Lone win sends Legacy Financial into tie for first

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TELL CITY – Legacy Financial rallied in the bottom of the last inning to win its only game Wednesday and moved into a first-place tie in Tell City’s age-13-16 girls softball league.
Legacy trailed Ohio Valley Gas 8-6 in the middle of the last inning, but used a combination of hits and errors to win 9-8.
That gave Legacy a 4-2 record. That was the same as Cash Waggner’s record after Cash Waggner lost two games Wednesday.
Cash Waggner had only two hits and hit only two balls out of the infield in a 7-4 loss to Goffinet Homes.
Goffinet Homes had nine hits and took advantage of eight walks.
Halee Lamb went 3 for 3 to lead Goffinet Homes.
Essa Roark hit a two-run, inside-the-park home run in Goffinet Homes’ six-run third inning.
Sydney Goffinet also drove in two runs.
Madison Gilliland hit a triple and drove in two runs for Cash Waggner.
Ohio Valley Gas scored six runs in the fourth inning to beat Cash Waggner 11-7.
Mary Steen went 2 for 2, got a walk and drove in two runs for Ohio Valley. Jessie Wheatley also drove in two runs.
Cash Waggner outhit Ohio Valley 8-6 but committed nine errors.
Brittany Brumfield and Jordyn Vogt each went 2 for 3 to lead Cash Waggner. Gilliland, Monica Bartley and Jennifer Trujillo each hit a double.
Ohio Valley Gas moved within one game of first place with that win.
Before Friday’s makeup games, the top three teams were scheduled to play each other two more times.