Lady Tigers struggle with sticks, drop second straight

By: Staff Report
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With its offense deserting it Tuesday, the Roseville High softball team took its second straight loss and dropped out of first place in the Sierra Foothill League. The Tigers managed just four hits against Nevada Union's Karly Harris as they dropped a 3-0 decision to the Miners. Nevada Union scored all three of its runs in the decisive fourth frame against Roseville's Gabby Gonzalez. Delany DeMello also saw time in the circle for Roseville. The Tigers got two hits from Lollie Fitzpatrick and a double from Alicea Coy on a relatively quiet offensive day. Roseville (4-2 in the SFL, 10-6-1 overall) beat Whitney Wednesday and will return to league action next Wednesday at home against Oakmont (1-4, 4-8). The Tigers sit 1/2 game behind Rocklin and Del Oro in the SFL standings.