MILFORD – The York Fusion 14-U picked up a pair of wins Wednesday night in girl’s softball action in Milford.

In the first game the Fusion rolled to a 13-1 win over the Nebraska Dominators 14-U and in game two, despite falling behind to the Milford Eagles 6-3 after two innings, the York girls responded with an eight run third and seven run fourth to win going away 18-6.

York 13, Nebraska Dominators 14-U 1 (3 innings)

The Fusion took a 3-1 lead at the end of the first inning and blew the game wide open in the second with eight runs crossing the plate.

The Dominators were held scoreless the rest of the game by starting pitcher Savannah Horne and the Fusion tacked on two more runs in the third to end the game by the run-rule after three.

Lauren Haggadone, Hailey Lindburg, Kynli Combs, Ashleigh Hills, Kenzie Wruble and Sadie Hanks all went 2 for 3 at the plate.

Hills wielded the big lumbers as she launched a pair of triples and Haggadone added a double.

Horne gave up just one hit, one run and she struckout three batters.

The Fusion had 15 hits and the Dominators struggled in the field with four errors.

York 18, Milford Eagles 6

The hosts started out strong building a 4-2 lead after the first inning and extending it to 6-3 through two frames.

The Fusion bats busted the game open in the third scoring eight times and then adding seven more in the fourth to take an 18-6 lead.

The Eagles were held scoreless by starter Lauryn Haggadone who went the distance despite fighting some control issues with 10 walks.

Haggadone set down 10 Milford batters via the strikeout and she allowed just one hit.

The Fusion offense was led by Haggadone who went 4 for 4; Lindburg was 3 for 4; Horne collected two hits in three plate appearances and Brittney Driewer was 2 for 4.

The York Fusion 14-U is back in action on Tuesday, June 18 when they take on Hastings and Gresham in triangular action at Gresham.

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