Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
People | By Neil Grant

Jones homers twice in South softball win

Jones homers twice in South softball win

As for Clarion, the Lady Golden Eagles fall to 4-21 overall, 1-7 in divisional play.

Branford hosted Trenton on April 11.

"Defense since we've been home and in conference play has been a lot better", Delaney said.

"We got to warm up in our own area, we got to listen to music in our locker room, and we basically got to take our sweet time", Kennedy said.

Riverdale 4, Fulton 3: The Steamers could not pull out the close game at Drives Park.

Junior pitcher Kaysee Talick pitched a complete game for UMass Lowell in game one. She struck out nine and threw 129 pitches. The 6-2 final gave White her third win on the season.

The Knights (13-16) got on the board in the opening inning, as Tara Hilton scored on a Jordan Stites double to center.

In the fifth inning, PBL scored two runs as Gerdes was hit by a pitch before crossing home plate as Ecker hit a double to center field.

Bailey nearly snuck out of the inning without further damage, but an error kept the inning alive long enough for Alandis Trevethan to smack a two-run home run to cap the scoring.

Kallie Appleman went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, and Summer Bulfer went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs to power the Clippers past the Broncos at home. Four different Cardinals sent the ball over the fence Friday, making up for nearly half of the team's runs on the day. "We had a really good game (Thursday) against Loudoun County, and that really picked us up", Hutto said.

Katelyn Tidd, Isabella Rinard, Alexis Bland, Hailey Ball, and Katen Petty all combined for two or more hits in the two games.

Bethel-Tate's last run came in the sixth.

Daugherty scored on a passed ball in the second to stretch the Cougar advantage to 8-0.

Caitlyn Cioni led off with a bloop single and then Hundley laid down a flawless bunt single and went to third on the error which allowed Cioni to give the Lady Panthers a 2-1 lead. Matlox RBI. Iliff 1-4, R. Hall 1-3, R. Munn said neither she nor assistant coach Richard Long said a word to their players before they batted.

Despite the lead Army built up, the River Hawks continued to mount a comeback one batter at a time. The nightcap was in control until the bottom of the ninth when the Timberwolves scored twice including a one-out, walk-off single.

Kilgore 5, Chapel Hill 3 (baseball): Coach Eugene LaFitte's Diamond 'Dogs took an early two-run lead in the second inning, saw Chapel Hill punch back in the fifth with three runs, and then re-claimed the lead in the bottom of the sixth to hold on for the win.

Paige Lansink scattered seven hits and walked one batter over six innings to get the pitching win.

Isaiah Baca's RBI single opened the scoring. The scoring continued in the third inning as a Bethanie Hudson single scored Mollie Gabbert and Katierose Helems groundout scored Hudson and Caitlin Barber.

Alvirne got a RBI double down the right field line from Alexis Charboneau and an RBI single from Astrone upped the edge to 6-1 in the third inning. It was their only run of the game as the team lost 11-1 in five innings. A pass ball made it a 6-0 game on the fourth run of the inning. DeRosa followed that by hitting a two-run double to the left field fence upping the edge to 3-0.

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