Thursday afternoon, the young MIfflin County softball team took Central Dauphin to the brink before a seventh inning walk off, sent the huskies to a tough Mid-Penn loss.
Mifflin County held a 5-3 advantage going into the Rams final at bats before Central Dauphin rallied for three.
Maddie Paul stood tall for the Rams as she blasted the game inning 3-run home run to end the contest.
The Lady Huskies out hit the Rams in the contest by a 9-8 margin.
It was a game of lead changes as
Central Dauphin opened up with the offense posting three in their first at bats. Kasi Loser highlighted the inning for the Rams as she hit a solo homer.
The Huskies chipped their way back into the game with a ru. In the second.
In the top of the third inning, Mifflin County tied things up at three. Dakota Hershberger drove in two, knotting the game at three.
Picking up the victory for the Rams was Bree Lock led the Central Dauphin to victory. Lock surrendered zero runs on zero hits over one-third of an inning, walking one.
Madison Wolfgang took the loss for the Huskies. The pitcher lasted six and two-thirds innings, allowing eight hits and six runs while striking out nine.
The Huskies ended their grueling 4-game run this week.
Offensively, Mifflin County roped nine hits in the afternoon. Hershberger and Wolfgang each managed multiple hits for the Huskies. Wolfgang and Hershberger each managed two hits.