Mariners drop morning decision to Quebec team

Journal Pioneer staff
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MONTREAL – A five-run second inning gave the Quebec Rebelles Langlois a comfortable 6-1 lead, and they never looked back en route to a 10-3 win over the Charlottetown Mariners.

The round-robin game at the Softball Canada national junior women’s fastpitch championship was called after six innings due to the seven-run mercy rule on Friday morning. The first-place Rebelles Langlois improved to 4-0 (won-lost) while the Mariners fell to 1-4.

Annie Renaud went the distance for Quebec, allowing three hits, four walks and striking out seven. Hilary Pineau also fired a complete game for the Mariners. Pineau gave up 10 hits, four walks and she fanned two.

Tori Kinney, Haley Pound and Riley Koughan recorded hits for the Mariners.

The P.E.I. representative is back on the field for its final round-robin game in the under-21 tournament against Ontario Two – Peterborough Thunder – on Friday at 4:30 p.m., Atlantic time.



Organizations: Mariners, Softball Canada

Geographic location: Quebec, Ontario

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