Lady Eagles topple Trail
The Mountain View softball team grabbed an 11-1 victory over Lackawanna Trail at home on Thursday after it took a 3-2 victory over Blue Ridge in Division IV at Hallstead on Tuesday.
Against the Lions, Mountain View scored two runs in the first, one more in the fourth, five in the fifth and three in the sixth while holding the Lady Lions to a single run in the fourth inning to take the win.
Megan Stenzhorn had a home run and three RBIs and Samantha Krisa had three hits, including a triple, scored twice and drove in a run to lead the Eagles.
Caitlyn Tague took the pitching victory giving up two hits, one run and two walks while striking out seven in a six inning outing.
Tague helped herself offensively knocking a double, driving in a run and scoring a run.
On Tuesday, Mountain View scored two runs in the top of the fourth, before Blue Ridge would chip away with a run in the sixth and one in the seventh to send the game into extra innings.
However, Samantha Krisa’s sacrifice fly that scored Makenna Whitaker in the eighth inning gave the Eagles the win.
Megan Stenzhorn had a double and a homerun for the Lady Eagles.
Melody Carpenter went three-for-three for Blue Ridge.
Caity Tague took the pitching win as she gave up 10 hits, two earned runs and one walk while striking out six in eight innings.
Christine Carlsen took the loss for Blue Ridge giving up 12 hits, three earned runs and four walks while striking out three in a complete game outing.
The Montrose Area softball team took a 7-4 win over Susquehanna at home on Thursday after it picked up a 13-10 victory over Elk Lake in a Division IV slugfest in Dimock on Tuesday.
Against Susquehanna, the teams battled to a 3-3 tie by the end of the third inning, before Susquehanna took a 4-3 lead in the fourth.
However, Montrose scored a pair in the fifth and one in the sixth to take the victory.
Anastasia Hester had a double and two RBIs to lead Montrose while Jerauld had two hits, a RBI and scored a run and Julia Amorino knocked a single had a RBI and scored.
Lacy Nealy took the pitching victory giving up four earned runs on five hits while walking none and striking out four in a complete game.
Susquehanna’s Bailey Barnes doubled and singled while Shay singled, drove in a run and scored to lead the Sabers.
Micaela Rhone took the pitching loss giving up four earned runs on seven hits with no walks while striking out five in six innings.
On Tuesday, Elk Lake came out to an early lead with two runs in the first inning, but Montrose battled to take a 5-3 lead going into the fourth.
Montrose then added four more runs in the fourth, before Elk Lake would score a run in each of the fifth and sixth to make it 9-5 going into the seventh.
Montrose scored four runs in the top of the seventh to secure some insurance it would end up needing as the Warriors tried to rally with five runs in the final frame.
Julia Amorino hit a grand slam in the third inning for Montrose. She finished three-for-five, and Kate Warner also had three hits and three RBIs. Shelby Stewart had three hits, including a double for the Meteors.
For Elk Lake, Casey Tyler went four-for-five and had a grand slam for Elk Lake in the seventh inning.
Sara Kwiatkowski also finished with four hits and drove in two runs.
Lacy Nealy took the pitching victory, giving up 21 hits, seven earned runs and two walks while striking out four in a complete game.
Elk Lake’s Debbie Harvey took the loss as she gave up 19 hits, six earned runs and two walks while striking out four in a complete game outing.
The Elk Lake softball team took a 17-5 win over Blue Ridge on the road in a Division IV game on Thursday.
The Warriors fell behind 2-0 after the first inning but scored five in the second and four in the third to hold a 9-5 lead.
The Warriors then added a run in the fourth and used a seven-run sixth inning to cap the victory.
Kenzi Moon had three hits, including a grand slam and a double to lead the Warriors. She drove in five runs and scored three times.
Sarah Kwiatkowski had three hits and a RBI while Laura Gacha had four hits and drove in a run.
Blue Ridge’s Melody Carpenter tripled, singled and drove in a run to lead the Raiders.
Debbie Harvey took the pitching win for Elk Lake giving up three earned runs, 11 hits and no walks in a six inning outing.
Christine Carlsen took the loss for Blue Ridge giving up 22 hits and 17 earned runs while striking out two in six innings.
The Forest City softball team took a 7-1 loss from Carbondale at home on Wednesday evening.
The Foresters scored their only run of the game in the bottom of the first inning after Carbondale put a run on the board at the top of the first.
The Chargerettes then scored a run in the third, two in the fourth, two in the fifth and another in the seventh to complete the win.
Solana Stratford paced the Foresters with two hits while driving in a run.
Stratford also took the pitching loss giving up five hits, four earned runs and seven walks while striking out two in a complete game outing.