Girls Varsity Softball · Frankenmuth loses in the Regional Finals 10-7

7 Frankenmuth High School
10 Freeland High School
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Frankenmuth ran out of rallies as they erased a 6-1 deficit and tied the game only to fall behind 7-6 but tied it at 7-7 only then to lose 10-7. Freeland scored 3 in the bottom of the 6th to take the lead and win the game.

Claire Breinager drove in the first run scoring Brooklin Karwat in the first inning but Freeland came back with 4 runs of their own. Freeland increased the lead to 6-1 when in the top of the 4th inning, Frankenmuth put on their rally caps and scored 5 runs to tie the game up. With 2 outs and nobody on base, Nicole Rodammer and Shea Hecht singled. Kaylee Kujat reached on an error loading the bases. Then on the first pitch, Brooklin Karwat doubled home 2 runs. Emily Coulter was intentionally walked to load the bases but it backfired as Claire Breinager walked with the bases loaded making the score 6-4. Faith Breinager reached on an error making it 6-5. Aubrie Jacob also walked with the bases loaded tying the game. Freeland came back with another run giving them a 7-6 lead until the 6th inning. An RBI single by Faith Breinager tied it up at 7-7. But Freeland scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th and it was just to much for the Lady Eagles to overcome.

Frankenmuth had 10 hits and also had 8 walks but left 12 runners stranded. Kaylee Kujat (Double), and Brooklin Karwat (Double, 2 RBI, 2 Runs) each had two hits. Emily Coulter (2 Runs, 3 Walks), Claire Breinager (2 RBI), Faith Breinager, Tara Keller (Double), Nicole Rodammer and Shea Hecht all had one hit.

With 3 hits for the day, Emily Coulter broke another season record of hits in a season with 69 breaking the record of teammate Kaylee Kujat who had 68. It has been an incredible year for Emily and the three years spent with Frankenmuth. Kaylee Kujat and Claire Breinager 4 year varsity players had incredible careers as well and all three will be truly missed. Not only great players but good teammates and very good people as well.

Frankenmuth ended the year at 28-13.