in the second game to give us a lead with an RBI double to get us going in our win.”
Del. Tech pushed across an insurance run in the sixth on a sacrifice fly for a 3-1 lead. Karri McMillan was not fast enough when she tried to score from second on a single the very next batter. Ramagnano fired a strike from center to Kendall at the plate to nail McMillan for the inning’s final out.
The Skipjacks went down in order in the seventh.
Chesapeake is scheduled to close its regular season today with a home doubleheader against Monroe (N.Y.) College, beginning at noon. The Skipjacks are slated to being the playoffs Saturday, April 29, at home. Follow Caroline/ Dorchester Editor Dustin Holt on Twitter @Dustin_StarDem.