Brooke softball tops University on road
MORGANTOWN – The Brooke softball team collected 12 hits in its 4-2 win over University on Wednesday.
Cassi Camiletti led the Bruins’ offense with two doubles and an RBI. Isabella Preston had a single with two RBIs, including the game-winning hit in the top of the seventh inning, while Kristen Reardon drove in a run on a single.
Abby Carpenter added a double for Brooke (9-9).
Kaylee Kuchinski earned the win with two strikeouts and no walks, issuing just seven hits.
The Bruins play at Beaver Local today.
Brooke 4, University 2
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BROOKE: Kuchinski (WP 2K, 0BB) and Preston. Duffy 3S; Camiletti 2D, RBI; Preston S, 2RBI; Reardon S, RBI; Carpenter D; Hinerman S; Simala S; Shambaugh S; Kuchinski S.
UNIVERSITY: Brynes (LP 2K, 0BB) and Chance. Rossou 3S; Hall 2S; Assis S; Brynes S.
Madonna romps Rockets
BOWERSTON – The Madonna softball team scored in every frame, with seven runs in the sixth inning of a 17-2 win over Conotton Valley on Wednesday.
Aubrey Platek hit a single and triple for the Blue Dons (11-6), while Amanda Paul added a single and double.
Montana Mascio added a pair of singles, while Taylor Thompson tripled.
Amanda Pulice earned the win with two strikeouts, one walk and just five hits – all singles.
Madonna will now host Clay-Battelle Saturday at noon.
Madonna 17, Conotton Valley 2
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MADONNA: Pulice (WP 2K, 1BB) and Magnone, Travaglino (5). Platek S, T: Paul S, D; Mascio 2S; Thompson T.
CON. VALLEY: Riechman (LP 4K, 7BB), Caldwell (6, 0K, 0BB) and Westfall.
Oak Glen beats Toronto
NEW MANCHESTER – The Oak Glen bats were hot in this outing against Toronto. The Golden Bears scored two runs in the bottom of the first with help from a Mykelti McGaffic base on balls and three singles from Mikayla Crane, Logan Andrews and Ashley Pryor.
The Red Knights put up a run in the top of the fourth with a double from C. Anderson, who would be brought around by a single from Merideth. Toronto scored another run in the fifth on errors.
Erin Fields hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning for Oak Glen.
Andrews won on the mound with eight strikeouts, while Desiree Meadows struck out four for Toronto.
Oak Glen 9, Toronto 2
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TORONTO: Meadows (LP, 4K, 2BB) and Kuntz; Burkey S; C. Anderson D; Merideth 2S, RBI; Parker D
OAK GLEN: Andrews (WP, 8K, 0BB) and Crane; McGaffic S; Crane 3S, RBI; Andrews 2S, RBI; Pryor S, T, 3RBI; Clunk S, RBI; Phillips S; Fields S, HR, 2RBI.
Big Red rallies against BL
STEUBENVILLE – A six-run second inning helped Steubenville power past Beaver Local on Wednesday. Big Red won, 7-2 to improve to 12-7 on the year.
Westlake earned the win for Steubenville with four strikeouts. At the plate, Fields collected three hits. Biasi and Taylor each added two hits.
Steubenville 7, Beaver Local 2
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BEAVER LOCAL: Messenger (6K).
STEUBENVILLE: Westlake (4K). Fields 3S; Biasi 2S; Taylor 2S.