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September 9, 2013

EHS softball team eyes revenge at Westmoore

ENID, Okla. — Enid softball coach Marsha Cusack is determined Westmoore’s Destinee Lookout, an University of Oklahoma commitment, won’t hit two homers against the Pacers today like she did in the Lady Jags’ 8-3 win over Enid on Aug. 20 at Pacer Field.

“We’ll pitch around her,’’ Cusack said about the rematch at 6:30 tonight at Westmoore. “It’s going to be a tough one. They are pretty much on top of 6A softball.’’

The Lady Jags are 17-5 overall and 6-1 in District 6A-4. They went  4-2 at the OU Tournament last weekend. Enid is 7-14 and 2-6 after going 1-3 at the Sand Springs Tournament.

Cusack has made some lineup changes. Haven Bay has gone from shortstop to the outfield. Brooke Sears has moved to short. Freshman Marybel Garcia may start in right field today.

Ally Lewis leads the EHS offense with a .400 average, followed by Keara Jenkins (.370). Abby Lee has gone over the.300 mark, and Bay is hitting around .300 as well. Tonight’s game can be heard on KGWA News.com.

 

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