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CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Extreme under-18 girls fastpitch softball team split its final games of the Farewell to Our Seniors tournament, and finished third at the Fort Lupton, Colorado, event.

The Extreme (30-15-1) started the day with a 12-2 victory over the Northern Colorado Sting-Flores. Cheyenne scored nine runs in the first inning, and tallied seven extra-base hits.

Marissa Moorehouse finished the game 2 for 3 with two doubles and three RBIs. Ella Neider went 2 for 2 with a triple and two RBIs. Janey Adair was 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI, while Michaela Moorehouse was 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Brogan Allen, Alexis Naughton and Trista Stehwien also rapped doubles.

In the semifinals, Cheyenne fell to Sting-Meza 7-3.

Sting scored all of its runs in the second inning.

Naughton was 2 for 2 with a double and an RBI. Michaela Moorehouse had a hit and drove home two runs. Adair and Ariana Galicia both hit doubles.

CHEYENNE 12, STING-FLORES 2

Cheyenne…… 921  –  12  14  1

Sting-Flores…… 101  –  2  2  1

Cheyenne pitching: Christensen and Neider. Sting-Flores pitching: Sapp and Georgiou.

W: Christensen (1-0). L: Sapp.

2B: Cheyenne 6 (Adair, Allen, Naughton, Stehwien, Ma. Moorehouse 2); Sting-Flores 1 (Garcia). 3B: Cheyenne 1 (Neider).

STING-MEZA 7, CHEYENNE 3

Sting-Meza…… 070  0  –  7  7  0

Cheyenne…… 020  1  –  3  5  4

Sting-Meza pitching: Strang, Young (4) and Laplante. Cheyenne pitching: Adair, Mi. Moorehouse (2) and Stehwien.

W: Strang. L: Adair (7-6).

2B: Sting-Meza 1 (Brickner); Cheyenne 3 (Adair, Galicia, Naughton).

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