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April 6, 2021 D10 Baseball/Softball Recaps: Corry, Villa Softball Get Walk-Off Wins; Hickory Tops Jamestown in Game With Multiple Grand Slams

Corry's Kiran Bugbee delivered the walk-off hit in their win over Slippery Rock. Photo by Jeff Parkin.

April 6 District 10 softball and baseball recaps

SOFTBALL

CORRY 7, SLIPPERY ROCK 6

CORRY, Pa. – Kiran Bugbee walk-off double lifted Corry to a thrilling 7-6 win over Slippery Rock.

Corry led 6-4 going into the sixth, but the Rockets struck for two runs to tie the game, setting up the heroics of Bugbee. 

Slippery Rock actually led 4-2 after two innings, but Corry struck for two runs in each of the third and fourth innings. 

Lexy Hasbrouck homered and drove in a pair of runs for Corry, while Braydin Gwin and Haylee also drove in runs for the Beavers. 

In the circle, Dyne and Lexi Frisina combined to strike out six and allow 10 hits. 

Mackenzie Hartley and Kinzie Miller drove in two runs each for the Rockets, while Paige Gresgott had three hits, including a double. 

Gresgott allowed eight hits and four earned runs, striking out six. 

HICKORY 10, JAMESTOWN 9

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Trailing 8-7, Hickory scored three runs in the sixth inning on its way to a 10-9 victory over Jamestown. 

The go-ahead hit was a Kendra Koerth RBI single. 

Ella Holland delivered a big blow early for the Hornets, belting a second-inning grand slam. Holland and Koerth had three hits apiece for the Hornets.

Holland’s homer was one of two grand slams in the game, as Maya Floch delivered with the bases loaded for Jamestown in the fourth inning. 

Kalani Spurlock and Savannah Thurber both had RBI hits for the Muskies. 

Carlie Miller was the winning pitcher, allowing 13 hits and eight earned runs. 

VILLA MARIA 3, WARREN 2, 8 innings 

ERIE, Pa. – Hayley Dever’s 2-run single in the eighth inning was the walk-off winner in Villa Maria’s 3-2 win over Warren. 

Maddie Hess struck out 15 Dragon batters in the win. 

GIRARD 7, NORTH EAST 6

GIRARD, Pa. – Courtney McDonald set the table for Girard against North East, as the Yellow Jackets’ leadoff hitter reached base four times and scored four runs in a 7-6 victory. 

Tori Williams had three hits and drove in a pair of runs for Girard, which jumped out to a 5-2 lead after three innings. 

Williams also was the winning pitcher, allowing 11 hits and four walks. 

Eryn Bailey had three hits and an RBI, while Kaylin Kohan had two hits and an RBI for the winners. 

Elle Blakeslee and Delaney Prather had three hits apiece for North East.

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 16, MAPLEWOOD 6, 5 innings

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Cambridge Springs erupted for 11 in the fifth inning on its way to a 16-6 win over Maplewood. 

Hailee Rodgers went 2-for-3 with a triple and four RBIs for the Blue Devils and was also the winning pitcher, tossing a complete game, allowing 12 hits and striking out six. 

Aly Acosta-Reyes had a pair of hits for the Blue Devils, including a solo home run. 

Myranda Findlay, Taylor Smith, Rodgers, and Acosta-Reyes all had multiple hits for Cambridge Springs, with Smith driving in three runs and scoring four, while Findlay had three hits. 

Izzy Eimer went 2-for-4 for Maplewood, homering and driving in two runs, while Maddie Woge had three hits, including a pair of doubles and Eve Bechat three hits, two runs scored, and an RBI. 

COCHRANTON 17, EISENHOWER 1, 5 innings

RUSSELL, Pa. – Cochranton had seven players collect multiple hits in a 17-1 win over Eisenhower. 

Megan Heim hit a 3-run home run in the first inning and collected three hits. Carly Richter had four hits and a pair of RBI. 

Jaylin McGill also homered for the Cardinals and drove in a team-high four runs. 

The Cardinals scored four runs in each of the first two innings and six in the fourth. 

Josealinn Vittorio had three hits, Katie Ewing two hits, two RBIs, and a double, and Kaylin Rose two hits, including a triple and two runs scored. 

Taytum Jackson got the pitching victory, allowing just four hits and striking out four. 

Julia Gesing had two hits and an RBI for Eisenhower, while Phoebe Tower had a hit and a run scored. 

UNION CITY 25, YOUNGSVILLE 0, 3 innings

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Abby Tingley and Eliza Reynolds both hit home runs as Union City beat Youngsville, 25-0. 

Tingley was also the winning pitcher, tossing three perfect innings with seven strikeouts.

Tingley had three hits, while Jordan Brozell, Julie Burger, Sophia Messenger, Cyaira Zielinski, and Reynolds all had two each. 

Brozell and Reynolds both drove in four runs and Messenger three, while Bruger belted two doubles. 

WEST MIDDLESEX 14, COMMODORE PERRY 4, 5 innings

HADLEY, Pa. – West Middlesex scored six runs in the third inning en route to a 14-4 victory over Commodore Perry. 

Alaina Bowers, Lilly Holt, Emily Dick, and Loren Alsdorf all drove in runs in the big third frame for the Big Reds. 

Holt had three RBIs for the Big Reds, while Taylor Tomko and Dick drove in two runs each. 

West Middlesex also took advantage of five Commodore Perry errors. 

In the circle, Ava Gilmore struck out eight and allowed eight hits in her five innings of work. 

Megan Snyder had a big game for Commodore Perry, going 3-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. 

MCDOWELL 16, ERIE 0, 4 innings

ERIE, Pa. – McDowell scored 11 runs in the first two innings on its way to a 16-0 win over Erie.

Meghan Kapp led the way going 2-for-4 with a double, four RBIs and four runs. 

Also for McDowell, Hilary Sissem and Lexxie Biel drove in a pair of runs each. 

In the circle, Alivia Soule allowed just one hit and struck out 10. 

FAIRVIEW 17, MERCYHURST PREP 0, 3 innings

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Cami Munson drove in three runs and was also the winning pitcher in Fairview’s 17-0 win over Mercyhurst Prep. 

In the circle, Munson struck out seven in her three innings of work. 

Ella Dworek and Gabi Ortiz also drove in three runs apiece for the Tigers. 

GROVE CITY 18, OIL CITY 1, 5 innings

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City scored nine runs in the second inning on its way to an 18-1, 5-inning victory over Oil City. 

Courtney Saylor, Helena Wolbert, Brooke Shingledecker, and Haily Hall each had RBIs in the inning. 

Saylor, Shingledecker, and Hall all tallied three RBIs for the Eagles. 

Alexis Richards got the pitching win, striking out 10 and allowing just one hit. 

Maddie Wenner went 1-for-2 at the plate for Oil City. 

CONNEAUT (Pa.) 10, MEADVILLE 0, 6 innings

LINESVILLE, Pa. – Julianna Jacobs doubled and drove in five runs as Conneaut (Pa.) beat Meadville, 10-0 in six innings. 

The Eagles scored five runs in the third inning to take control of the game. 

Jaiidyn Jordan homered and drove in a pair of runs for Conneaut, while Eliza Harrington tripled and had two RBIs. Brooke Wise tripled and scored two runs as well. 

In the circle, Erika Schrock got the win, striking out 11 in four innings of work. Wise was perfect with a strikeout in her two innings of work. 

HARBOR CREEK 15, IROQUOIS 0, 3 innings

HARBORCREEK, Pa. – Harbor Creek took advantage of eight Iroquois errors en route to a 15-0 win. 

Madison Mikotowicz and Baileigh Bleil both had a pair of RBIs for the Huskies. 

Haiden Manning and Rachel Holmes combined on three hitless innings. 

BASEBALL

CATHEDRAL PREP 8, FORT LEBOEUF 2

ERIE, Pa. – Cathedral Prep scored four runs in the fifth inning en route to an 8-2 win over Fort LeBoeuf at UPMC Park. 

Cole Constable, Jack Malec, and Jackson Mattocks all delivered RBIs in the inning. 

Malec doubled, tripled, and drove in two runs for the Ramblers, who also took advantage of a trio of Fort LeBoeuf errors. 

Jake Slater was credited with the win, allowing one run over three innings with a pair of strikeouts. 

Luke Costello tripled and drove in a run for the Ramblers. 

Dan Caldwell and Alex Jarrett had RBIs for the Bison. 

Caldwell took the loss, allowing six earned runs while striking out eight.

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