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Osakis' Mackenzie Staloch tries to slide underneath a tag from Minnewaska catcher Mason Schlief on Tuesday. Schlief dropped the ball during the play, but later she picked it up and tagged out Staloch. The Silverstreaks won the game 10-2. (Blaze Fugina/Osakis Review)

Seven run first inning pushes Osakis softball to victory

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The Osakis softball team won its second straight game Tuesday afternoon thanks in large part to a seven run first inning against Minnewaska on the road.

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The Silverstreaks scored seven runs before the Lakers even had a chance to bat in the game, and the run support was more than enough for starting pitcher Amber Giese in a 10-2 victory. Head coach John Stigman said the team used some clutch hitting to build the early lead.

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Blaze Fugina
Blaze Fugina is a sports reporter at the Echo Press. Before working in Alexandria, he graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May of 2011. He previously worked as the community editor of the Mound Laker for more than a year. You can follow Blaze on Twitter at @BlazeFugina.
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