by Rob Tetro
The Fulton softball team went into the fourth inning of Wednesday’s game against Jamesville-DeWitt trailing by only three runs.
By the end of the inning, Jamesville-DeWitt had taken a competitive game and blown it wide open.
The fourth inning was part of a two-inning stretch where Jamesville-DeWitt outscored Fulton by nine runs en route to a 13-1 win.
Jamesville-DeWitt wasted little time getting onto the scoreboard, scoring two runs in the first inning.
During the 3rd inning, Jamesville-DeWitt added another run to make the score 3-0. During the bottom of the 4th inning, Jamesville-DeWitt exploded for six runs to bring its lead to 9-0.
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