For a Softball report we turn to Bob and Fred
Fred - First off, we'd like to appologize for this delayed report. During the summer BYU-Idaho runs on a quarter system (instead of the semester system run during Fall and Winter). Sean's computer has been busy with him writing final essays. We couldn't get in to write this.
Bob - Not that there is much to write.
Fred - Yes. Please Bob - continue.
Bob - In Tournament style if a team is ahead by 10 points by the third inning, the umps can (and will) call the game. After 3 innings, the Big D's were losing 12 to 2. This of course was because the Big D's let 9 runs in in the first inning.
Fred - How did Sean do?
Bob - Sean got up once and got out running to 1st base (he grounded to the second base man). Sean's fielding wasn't much better. He dropped the ball about three times. The big problem occured in the first inning when Sean went to slid to get to a ball. The sliding re-opened his left knee. He bled through his pants and down his leg. It freaked out the other team as well as his own. Sean is now limping again and it hurts more this time around the first time he injured it on Tuesday.
Fred - It's a good thing second quarter softball doesn't begin for three weeks. Time to heal.
Bob - Yes except WCB starts on the 8th.
Fred - Are we bringing the play by play on those as well?
Bob - You better believe it.
Fred - Well, until then, this has been a sucky softball report.
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