Wyalusing escapes Sayre, Ingerick gets hits record in Wellsboro win.
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 10, 2016
2016 NTL and District 4 News
By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | May 10, 2016
Kristie Epler saved Wyalusing in their 7-6 win over Sayre in nine innings Monday.
Epler went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs but also had the big hit that led to their walk off win.
She led off the ninth with a double, then moved over to third base on an error off the bat of Melody Kneller.
Erin Canfield then hit her in with a sacrifice fly to win the game.
Kate Epler was 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI while Kyleigh Ward had a 3-run home run in the first inning.
Kneller, Sarah Bird and Autumn Dietz also had hits.
Kneller knocked in two runs while Miranda Herbert and Taylor Schum both scored.
Katie Epler started and went 3 1/3-innings for Wyalusing, striking out three while allowing four runs, six hits and four walks.
Ward came on in relief and earned the win.
Kate Cron led Sayre, going 2-for-5 with a double, two runs and 2-RBI while Alia Post was 2-for-5 with an RBI.
Paige Wampole had a double with a run scored while Kait McCarter, Sydney Post, Dominique Woodruff and Camryn Brown also had hits.
Sydney Post, Woodruff and Rory Tigue scored runs while Woodruff had an RBI.
McCarter gets the loss, striking out one while allowing nine hits, seven runs and three walks.
Wyalusing is at Canton on Wednesday.
Sarah Ingerick broke the all-time hits record at Wellsboro, going 3-for-3 with a double and 4-RBIs.
She now stands at 106, with 104 by Kate Reese as the old record.
Tiana Lecker got her first varsity hit for the Hornets as well.
Keane had 3-RBI, Singer knocked in two runs while Yungwirth knocked in one.
Singer got the win, striking out six while allowing one walk.
Brooke Ward went 2-for-3 to lead Canton while Maggy Machmer and Hannah Gillian had hits.
Evelyn Katona started and earns the loss. She struck out one and allowed two walks in a little more than an inning of work.
Machmer finished out, striking out one with one walk.
In a classic pitcher's duel, the Warriors got the run they needed to pull out the NTL softball win Monday.
In the top of the seventh, Makayla Butz led off with a single, then reached second on a pass ball. After being sacrificed to third, she scored on a pass ball for the only run of the game.
In the circle for Williamson, Sarah Bates went the distance with three hits, one walk and six strikeouts.
Casey Hawley was strong in the loss for Towanda, striking out seven in the one hitter while allowing one walk.
Shaylynn Chandler had a triple for the Knights while Larisa Terry and Justine Vargason also had hits.
Towanda is at CV on Wednesday.
Megan Brown was 3-for-4 with two runs as the Panthers stayed unbeaten at 13-0 in their NTL softball win Monday.
Dana Koontz was 2-for-2 with a double and three runs while Gabby Slater and Danielle Moore both went 2-for-4.
Taya Howell added a double while McKenna Wheaton and Annie Williams each had hits.
Slater knocked in two runs while Williams and Moore also had RBIs.
Williams started and went the first four innings with five hits, one strikeout and two runs, one of them earned.
Slater finished out, striking out one while allowing two hits, one unearned run and a walk.
Caitlyn Hoffmann (2-for-2) had a double and a run scored while Nicole Spalding (2-for-4) also scored a run.
Elena Breese added a double while Vanessa Watson, Kerrigan Hoffman and Madison Alexander also had hits.
Roxanne Kingsley added a run scored.
Kerrigan Hoffmann went the distance for the loss. He struck out five and walked two.
Kendra Brown went 3-for-3 with two runs scored to lead the Wildcats in the NTL softball win Monday.
Aubrey Allen was 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI while Makaylah Dekay had a double with an RBI.
Also for the Wildcats, Kaitlyn Testen, Emma Adams, Angie Hudock and Reagan Lynch had hits.
Testen, Adams and Hudock all scored while Hayleigh Macik had 2-RBI and Testen knocked in a run.
Adams allowed two hits in the win, striking out two and walking two.
Emma McClaren and Brynn Williams had the two hits while Ashleigh Southard scored the loss, striking out one while allowing 10 hits, one walk and six runs, four of them earned.
Sam Wood went 4-for-4 with a double and triple to lead the Tigers to an IAC softball win.
Wood also scored three times and had 4-RBI.
Mariah Culver was 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored and 3-RBI, Sara Strong was 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored and an RBI, Katelyn Stubb was 3-for-3 with three runs scored while Meg Godfrey, Steph Armstrong, Britt Vergason and Taylor Ayres also had hits.
Vergason scored three times, Ayres scored twice and Sarah Hollenbeck and Godfrey also crossed home.
Godfrey and Vergason each had an RBI.
Wood was strong in the circle, allowing just two hits and one walk while striking out six.
Four different Wolverines had multiple hits in their IAC softball win Monday.
Kalie Herriman was 3-for-3 with three runs and an RBI, Shailei Kraft was 3-for-4 with a double, a run scored and an RBI, Karleigh VanNess was 3-for-3 with a triple, two runs and 2-RBI and Zoe Mennig was 2-for-4 with a double, two runs and 2-RBI.
Wendi Hammond, Kendra Ellers, Taylor Nicholas and Lyndsey Moore also had hits.
Hammond and Anna Smith scored twice while Madison Klossner, Nicholas, Kendra Ellers and Moore also scored.
Hammond, Ellers, Nicholas and Moore each knocked in a run.
Kraft got the win, striking out eight while allowing one hit and 10 walks.
Mackenzie Maloney went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and an RBI to lead the Crusaders to an IAC softball win.
They are currently in a tie with Edison atop the division standings. If a tie remains after their IAC games are done, the two teams will meet for the title.
Courteney Crater was 3-for-4 with three runs and 2-RBI, while Mackenzie Mahajan, Alivia Clark, Morgan Cox, Jordyn Fargo and Ally Wichtowski had two hits each. Maura Glovins and Izzy Millazzo also had hits.
Wichtowski and Clark had 2-RBI each while Glovins and Mahajan both knocked in runs.
Golvins, Mahajan, Wichtowski and Milazzo also scored.
Clark got the win, allowing one hit while striking out 11.
Neumann's Anne Weller threw a no-hitter, striking out five Griffins in HAC softball action Monday.
Quincy Fry started for Sullivan and gets the loss, going four innings to allow six walks, eight hits and seven earned runs while striking out two.
Chandra Thomas came on in relief, allowing two hits, three runs and two walks.