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BRAMPTON, Ont -- The Humber softball team (14-8, 3rd OCAA) split a pair of games against Conestoga (10-14, 5th OCAA), falling 4-3 in the first game of the doubleheader before earning a 7-5 victory in the second game Saturday afternoon at the Brampton Fairgrounds.

Sarah Franchetto and Aaliyah Davidson were the offensive heroes for Humber, going a combined 7-for-11 with two home runs, four runs scored, and five RBI in the two games.  Pitcher Bree Donaldson picked up her third win of the year in the circle for Humber in game two.

Humber will take on Mohawk in a doubleheader tomorrow beginning at 1 p.m.

Conestoga 4, Humber 3
Humber's defence struggled to begin game one as four errors led to four unearned runs for Conestoga in the first two innings. Myranda Pierson was stuck with the loss, throwing four innings, allowing four runs on three hits.

Humber cut into Conestoga's lead in the fifth inning, when a sacrifice fly from Meaghan Murphy and RBI single from Aaliyah Davidson made the score 4-3.

A single from Jenna Hillman in the home half of the seventh inning gave Humber a chance to tie the game; however, the Hawks were unable to drive her home.

Hillman and Elisa Gregoris paced the way for Humber at the dish, collecting two hits each. 

Humber 7, Conestoga 5
Trailing by three in the second inning, Humber turned to the long ball to get back into the game.  Aaliyah Davidson connected for her second home run of the year with a solo shot to centre field, followed by Sarah Franchetto's first career home run in the third inning to tie the game at three.  Shortly after, Davidson nearly missed her second home run of the game, hitting the fence for a RBI triple to give the Hawks the lead for good.

Bree Donaldson picked up her third win of the season, leaving the mound to a standing ovation for what may have been her last career start for Humber.

What's Next?
Humber returns to action tomorrow – October 15 – for a doubleheader with the Mohawk Mountaineers (10-12, 4th OCAA) at the Brampton Fairgrounds.  Game one is set for 1 pm and the live stats can be found here.