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Girls Varsity Tennis. Thursday (5-10)Oldenburg Academy 3 Shawe Memorial 2JV Score. OA 3-0Season record: 11-2Next match: Franklin Invitational Tourney, Saturday (5-12)Courtesy of Twisters Coach Mark Wilder.
Tags: MarcellusSoftballSolvayWesthill Hannah Durand had six RBIs, with Emma MacLachlan going four-for-six, doubling twice and driving in five runs Emily Durand added four RBIs as Fraher and Mahoney both produced a pair of RBIs.Westhill found itself in a tough battle against Skaneateles last Monday afternoon, the Warriors needing a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to pull out a 6-5 decision over the Lakers.Skaneateles erased an early 1-0 deficit with a run in the third inning and two runs in the top of the fourth. Then Westhill appeared to take charge with a four-run rally of its own in the fifth.However, the Lakers used single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to tie it, 5-5, and force the dramatic finish, the Warriors getting to Skaneateles pitcher Lexi Cottrill, who had relieved Laci Galdis early in the game.Emma Shampine’s pair of hits led to two RBIs, with Ariel Cassidy getting a double, triple and RBI as Belle Cassidy also doubled. Abigail Edgar and Janae Ricks had two hits apiece. Ryley Pas’cal led Skaneateles with two hits and two RBIs as Cottrill scored twice.But when Solvay took its turn against Skaneateles a day later, it wasn’t as close, though the 19-8 margin did not reflect how it started.The Lakers answered a five-run Bearcats rally in the top of the second with six runs in the bottom of the second. But Solvay struck again in the fourth, scoring seven times to move in front for good.Hannah Martineau and Caitlin McCann each piled up five RBIs and combined for seven hits. Sidney Chaffee added three hits as she and Izzy Lambert both drove in two runs. Jordan Bamba scored four times to match Chaffee and also doubled.Pas’cal did hit the game’s only home run for Skaneateles, while Hannah Blowers had two RBIs. Maeve Canty, Tatumn Pas’cal, Natalie Yokom and Laci Galdis also drove in runs.Meanwhile, Westhill could not keep Cazenovia from a fourth consecutive victory as those other Lakers topped the Warriors 12-6, using five runs in the fifth inning to take control and adding three runs in the seventh.Belle Cassidy and Ariel Cassidy had two hits apiece, with Ricks adding an RBI and Tatiana Wicker scoring twice. Elora Wilmot and Samantha Morgan each hit home runs for Cazenovia and got two RBIs apiece.Skaneateles, on Thursday afternoon, saw a big lead get away in an 11-9 defeat to Weedsport.Trailing 3-2, the Lakers appeared to seize control when it batted around in the bottom of the fourth and scored seven times, Ryley Pas’cal getting three RBIs as Galdis drove in two runs.All of this was negated, though, when Weedsport got a run in the fifth, four runs in the sixth and three runs in the top of the seventh to reclaim the lead for good. Lauren Spingler went three-for-four for the Warriors, earning four RBIs.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Then Marcellus put up even more runs in a 25-1 win over Altmar-Parish-Williamstown a day later, scoring nine times in each of the first two innings to quickly evoke the mercy rule.Webster had a special day, going four-for-five and driving in a career-best seven runs. Fraher and Mahoney each had three RBIs, with Grattan, Caroline Trytek, Emily Durand and Hannah Durand getting two RBIs apiece.More success was found in Thursday’s 28-0, five-inning rout of Hannibal, which was a milestone in that it gave head coach Lisa MacLachlan her 200th victory at the Mustangs’ helm. Wherever each of them stood in the OHSL Liberty division pecker order, area high school softball teams could change those positions, depending on how last week’s games turned out.Marcellus, who was back from its spring break work in Myrtle Beach, unloaded on Homer last Tuesday in an 18-3 romp, the Mustangs steadily producing runs until it scored 10 times in the bottom of the sixth.Aubrey Fraher, Emily Durand and Elaine Grattan led the way, each of them getting three RBIs. Evelyn Webster and Ellie Mahoney drove in two runs apiece as Emma MacLachlan walked four times and scored twice.