Nealy throws no-hitter

BY HEIDI ZENFSKI
Sports Correspondent

The Montrose softball team squared off against the Lady Warriors at Elk Lake on Thursday, April 10.

The Lady Meteors dominated the Lady Warriors with a decisive 12-1 victory.
Montrose freshman Hailey Rapisardi had three hits, three runs, and two RBI’s. Lacy Nealy had two doubles and three runs; Katie Warner hit a triple; and Anastasia Hester added a double.

Runs for the Lady Meteors were scored by Anna Churco, Nicki Lewis, Alana Jerauld, Julia Amorino, and Hester.

Nealy pitched all seven innings had six strike-outs and no walks.

Casey Tyler scored the lone run for Elk Lake and Emily Kasson earned the RBI for the run.

Hits were made by Tyler, Kasson, Bethany Ruhf, Catey McAleer, and Becca Phillips.

Whitney Tyler pitched four innings and had seven strike-outs. Amanda Mowry pitched three innings had three strike-outs and two walks.

The Blue Ridge Lady Raiders softball team welcomed the Montrose players for an afternoon game on Saturday, April 12.

Montrose ace pitcher, Lacy Nealy, had a fantastic game and threw a no-hitter. She had six strike-outs and one walk, but no hits and no one from Blue Ridge was able to score.

Kristine Carlson pitched all seven innings for the Lady Raiders. She had three strike-outs and one walk.

The Lady Meteors were able to get 11 hits including a two-run home run by Anastasia Hester, and triples from Anna Churco and Katie Warner.
After seven innings, the final score was Montrose 5, Blue Ridge 0.

Mountain View, 10
Susquehanna, 9

Megan Stenzhorn homered and had three RBIs to lead Mountain View in a Division IV matchup.
Ariana Gabriel had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Makenna Whitaker doubled and drove in a run for the Lady Eagles.
Nicole Shay went 4 for 4 with two doubles and three RBIs and Mikayla Hargett had three hits, including a triple, and three RBIs to lead Susquehanna.

Lack. Trail,16
Forest City, 0

At Lackawanna Trail, Meghan Healey went 4 for 4 with a double and six RBIs and the game-ending three-run triple to lead Lackawanna Trail.
Gabby Truesdale, Madison Lee and Emma Vasky each added two hits for the Lady Lions.
The game ended in the fourth inning with a 15-run rule.

Lakeland, 10
Blue Ridge, 1

At Lakeland, Katie Walsh went 3 for 4, including a double and triple, and had two RBIs to lead Lakeland in a Division III-IV crossover.
Maria Knutelski added two triples and four RBIs for the Lady Chiefs.