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Bloomington starter Ali Domkuski retired the first two Saints, before Sammey Bunch reached on a fielding error.
Madi Norman followed and singled to left-center, sending Bunch to third. Bailey Lange also came through with a single to left-center, bringing Bunch and Norman home for a 2-0 lead.
Lyons Spirit centerfielder Bedell was also named the Allyson Rioux Award winner, given to the top defensive player in the tournament.
NYC Havoc catcher Nikki Cuccio also took home the Diane Schumacher Award as WMS Batting Queen with a .533 batting average. See you in 2018 The Lyons Spirit (PA) topped the Stratford Brakettes 5-4 in the Loser's Bracket Semifinals on Saturday night at De Luca Field, dropping the Brakettes from contention at the 2017 Women's Major Softball National Championship.
Bloomington moved into the title game by outlasting the Nook 23 Gold in the Loser's Bracket Final Sunday morning in an all-time classic matchup, 3-2, in 15 innings. Louis also defeated the Lady Hearts in the Winner's Bracket Semifinals, 6-4, on Saturday afternoon.
In addition to Ross (pitcher) and first baseman Norman (utility pick), other Saints named to the All-WMS Tournament team were Payton Staggs (second base), Brittney Krodinger (third base), Sammey Bunch (shortstop), Bailey Lange (pitcher), and Courtney Krodinger (outfield).Thanks to everyone who helped to make the Ninth Annual Women's Major Softball National Championship a success! With the loss, the Brakettes failed to win the WMS title for just the second time in its nine-year existence.The Brakettes had won seven-consecutive WMS national titles, dating back to 2010.Ross moved to second on the play, but was soon forced out at third on a fielder's choice by Courtney Krodinger.
With two outs in the fifth, Rachel Donald singled up the middle to bring home two more runs, closing out the scoring at 9-1.Sarah Finck came on in relief of Domkuski, but the rally continued, as Courtney Krodinger delivered the team's fifth-straight single to plate Ross for a 4-0 advantage.