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BT Technology stays unbeaten
BT Technologys Kaydence Wiser hits during the teams matchup with Denning and Cantrell on Thursday night. BT Technology stayed undefeated with a win.

With an undefeated record to defend, BT Technology kept its name atop the girls 7-9 standings defeating Denning and Cantrell after a tough matchup that tested both teams. BT Technology stayed atop the pack with a 14-10 win.
It was a big fourth inning for BT Technology that made all the difference in the ballgame. After holding Denning and Cantrell to zero runs in the fourth, BT Technology would maximize its own scores with 5 after Brooke Wilson, Ally Grizzle, Taylor Gann, Jenna Mullins and Chloe Wanamaker would secure the win for BT taking a 5-run lead, 14-9, Denning and Cantrell couldn’t recover from.
Denning and Cantrell had one last chance in the top of the fifth to balance the books but Olivia Eckel was the lone scorer adding 1 run to the 9 already achieved for the final score.
In some back-and-forth early play, it was Denning and Cantrell which crunched the numbers in the top of the first with runs by Brooke Kesey, Ruby Denning and Chloe Hayes which started the team with a 3-run lead.
BT Technology hit back hard in the bottom half of the inning, maximizing efficiency with the allotted 5 runs made by a rally where Kenzi Hullet, Grizzle, Gann, Mullins and Abby Graves all crossed home sequentially in batting order to turn over the field back to Denning and Cantrell leading 5-3.
Denning and Cantrell wasn’t going gentle into Thursday night however, as the team rallied in the second to duplicate the performance of its rivals by scoring the allowed 5-runs as well. Kesey, Denning and Hayes all scored again in the inning and Kaidence Crouch and Boey Adams each added a run to the tally, taking the lead 8-5.
While they didn’t run out the inning with 5 runs, BT Technology made the adjustments and Wilson, Aubrey Oleksik, Ashlynn Graves and Wanamaker all scored to take back the lead 9-8, as the game was still up for grabs.
Neither team did well in the third inning with Kade Thompson scoring 1 run for Denning and Cantrell to knot the game at 9, and BT Technology faltered and were retired 1-2-3.