RUSSELL, Pa. – Cambridge Springs scored in six of seven innings on its way to an 8-1 win at Eisenhower.
Cheyenne Mosconi had three hits and a pair of RBIs to lead the Blue Devils offense. Hailee Rodgers scored twice.
Kailee Morrison scored the lone run for Eisenhower on Cali Champman’s RBI ground out.
Sam Childs took the loss allowing eight runs, three earned, on 12 hits with three walks and five strikeouts.
Kayla Crawford got the win allowing one earned run on five hits. She didn’t walk a batter and struck out 11.
CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 10, YOUNGSVILLE 0, 5 INNINGS
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – A 5-run fourth helped Cambridge Springs complete a doubleheader sweep in Warren County with a 10-0, 5-inning win at Youngsville.
Kylee Miller’s triple scored two runs, and she came home on an error to push Cambridge Springs’ lead to 5-0. Miller finished with three hits as did Cheyenne Mosconi. Hailee Rodgers also tripled in the win.
Rodgers picked up the win allowing just five hits with one walk and nine strikeouts in five innings.
Kamden Swearingen gave up 10 hits, struck out five, and didn’t walk a batter in the loss.
CATHEDRAL PREP 12, ERIE 2, 5 innings
ERIE, Pa. – Camryn Chimera homered, had two RBIs, and scored two runs as Cathedral Prep earned a 12-2, 5-inning win over Erie,
The Ramblers scored five runs in the first inning and four in the fourth.
Mackenzie Moore had a big day for the Ramblers, going 1-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. Moore also got the win, , allowing two runs in five innings on four hits, striking out five and walking three.
Jenna Wagner was also 2-for-2 with a double and two runs for the Ramblers.
Amanda Rose had a pair of hits for Erie. Rose also took the loss, allowing 12 runs (five earned) in four innings on 11 hits, striking out two and walking four.
SHARPSVILLE 8, BOARDMAN (OHIO) 0
BOARDMAN, OHIO – Izzie Candiotti and Breanna Hanley both homered as Sharpsville earned an 8-0 win over Boardman (Ohio).
Candiotti drove in three runs and Hanley two, while Miah Applegarth was 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI and Lily Palko was 1-for-3 with an RBI and a run.
Hanley got the win, allowing one run in seven innings on four hits, striking out six.
Gabi Sferra took the loss, allowing eight runs (six earned) in seven innings, allowing 10 hits while striking out seven.
ST. MARYS 8, WARREN 6
ST. MARYS, Pa. – St. Marys built an 8-0 lead then held off a late rally for an 8-6 win over Warren in an interdistrict matchup.
The Lady Dutch scored five runs in the second, two more in the third, and another in the fourth to stake themselves an 8-run advantage. The Lady Dragons scored four runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh. Warren had the tying run on base, but St. Marys was able to get the 2-3 putout after a dropped third strike to end the game.
Avery Eckles’ sac fly got St. Marys on the board in the second. Two batters later, Shannon Kaiser scored on a passed ball. Rosa Deprater walked, and, during the next at-bat, Lindsey Reiter scored on a passed ball and Danielle Rolley scored on an error. Olivia Eckles singled in Deprater to give the Lady Dutch a 5-0 lead.
Avery Eckles and Reiter hit back-to-back RBI singles in the third to push the lead to 7-0, and Kara Hanslovan’s RBI single in the fourth made it 8-0.
Carly Beers hit a 1-out double in the sixth and came home on Halle Kuzminski’s single. Kuzminski scored when Lexi Hoffman reached on an error. Hoffman scored on Lillian Devore’s RBI groundout that cut the lead to 8-3. Emma Gray followed with a double and scored on Danika Abbey’s single to make it 8-4 heading to the seventh.
With two outs and a runner on second in the seventh, Kuzminski hit her second RBI single to cut the deficit to three. Hoffman followed with a single to put runners on first and second. A wild pitch allowed the runners to advance to second and third, and a second wild pitch allowed Kuzminski to score and Devore to reach on a dropped third strike.
Gray tried to reach on another dropped third strike, but the Lady Dutch were able to get the putout to end it.
Olivia Eckles had three hits and an RBI for the Lady Dutch, while Avery Eckles had a hit and drove in a pair. Kaiser scored twice.
Kendall Young got the win giving up just one hit with no walks and 10 strikeouts in four scoreless innings. Kaiser allowed six runs, three earned, on six hits with a walk and five strikeouts in three relief innings.
Kuzminski had a pair of hits, scored twice, and drove in a pair. Devore also had two RBIs, while Beers and Gray both doubled and scored.
Alexis Stec took the loss allowing eight runs, five earned, on 10 hits with six walks and a strikeout.
LAKEVIEW 10, ROCKY GROVE 0, 5 innings
LAKEVIEW 18, JAMESTOWN 3, 6 innings
STONEBORO, Pa. – Lakeview broke out the lumber in wins over Rocky Grove and Jamestown, beating the Orioles 10-0 in five innings and 18-3 in six innings.
In the win over Rocky Grove, Lucas Fagley was 2-for-3 with three runs and an RBI, while Cody Fagley was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs, Owen Dye was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Garrett Harbaugh was 1-for-3 with two RBIs.
Chris Mong got the win, allowing just three hits in five innings, striking out four.
In the 18-3 win over Jamestown, the Sailors scored eight runs in the fifth inning. Lucas Fagley was 3-for-4 with three RBIs, two runs, and two walks, while Cody Fagley was 1-for-6 with two RBIs, Dye was 1-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs and Jonny Husband was 2-for-4 with a double and two runs.
MERCYHURST PREP 3, GIRARD 1
ERIE, Pa. – Mercyhurst Prep scored a pair of runs in the first inning, which proved enough in a 3-1 win over Girard.
Jake Manendo and Hunter Krahe combined on a 4-hitter for the Lakers. Manendo went four innings and allowed one run on three hits, striking out five. Krahe went three innings and allowed just one hit and struck out three. The duo didn’t issue a walk.
Logan Wells was 1-for-2 with a triple, RBI, walk, and two runs for the Lakers, while Tanner Ashton had a pair of hits.
Gunner Bax was 2-for-4 with an RBI double for Girard.
Tanner Tramontano took the loss, going six innings and allowing three runs (one earned) on five hits, striking out three and walking four.
MCDOWELL 7, GENERAL MCLANE 5
ERIE, Pa. – With the game tied at 3-3, McDowell put up a 4-spot in the fourth inning and made that hold up in a 7-5 win over General McLane.
Josh Samluk and Ian Chylinski drove in two runs each for McDowell, while Jake Banks and Izaak Ogrodowczyk had one run batted in each.
Nick Hamilton went four innings for the Trojans, allowing two runs (one earned) on two hits, striking out five and walking two.
Jackson Kiser was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs for GM, while Landon Roach was 1-for-3 with two RBIs and a run.
Kiser took the loss, allowing four unearned runs in 3 ⅓ innings on four hits and three walks.
CONNEAUT 6, SHARON 1
SHARON, Pa. – Gavin White had two hits and two RBIs as Conneaut earned a 6-1 win over Sharon.
Dan Bartholomew went four scoreless innings, allowing just two hits and striking out three.
Conneaut broke the game open with a 5-run third inning, as Greg Klink and Ashton Headley also drove in runs.
Santino Piccrilli was 1-for-3 with an RBI for Sharon.
Mikey Rodriques took the loss for Sharon, allowing five runs (four earned) in 2 ⅓ innings on three hits and four walks.
WILMINGTON 17, REYNOLDS 1, 5 innings
TRANSFER, Pa. – Tyler Mikulin belted two home runs and drove in five as Wilmington beat Reynolds, 17-1 in five innings.
Wilmington scored 14 runs in the fourth and fifth innings, as Rocky Serafino was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, while Sam Mistretta was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs, Ben Miller was 1-for-1 with an RBI, two walks and three runs and Willie Moore was 1-for-1 with two RBIs and two runs.
Hunter Jones went four strong innings to get the win, allowing one unearned run on one hit, striking out five and walking one.
EISENHOWER 8, MAPLEWOOD 3
RUSSELL, Pa. – A 5-run third inning broke a 1-1 tie and lifted Eisenhower to an 8-3 win over Maplewood.
The Tigers had just tied the game in the top of the inning only to see the Knights’ offense explode in the bottom half. Eisenhower scored its five runs on four hits and three walks.
The Knights drew three straight 1-out walks, by Caleb Jakubczak, Camron Jakubczak, and Johnny Palmieri. Derek Childs followed with a 2-run single that brought in both Jakubczaks. Kael Hunt grounded into a fielder’s choice that put runners on the corners after Childs was forced out at second. Shawn Pascuzzi and Spencer Wynn hit back-to-back RBI singles to put the Knights ahead 6-1.
Landyn Reynolds had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Tigers’ offense. Elijah Hochstettler had two hits and an RBI and Isaac Williams had three hits.
Hochstettler took the loss allowing six runs, four earned, on two hits with four walks and a strikeout in 2 ⅔ innings. Andrew Proper gave up two runs, one earned, on one hit with two walks and a strikeout in 1 ⅓ innings.
Wynn had a hit and drove in three, while Childs had two RBIs.
Hunt scored three times and got the win on the mound. He allowed three runs, one earned, on eight hits with two walks and two strikeouts in six innings. Garrett Jensen threw a scoreless inning of relief.
YOUNGSVILLE 6, COCHRANTON 1
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Youngsville moved to within a game of first-place Saegertown in the Region 3 standings with a 6-1 win over Cochranton.
The Cardinals were coming off an upset win over the Panthers on Friday, but the Eagles set up a huge region showdown by taking down the Cardinals on Saturday. Saegertown is 9-1 in Region 3, while Youngsville is 9-2. The two teams are scheduled to meet Wednesday in Youngsville.
Cochranton got on the board first in the second inning in what was essentially a double steal. With one on and two out, Walker Carroll hit a single to put runners on the corners. Carroll took off for second on an 0-1 pitch and catcher Nate Lucks fired a strike to second base. Blake Foulk headed for home on the throw and shortstop James Johnson tried to get the lead runner instead of tagging Carroll at second. Foulk beat the throw for the Cardinals’ lone run.
The Eagles took the lead in the bottom of the inning and never relinquished it. Ethan Senz led off with a bunt single and scored one out later on Matt DeSimone’s double to left. Lucks followed with a walk and David Manning hit an RBI single to center to give Youngsville a 2-1 lead.
DeSimone had two hits, including a double, scored twice, and drove in a pair to pace the Eagles’ offense. Keegan Mesel also had a pair of hits and Johnson doubled. David Manning, Nate Lucks, and Ian Mancuso each had an RBI, and Senz scored twice.
Carroll and Ben Field each had two hits for the Cardinals.
Carroll took the loss allowing three earned runs on five hits with six walks and 10 strikeouts in four innings. Brayden Burnette gave up three earned runs on three hits with two walks and a strikeout in two innings.
Manning picked up the win allowing one unearned run on seven hits with a walk and three strikeouts in six innings. Johnson threw one scoreless inning walking one and striking out one.
ERIE 8, WARREN 3
ERIE – Erie scored three runs in the first and fifth innings on its way to an 8-3 win over Warren.
The Royals answered the Dragons’ run in the top of the first with three in the home half. Chris Ramos came home on an error and Dominic Fracassi and Mason Kindle hit RBI singles to give Erie the lead.
Erie tacked on a pair in the third thanks to Josue Rosario stealing home and Eli Nicklas’ RBI single.
A single and two walks loaded the bases for Kindle in the fifth. He hit a 1-run single to left. Two outs later, Antonio Colao drew a bases-loaded walk and Manny Rosario scored on a wild pitch during the next at-bat for the Royals’ final run.
Owen Blum got the Dragons on the board with an RBI single in the first. Blum hit another RBI single in the seventh as did Aidan Zdarko.
Blum and Zdarko each had two hits. Blum had two RBIs and Zdarko one. Konnor Hoffman had a hit and scored twice.
Archie Teconchuk took the loss allowing seven runs, three earned, on five hits with three walks and five strikeouts in four innings.
Kindle had two hits and two RBIs for the Royals. Josue Rosario and Fracassi each scored twice.
Ramos got the win allowing one earned run on two hits with five walks and seven strikeouts in five innings.