With their top pitcher Kelsey Roberts unavailable, the Decatur Lady Eagles struggled to slow down Petrolia Tuesday.
Petrolia scored 13 runs in the third on the way to a 17-4 victory at Decatur’s Lady Eagle Field.
Petrolia took advantage of nine errors and five walks by the Lady Eagles.
Coty Chase drove in four runs, going 3-for-4 for Petrolia. She doubled and singled in the 13-run third in which Petrolia sent 18 batters to the plate.
Kristina Pishotta led the Decatur offense, going 2-for-3. She tripled as part of a three-run third for the Lady Eagles.
Brianna Carter brought home Decatur’s first run, doubling in Pishotta in the first inning.