The South softball team celebrates a home run on April 12 against Riverside. Tieman had two hits, a run and RBI; Kaganich had a single and run; Cania had a double, run and two RBIs; Houseman had a run and RBI; Griffith had a single and RBI; Westnedge had a single and run scored and Seal had a single. DeMott went 3-for-4, including three runs batted in. Casey Shaw had two hits and four RBIs and Andrew Krzanak added a 2-for-4 day with a double and an RBI.
Katlyn Corrigan led off with a double, Amanda Schrader reached on an error and Krista Schrader tripled to center field, plating both runners to tie the game at 7.
During the second game the Longhorns scored first by putting up three runs in the top of the first inning and the Panthers were able to answer back with three of their own in the bottom half of the inning. Makayla Miles bunted for a single and stole second. Minot State added another run in the third on Isis Cabral's single.
The Eagles padded their lead with runs in the second and fifth frames. The first game started off great with yet another DiMeo home run, which was her sixth of the season.
In Friday's game against Newtown, Schiebe was not only productive on the mound but also at the plate, driving in all three runs in Masuk's 3-0 victory over South-West Conference rival Newtown.
UMBC senior third baseman Carly Lesko extended the lead to 6-2 with a two-run home run over the right field wall in the bottom of the sixth.
After two weeks of miserable weather, the Greenwood softball team was thrilled to finally play a game. Ball tripled home one run, while Petty tripled home a pair.
Maryland rallied from a one-run deficit in the fifth inning, scoring six runs on seven hits to eventually take a 7-4 victory over St. Francis in game two. The senior right-hander went six innings, allowing eight runs on ten hits and striking out one. But Molly Ryan (2 for 4) and Dani Callahan (2 for 4, two RBIs) followed with singles to make it a one-run game.
Paige Sanders was 3 for 3 with three runs scored, Weyh went 2 for 3 with three runs driven in, Gabriella Gedville was 3 for 5 with an RBI and Torince Muczynski went 2 for 4 for Central, which had seven batters who collected hits. With two outs and nobody on base, the first five Beavers in the order reached base safely.
Pitching-wise, the Cougars turn to one pitcher a majority of the time as Emily Ingles has pitched 100.2 innings this season, which is 45 more than the next pitcher.
In the third, she hit a leadoff diouble off the left-center field wall. Nuckols was sent home by a single by Foellner to center field. Amanda White doubled to restart the offense and scored when Olivia Conner's fly to left was erred to extend the inning. Freshman Saige Pye took a pitch to the body to load the bases.
Also Wednesday, the No. 2 ranked Mora Rangers routed Questa 21-0, improving to 7-2.
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