Bats come alive for Blair Oaks in 16-1 win

Shannon Light (right) is greeted by Blair Oaks teammate Amy Dorge after hitting a home run in the bottom of the fourth inning of Monday’s game against Versailles at the Falcon Athletic Complex. Dorge had homered earlier in the game.

Shannon Light (right) is greeted by Blair Oaks teammate Amy Dorge after hitting a home run in the bottom of the fourth inning of Monday’s game against Versailles at the Falcon Athletic Complex. Dorge had homered earlier in the game. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons posted season-high totals for runs and hits Monday.

The question is, why did it happen?

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“Their pitcher was a lot like the pitchers we’ve seen for most of the season,” Blair Oaks coach Sharon Buschjost said after the Lady Falcons romped to a 16-1 victory in four innings over the Versailles Lady Tigers at the Falcon Athletic Complex.

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