For the second consecutive night, Brookfield's softball team fell at home in a game that never saw the seventh inning. The Bulldogs fell 13-2 to Palmyra on Tuesday evening.
Brookfield recorded five hits and left six runners on base. Palmyra finished the evening with 15 hits, and stranded nine throughout the six innings.
Brookfield had a pair of hits in both the third and fourth innings, but the Bulldogs were only able to manufacture one run out of those two frames.
"We've had baserunners," Brookfield coach Paige Drescher said. "This weekend, we went out and left nine on base then eight on base. Offense has been our big struggle all year long. Lots of games, we have zero runs or one run. That's not enough to win games right now. We've been doing well with getting bunts down, and we can't seem to get the ball through the infield. I don't think the girls played a bad game at all tonight, so we can't be down on them about any of that, but our offense has to get going."
Brookfield falls to 2-13. The Bulldogs host Schuyler County on Thursday with the junior varsity game slated to begin at 5 p.m.