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Aaron's Heating and Air cools off Namaste
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Team Namaste Medical Spa started out Thursday on Pete Holt Field by giving the treatment to Aaron’s Heating and Air after jumping off to a 5-0 lead in girls 7-9 season play at McMinnville Civic Center.
The bats started to heat up for Aaron’s in the bottom of the inning as the heating and air crew went on to win the contest 12-5.
Namaste had a 5-for-5 special at the top of its lineup, with Kathryn Trail, Hallie Lowe, Lily Rains, Emma Muncey and Gracie Randolph all scoring to notch up an impressive start.
On the Heating and Air side of things, Makayla Cagle, Emma Johnson and Lexi Lafever returned some of the treatment they received in the first inning for a refund by crossing home before the inning changed hands.
Team Namaste Medical Spa couldn’t return to that special place they held in the first inning however, as team Aaron’s Heating and Air kept up the temperature as Atalya Bean, Emma Cooper, Leah Jones and Abby Sullivan added four more runs for a 7-5 advantage.
Again, team Namaste was stymied as Aaron’s continued to round the bags with Brianna Winkler, Jera Jones, Briley Jones, Cooper and Leah Jones all scoring to lock in the win.