Sayreville Stops Spotswood Softball's Unbeaten Streak

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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Sayreville War Memorial High School's Kelly Duffy pitched a one-hit shut out to stop the Spotswood High School girls varsity softball team's unbeaten streak at five. Duffy struck out seven batters and walked one to earn the victory.

Spotswood's Megan Poulson had the only hit of the game off of Duffy. Poulson hit a double.

The Chargers' Alexa Raba took her first loss of the season on the mound. Raba gave up 12 hits and six runs in seven innings. Four of the runs were earned. The senior struck out one batter.

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The Bombers scored three runs in the first inning and never relenquished the lead. Both teams were charged with two errors in the field.

Ryane Bush had the big bat for Sayreville, going two-for-four with a homerun and three RBIs.

The loss dropped Spotswood's overall record on the season to 5-1. They will travel to Woodbridge today to take on John F. Kenney High School at 10 a.m.

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