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March 16, 2014

Leitka leads Lady Jets to 3 wins at Crowder Bash

JOPLIN, Mo. —  Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s softball teams rode the pitching of Summer Leitka to win three games at the Crowder Community College Bash Saturday.

Leitka threw a three-hitter and struck out 13 and walked only one in beating Indian Hills, 1-0. Taylor Todd drove in Avery Walker for the game’s only run in the fifth.

Bailey King was two-for-two for the Lady Jets.

Leitka allowed five hits and no earned runs in a 2-1 win over Kirkwood. She allowed an unearned run in the first and shut out Kirkwood the rest of the way.

The Lady Jets scored both of their runs in the third. Aaliyah Sebock hit a two-out single and went to second when Kendra Coleman got on when the catcher dropped a third strike.

Sebock scored when Lacey Shipp reached on an error and Coleman scored after a single by Jazmine White and a bases-loaded walk to Bailey King.

Sebock and White both had two hits for the Lady Jets.

In the middle game, the Lady Jets outlasted Southeastern (Iowa) 8-7 with five runs in the second and three in the third.

Southeastern almost came back with two runs in the third, fourth and sixth and one in the seventh.

Coleman struck out the last two batters in the seventh with the potential tying run on first.

Taylor Todd was 2-for-4 with five RBI, including a grand slam. Coleman was 3-for-4. Walker scored twice and drove in a run. Lauryne Dester had the other RBI.

Coleman, in relief, allowed six hits and three runs — two earned. She struck out five and walked one.

NOC Enid (19-6) faces Jefferson County at 9 a.m. and East Central at 1 p.m. today.

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