, they had the bases loaded with one out, then two flyouts ended the at bat.

But in the sixth inning, Terrasvogels struck with four runs. Myrthe Smid led off with a single and moved on a sac-bunt by MarisŤla de Wind, then scored when an error followed a single by Lizzie Clarijs, who herself ended up on third base. A triple by Jessie van Aalst, single by Anouk van den Heuvel and triple by Lisa Waasdorp then increased the lead to 5-0.

Alcmaria Victrix came close to tying the score in the home of the fourth inning, but the Terrasvogels-defense prevented that. With one out, Rachel van Veen and Laura Treurniet singled. Moments later, the bases got loaded when Maaike Blaauwgeers also singled. Next, Van Veen was forced out at home and a grounder ended the inning.

In the fifth, Svenja de Lincel led off with a triple for Alcmaria, but stranded at third base.

In the home of the sixth, Alcmaria broke the scoreless inning-streak of Terrasvogels by scoring two runs. Rachel van Veen led off with a single, stole second base and moved on a wild pitch with one out, followed by a walk for Maaike Blaauwgeers. After it was throught that the lead runner was eliminated on a bunt by Brenda Beers, a throwing error followed, which led to the first run. Moments later, the home team scored another run on a sacrifice bunt by Lorraine Kieft.

But that was it for Alcmaria Victrix, as Terrasvogels-pitcher Ginger de Weert retired the side in the seventh, including two strikeouts. She had eight in the game.

Game 1
Alcmaria Victrix - Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels 0-10 (5 inn.)
RHE
Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels33031 -10101
Alcmaria Victrix00000 -031
pitcher Terrasvogelsinn.SOBBHRER
Femke van Dusschoten, W (3-0)51123--
pitcher Alcmaria Victrixinn.SOBBHRER
Svenja de Lincel, L (1-2)527101010
Homerun: Terrasvogels: Kate Gentile (1)(2-run,4th,off De Lincel).
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Rob Veldkamp, 1B-Carolien Stadhouders.
Official Scorer-Feiko Drost.
Play-by-Play-Pieter van der Ploeg.
Time-1:10 hr.

Game 2
Alcmaria Victrix - Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels 2-5
RHE
Hotel Ambassador Haarlem Terrasvogels0100040-5102
Alcmaria Victrix0000020-274
pitcher Terrasvogelsinn.SOBBHRER
Ginger de Weert, W (3-0)78172-
pitchers Alcmaria Victrixinn.SOBBHRER
Laura Treurniet, L (1-2)5.2141054
Svenja de Lincel1.121---
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Carolien Stadhouders, 1B-Rob Veldkamp.
Official Scorer-Feiko Drost.
Play-by-Play-Pieter van der Ploeg.
Time-1:56 hr.




UVV vs. Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem
At Vleuten, Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem won 6-2 and 7-0 vs. UVV. In Game 1, the game was tied 2-2 after two innings and Sparks Haarlem took some more distance from the third inning on, but added only four more runs and had to play an entire 7-inning game for the first this season. In the second game, Sparks Haarlem led 5-0 after three innings and went on to end the game in five innings through the 7-run difference mercy-rule.


...Kirsten Scheele...
...16 strikeouts...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
In the opener, Kirsten Scheele went the distance for Sparks Haarlem and struckout 16 batters. The 16 strikeouts are the most in a big league-game since Amanda Lindsey struckout 17 on June 18, 2011 while pitching for Olympia Haarlem against Twins. The last time, Kirsten Scheele struckout this much batters was on April 30, 2011, when she struckout 15 vs. Olympia Haarlem. Last season, Sparks Haarlem had only one game in which a pitcher struckout 10 batters. That also was Kirsten Scheele, who on June 15 struckout ten batters in a loss vs. Terrasvogels.

Sparks Haarlem scored twice in the first inning off of Chelsey Schoenfeldt, who went the distance for UVV. Lead-off hitter Chantal Versluis struckout, but reached on a passed ball, then advanced on a grounder by Nathalie Gosewehr, stole third base and scored when a throwing error followed. Next, Saskia Kosterink reached on an error, stole second base, moved to third when Debby Connor flied out and scored on a single by Virginie Anneveld.

UVV answered with two runs of its own off of Kirsten Scheele. With one out, Naomi Andringa struckout, but reached on a throwing error. The bases then got loaded when Stephanie Reid singled and Chelsey Schoenfeldt walked. Andringa then scored on a wild pitch and the tying run was scored when Cintia de Groodt singled with two outs.

After Sparks Haarlem was retired in order in the second inning, the team re-took the lead in the third, but also stranded two runners. With two outs, Saskia Kosterink singled, advanced to third on a single by Connor and scored when Anneveld reached on an error.

Sparks Haarlem added its next run in the fourth, also with two outs. Manoa Weijgertse then doubled and scored on a following triple by Chantal Versluis, who herself was left on third base.

In the fifth, another run was scored. Kosterink led off with a double and scored on a single by Connor. Hereafter, Anneveld walked and Areke Spel came in to pinch-run for Connor, but Nathalie Timmermans then lined into an unassisted double play to short stop Stephanie Reid and a line drive by next hitter Michelle van Driel was caught by pitcher Schoenfeldt to end the inning.


...Virginie Anneveld...
...3 Runs, 4 Hits, 2 RBI's...
(© Photo: Marco Stoovelaar)
Sparks Haarlem scored its final run in the seventh inning. With two outs, Debby Connor tripled and scored when Virginie Anneveld followed with a single.

After having tied the score in the first inning, UVV left a runner in the second. The home team then got a runner on third base in the third at bat. With one out Chelsey Schoenfeldt doubled and her pinch-runner Thirza Sam-Sin (who made her big league-debut) advanced to third base on a grounder by Misja Koops, but then was left behind.

Kirsten Scheele then retired the next six batters in a row, the first five with a strikeout. In the sixth, she gave up a lead-off single to Schoenfeldt, but followed with three outs, including two more strikeouts. In the seventh, Bente Erkelens singled with one out, but was forced out. Scheele then ended the game with her 16th strikeout of the game.

In Game 2, Dagmar Bloeming struckout six batters and threw a 2-hitter to register her third consecutive shutout-victory.

Sparks Haarlem led 5-0 after three innings and this time didn't let UVV come close. In the first inning, Chantal Versluis led off with a single, stole second base, advanced on an error, then scored on a wild pitch to give Sparks Haarlem an early lead.

Three runs were then added with two outs in the second inning on five hits. Virginie Anneveld opened with a single, then Areke Spel singled with one out. After an infield-fly accounted for the second out, a single by Manoa Weijgertse brought in a run, but it was followed by an outfield-error, leading to another run. A single by Chantal Versluis then made it 4-0.

In the third at bat off of Melissa Burger, Virginie Anneveld led off with a walk, then scored when Karin Tuk followed with a double.

After a scoreless fourth inning, the 7-run difference was reached in the fifth inning and that was done by the same duo as two innings earlier. With one out, Anneveld singled and moved on a wild pitch, then Tuk hit her third homerun of the season to make it 7-0.

UVV didn't reach second base off of Dagmar Bloeming. She walked Stephanie Reid with two outs in the first inning, but she was left at first base. In the next inning, the side was retired, then Bente Erkelens singled with one out in the third, but also didn't get beyond first base. In the fourth, Chelsey Schoenfeldt singled with one out, but her pinch-runner DaniŽlle Everse then was forced out on second base. In the fifth inning, Bloeming threw three strikeouts to end the game.

Game 1
UVV - Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem 2-6
RHE
Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem2011101-6101
UVV2000000-263
pitcher Sparks Haarleminn.SOBBHRER
Kirsten Scheele, W (3-0)716162-
pitchers UVVinn.SOBBHRER
Chelsey Schoenfeldt, L (0-4)7211063
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Bob Gieskens, 1B-Hans Hornstra.
Official Scorer-Ben Goorts.
Play-by-Play-Dieks Bannink.
Time-1:46 hr.

Game 2
UVV - Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem 0-7 (5 inn.)
RHE
Oolders Omaco Sparks Haarlem13102 -790
UVV00000 -022
pitcher Sparks Haarleminn.SOBBHRER
Dagmar Bloeming, W (3-0)5612--
pitchers UVVinn.SOBBHRER
Melissa Burger, L (0-4)4.115976
Cintia de Groodt0.2-1---
Homerun: Sparks Haarlem: Karin Tuk (3)(2-run,5th,off Burger).
Box Score
Play-by-Play
Standings
Schedule
Umpires: HP-Hans Hornstra, 1B-Bob Gieskens.
Official Scorer-Ben Goorts.
Play-by-Play-Dieks Bannink.
Time-1:24 hr.




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