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Poteau pitcher throws second consecutive perfect game; Lady Pirates shut out Sallisaw Lady Black Diamonds

September 20, 2011

BRENNA'S PERFECT AGAIN — Poteau pitcher Brenna Vise delivers a pitch against Sallisaw in Monday afternoon's home game. Vise was perfect for the second straight outing, facing only 18 Sallisaw batters in six innings without allowing a base-runner and recording nine strikeouts. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

Eight days before, Poteau softball pitcher Brenna Vise threw a perfect game against the Howe Lady Lions in the winner's-bracket quarterfinals of the 2011 LeFlore County Fast-Pitch Tournament.
Monday afternoon, Vise, who had not pitched since the Howe game, returned to the pitcher's circle and was “pitcher” perfect once more. Vise faced 18 batters, the minimum in a six-inning game, and struck out nine of them en route to an 8-0, six-inning, run-rule victory over the Sallisaw Lady Black Diamonds.
“I really wasn't aware that I was perfect until coach (Misty Collins) told me,” said Vise (9-0). “I didn't know I did in that first game (against Howe), either. I just throw it up there, and I hope for the best. I feel pretty good. I just trust in my teammates to help me out.”

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