Sheffield falls to Otto-Eldred

An eight run second inning pushed Otto-Eldred to a 15-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday.

The Terrors took advantage of a host of Wolverine errors in the inning, scoring the eight runs on just four hits and a walk.

“Our defense isn’t playing with any conviction whatsoever,” Sheffield coach Mark Maines said.

On the other end, Otto-Eldred pitcher Camryn Thomas was dominant on the mound.

Thomas, a Duquesne volleyball commit, held the Wolverines to just two hits with no walks and struck out eight.

“(This was) the fastest pitcher we have seen all year, we never could catch up with her,” Maines said.

Mya Grubbs and Tori Childress had the hits for Sheffield.

Sheffield will have little time to regroup as the Wolverines host Forest today.

“Hopefully, we come ready to play,” Maines said.