The Centreville softball team left Quincy with some hardware Saturday, as they claimed the Quincy tournament title.
“The girls played great today on both sides of the ball with solid defensive plays and great contact at the plate to move each other around and rally for runs,” said Bulldog coach Jill Peterson. “I’m proud of the team for their effort and support of each other each game.”
Game one was a 7-1 victory over Adrian Madison, which saw stellar pitching from Faith Edwards. In her complete game victory, Edwards struck out 16 and allowed only three hits and one walk. She also doubled and tripled offensively. Kelsey Beachey was a single away from the cycle, getting two runs and two RBI with her three hits.
Game two against Quincy only went three innings with a 16-0 drubbing. Edwards allowed only one hit and struck out four. Kamryn Troyer had two hits, including a home run, for three RBI and two runs. Edwards had four RBI and three runs. LilyAnn Lutz scored thrice and Sabrina Spence knocked in three.
Next up for Centreville (7-1) is a Southwest 10 league doubleheader Monday against Bloomingdale.