The Fairview Lady Aggies jumped out to a fast 2-0 start on Hanceville in the top of the first of Wednesday afternoon's first matchup.
Sonora's Kelsey Burr hit a home run in the bottom of the seventh and Lucy Hessler singled to give the 'Cats the chance to even things up. In the top of the first inning, Seton Hall walked in the first run.
Girls Lacrosse-After opening their season with a 10-point win, the Lady Knights suffered their first loss of the season after falling by two, 8-6, in their first divisional game of the season at Simsbury (2-0).
Olivia DeMott and Savannah Baldwin each scored two runs for the Warriors. Lyndee Spargur singled, Carli Reiber drew a base on balls, Kaiti White doubled, and Layla Hattan drove in a run on a ground ball error.More news: GC2018: Scotland's Callum collapses in closing stages of today's marathon
After South Newton scored six runs in the top of the second inning, PBL (2-6, 2-2 Sangamon Valley Conference) tallied two runs in the bottom of the second. Long came into the game in the 3rd inning in relief of junior pitcher Kendall Brundrett who was hit hard in her two innings.
Jordyn Friel and Miranda Nutter picked up RBIs as well in the inning to give the Lady Panthers a 12-2 10-run rule victory.
Welch led the team with two hits, while he and Hawkins both had two RBI.
The Panthers brought in the final eight runs of the game after the Tigers walked Ellsworth's first four batters and committed two errors, O'Neil singled and Morgan brought Kaitlyn Nugent and Brooke Minder in on a line drive to right field. Following two scoreless innings to start the game, the Knights scattered runs in the next three innings with a pair in the third and two in the sixth. Nuckols tripled with an RBI and three runs scored.More news: U.S. & allies launch 'precision strikes' on Syria
Central Michigan softball was swept by Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader Friday in Ypsilanti - and CMU didn't score one run against EMU. Due to a lengthy winter, wet conditions and seemingly never-ceasing snow, MSUM has been unable to play on their home field.
"Really good win, game one" head coach Jake Boss Jr. said.
Senior starter Courtney Fleisher pitched four innings of one-hit, two-walk, eight-K ball to get the win.
Kennedy, a sophomore, took the loss. 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. "We should have been able to capitalize a little more in the first game with runs". Troy's second run came as Logan Calhoun knocked a single into right field to bring home Hope Hernandez.More news: Britain ready for military action in days as cabinet supports May
Broyles, a senior catcher, belted two home runs as the Panthers rolled to a 14-0 five-inning victory at Rural Retreat on Tuesday. Ball finished the game three for three with five RBIs and just a single short of hitting for the cycle. Friday's doubleheader against the Sea Gulls begins at 2 p.m.at Harvey-Dryden Field.