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Gajewski, Everest shut down Rapids

Junior allows three hits as DCE improves to 2-1 in Wisconsin Valley Conference

8:34 PM, May 1, 2013
D.C. Everest softball pitcher Brooke Gajewski gave up only three hits April 26 as D.C. Everest shut out Wisconsin Rapids in Weston.
D.C. Everest softball pitcher Brooke Gajewski gave up only three hits April 26 as D.C. Everest shut out Wisconsin Rapids in Weston.
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D.C. Everest's Brooke Gajewski didn't feel she was in top form in the circle on April 26 - and that should be cause for concern for her future opponents.

Everest's junior pitcher struck out eight and walked none in a three-hit complete-game performance to help her team to a 6-0 win over Wisconsin Rapids for the Evergreens' softball team's second straight victory in as many days in the Wisconsin Valley Conference.

Gajewski only allowed singles to Rapids' shortstop Maisie Langhoff in the first, third and sixth innings. ...

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