In game one, it was a pitching duel through the first four innings, with
The Falcons tacked on an insurance run in the sixth, and held on through the seventh for the 5-2 win.
Heather Shutler earned the win for
Somer Bigham (14-6) took the loss, going all seven innings, allowing five runs on seven hits with eight strike outs.
Leading hitters for
For Coker, Eunice Nettles, Kimberly Atkinson and Anna Lucas were each 1-for-3, with Nettles also driving in a run.
Game two, started out much like game one, except this time it was Coker jumping on the board early in the first with a 1-0 lead. The score remained the same until
Down a run in the bottom of the sixth inning, Jessica Blackwell laced a double down the right field line to score Whitney Watts and tie the game at three, and then Jamie Horton drove home Blackwell with a single to left to give Coker the lead, 4-3.
Shelley Catlett (5-1) got into a little trouble in the seventh, before holding on for the win. She tossed a complete game allowing three runs on nine hits with six strike outs.
Shutler took the loss, coming on in relief for the last inning and two thirds, allowing two runs on four hits.
Miranda Klees and Jamie Horton each had two hits for the Cobras, with Klees collecting two RBIs and Horton driving in one.
The Cobras return to the field tomorrow, as they host