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Errors cost Lady Tide softball team against Beverly

The Everett softball team feels they’ve been competitive and playing well, even though they’ve also been doomed by some untimely errors. That trend continued on Monday as they lost, 9-4, to Beverly.

Ariana Garay went seven innings on the mound. She struck out one and only walked three, but gave up 10 hits. Still, only five of Beverly’s runs were earned, which goes to show just how much of a difference errors can make.

“If we took away the errors we had, I feel like this could have been one of the best games we’ve played this season,” said Everett coach Stacy Schiavo. “Our outfielders saw a lot of action and our outfielders made the plays where they could have allowed Beverly to score more.”

Beverly started the first inning with a leadoff single. The base runner moved to second on a fielder’s choice, then scored on a double by the clean-up hitter to make it 1-0.

Samantha Uga followed up in Everett’s half of the inning with a single. She moved to second when Diana Concannon walked. With runners at first and second, Hailey Powers tripled to score both Uga and Concannon and give Everett a 2-1 lead.

Everett held Beverly in the second and third, but came apart in the fourth. A pair of errors enabled Beverly to score four times and take a 5-2 lead. In the bottom of the fourth, a pair of consecutive walks put Izza Bourouis and Kloey Cardillo on first and second. With two outs, Powers came through in the clutch again and doubled to score Bourouis and make it 5-3.

“Hailey Powers has stepped up her hitting,” said Schiavo. “She was in a funk for a little while but has been hitting hard and has been solid in the batting lineup the past few games.”

Everett played solid defense for two consecutive innings, but couldn’t complete their comeback due to a tough seventh inning. Beverly registered three hits but scored four runs off of two fielding errors. Concannon scored the Crimson Tide’s final run in the seventh off an RBI double by Nalani Marinez.

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