Eagles lose to Manatees on Sophomore Night

Sophomores Krista Hoyt, Victoria Perry, Destiny Breeden, Lauren Estrada, and Lyndsey Carlton pose with Head Coach Donna Byars on Sophomore Night. (Photo by Tom Hagerty, Polk State.)
Sophomores Krista Hoyt, Victoria Perry, Destiny Breeden, Lauren Estrada, and Lyndsey Carlton pose with Head Coach Donna Byars on Sophomore Night. (Photo by Tom Hagerty, Polk State.)

Polk State lost twice to State College of Florida on Sophomore Night at the Diamondplex in Winter Haven. 

The Eagles dropped the first game 4-0 and the second 4-2. 

Sophomores Destiny Breeden, Lyndsey Carlton, Lauren Estrada, Krista Hoyt, and Victoria Perry were recognized during an on-field ceremony between games.  

In the first game, Estrada went 2-for-2 with a stolen base. 

Breeden, Alexis McBride, and Anizya Vargas each singled. 

Sarah Grindrod allowed two runs on a hit and two walks in 0.1 inning. Alayna Carranco pitched 6.2 innings, giving up two runs on nine hits. 

Megan Wilder started the second game and yielded four runs on six hits and three walks in 3.1 innings. 

Carranco worked the final 3.2 innings, allowing no runs on two hits and a walk.  

Destinee Jackson went 2-for-3 with a run. 

Vargas doubled and scored Polk State's other run. 

Breeden, Hoyt, and McBride each had a single. 

The Eagles (20-28, 6-13) play their final regular-season game Thursday against Florida SouthWestern (51-1, 18-1, No. 1 NJCAA/FCSAA) at the Diamondplex in Winter Haven. The game makes up for one cancelled by rain April 9. Start time is yet to be determined. 

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