May 20, 2021 D10 Baseball/Softball Recaps
UNION CITY 19, ROCKY GROVE 0
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Union City scored nine runs in the third inning and eight in the fifth, staying unbeaten with a 19-0 win over Rocky Grove.
Emylee Zielinski, Abby Tingley, Sydney Gilbert, Jordan Brozell, Annie Gool, and Kamryn Gates-Bowersox all drove in runs in the big third inning.
Brozell led the way with three RBIs, while Tingley, Eliza Reynolds, Emma Hopson, and Cyaira Zielinski had two each.
Tingley was brilliant on the mound, striking out 12 and allowing just three hits without issuing a walk.
CONNEAUT (Pa.) 1, WARREN 0
LINESVILLE, Pa. – A day after Warren edged Conneaut, the Eagles turned the tables, beating the Dragons 1-0 in an old-fashioned pitchers duel.
Kaley Cook notched a 2-hit shutout, striking out four without issuing a walk.
Emma Stevenson’s RBI single in the second inning proved to be the only run of the game.
Kelsey Stuart was once again very effective in the circle for Warren, allowing just six hits and striking out eight without issuing a walk.
Rylie Yeager and Halle Kuzminski had the Dragon hits.
NORTHWESTERN 13, IROQUOIS 0, 5 innings
ALBION, Pa. – Northwestern scored six runs in the second inning on its way to a 13-0 win over Iroquois.
Maddy Adams, Else Smith, Abreigh Miller, Zaya Rastetter, Jessie Gage, and Dani Pizzoferrato all drove in runs in the inning.
Pizzoferrato got the shutout, striking out five and allowing just five hits without issuing a walk.
Makenna Gordon had two hits, including an RBI double, while Maddy Camp scored three runs
FORT LEBOEUF 11, MCDOWELL 5
WATERFORD, Pa. Alana Skinner homered and doubled and drove in three runs as Fort LeBoeuf powered past McDowell, 11-5.
The Bison scored four runs in the second and three in the third.
Jordan Popowski was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs for the Bison, while Ally Hiltabidel and Megan Richardson drove in two runs each.
Kendall Stull got the win, striking out six and allowing eight hits.
Alivia Soule took the loss, giving up seven earned runs. Rylee Peters drove in a pair of runs for the Trojans..
REYNOLDS 9, SHARON 3
SHARON, Pa. – Reynolds scored six runs in the second inning on its way to a 9-3 win over Sharon.
Phoenix Collins, Kylie McAdoo, Halyn Cawthorne, Mackenzie Herman, and Andrea Hillyer all drove in runs in the big inning.
Cawthorne finished with three hits and three runs. Lauren Bonner got the win, allowing three unearned runs on seven hits, striking out seven.
Emma Kimble took the loss. Katie Kreck was 3-for-4 at the plate for Sharon.
COMMODORE PERRY 16, FARRELL 0, 3 innings
HADLEY, Pa. – Delaney Snyder homered and drove in two runs, while Faith Cox had four RBIs and threw three hitless innings in a 16-0 win over Farrell.
Serrenah Peterson was 3-for-3 and scored three runs for the Raiders. Cox struck out six and walked on in the circle. She also hit a double.
Maria Harrison took the loss for Farrell.
VILLA MARIA 12-, GENERAL MCLANE 9
ERIE, Pa. – Hayley Dever had four hits two RBIs and two runs, including a home run, while Megan Kelly also homered and drove in three runs in a 12-9 Villa Maria win over General McLane.
Kelly also scored four runs, while Emalie Thomas scored three runs and Rylee Kregel was 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Jenna Wagner got the win, allowing six earned runs and striking out nine.
The Lancers scored four runs in the fourth inning, as Lilli Mook, Elna Halmi, and Catrina Miller all drove in runs during the surge. Sarah Banta homered and drove in a pair of runs for GM.
Bailey Cannon took the loss, allowing seven earned runs on four hits, striking out six.
HARBOR CREEK 5, SENECA 3
WATTSBURG, Pa. Harbor Creek scored four runs in the third inning on its way to a 5-3 win over Seneca.
Two runs came across on errors in the inning for the Huskies, while Georgia Weber had an RBI single and Kylie Pinetti an RBI groundout.
Haiden Manning got the win, allowing just five hits and three unearned runs, striking out five.
Amanda Post took the loss, giving up just one earned run and striking out five.
Rylee Vogt added two hits and scored a run for the Huskies.
JAMESTOWN 6, SLIPPERY ROCK 1
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Jamestown took advantage of seven Slippery Rock errors en route to a 6-1 win over the Rockets.
Reese Schaller and Dani Ficeti had RBIs for the Muskies, who scored three runs in the second inning.
Savannah Thurber got the win for the Muskies, allowing one unearned run in four innings on three hits, striking out one.
Paige Gresgott took the loss for Slippery Rock, allowing six runs (two earned) on six hits, striking out three. She also had the lone RBI for the Rockets.
WEST MIDDLESEX 2, SHARPSVILLE 0
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – West Middlesex thwarted Sharpsville’s bid for an unbeaten regular season with a 2-0 victory on Thursday.
Garrett Donaldson was brilliant on the mound, shutting down a potent Sharpsville lineup to the tune of 11 strikeouts in 6 ⅔ innings. Blaise Fox came on to get the final out of the 6-hitter.
Julian Trott’s solo home run in the fifth inning broke the scoreless tie, which was followed by a Donaldson RBI single later in the inning.
Jackson Doyle took the loss, allowing two runs on six hits in 4 ⅓ innings. He struck out nine and walked one. Kolton Eckles had a pair of hits for the Blue Devils.
SENECA 20, YOUNGSVILLE 13
YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Seneca had 20 hits and scored eight runs in the fifth inning to break open an 8-8 tie en route to a 20-13 victory.
Conner Kaveny led the offensive outburst for the Bobcats, going 4-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and five runs.
Reed Yost, Sean DeMauri, Conner Bem, Klayton Komisarski, Evin Shaffer and Ben Reider all had multiple hits for Seneca. Shaffer and DeMauri both drove in three runs and Yost had two RBIs.
Kaveny got the win. He allowed 10 runs in 5 ⅓ innings, striking out four and allowing nine hits.
For Youngsville, Alex Kemery was 3-for-5 with an RBI, while Derek Lucks, Dominic Dell and Nate Lucks drove in two each. Jason Beers added a double and an RBI.
Derek Lucks took the loss, allowing nine earned runs in 4 ⅔ innings.
HICKORY 5, CRANBERRY 1
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Brandon Broyles struck out seven to earn the victory as Hickory knocked off Cranberry, 5-1.
Broyles went the distance, allowing just six hits.
Nick Osborne had three RBIs on a pair of hits, as the Hornets scored a pair of runs in both the second and third innings.
Travis Carbaugh had an RBI base hit for Cranberry in the fourth inning.
Austin Shoup suffered the loss for Berries.
FRANKLIN 10, FAIRVIEW 6
FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Luke Guth homered and drove in three runs as Franklin topped Fairview, 10-6.
The Knights scored four runs in the third inning en route to the win. Noah Kockler, Caleb Doyle, Kadin Karns, and Alex Wible all had two hits in the win, while Joey Hedglin and Carson Wilbe had two RBIs.
Guth got the win, allowing four runs in five innings, striking out nine.