“We weren’t making the plays,” he said. “We didn’t know where to go with the ball. A team with that many seniors and upperclassmen should know what to do at this point in the season.”
Though falling yesterday, Pentucket showed promise in many of its players. Tyler Feeney had a great day for the Sachems and had 2 hits, including a triple that would have left the park if not for strong wind gusts, and scored a run. Maddy Ammon began the game with a double, and later scored Pentucket’s first run of the game. Mary Kate Corrado also excelled at the plate, knocking in a run with a double and hitting a single.
On the other end, North Andover’s Keri Chesmore excelled on the mound, pitching the full seven innings and allowing 2 runs on 8 hits, walking 2 and striking out 2.
“(Chesmore) pitched a great game,” Walsh said. “They hit the ball strong, put it in play and they deserved to win. They were the better team today.”
The Sachems will look to rebound this morning as they travel to Newburyport for a 10 a.m. match.