Athens tops CV to keep rolling
ATHENS - The Wildcats continued their strong play as they beat Cowanesque Valley 11-1 in six innings in NTL cross-over softball action Wednesday.
Christin Dunkling and Mackenzie Hafer both went 3-for-4 with two runs scored to lead the Wildcats while Dunkling added 2-RBI.
Jenn Wells and Miranda Peterson had two hits each as well, with one of Wells' a triple. She also scored once.
Alexa Daddona, Jensen Dunkling, Abbie Beck and Kiersten Horton also had hits.
Jensen Dunkling scored twice while Daddona, Mackenzie Warner and Horton scored once.
Kaitlyn Serfass scored the win striking out six while allowing six hits, no walks and one run.
MiKayla Andrews led CV at the plate, going 2-for-3 while Torie Burdick had a double and scored a run.
Courtney Schaur, Beth Brubaker and Whitney Earl also had hits with Brubaker's a double. Earl knocked in a run as well.
Sterling Young takes the loss. She struck out three while allowing six walks and 14 hits.
Canton 4, Williamson 3
Canton scored in the bottom of the seventh to pick up an NTL cross-over softball win Wednesday.
Bridget Tracey led the Canton attack, going 3-for-4 with a double while Chelsey Heatley was 2-for-4 with two doubles.
Emily Ambruch, Kellsy Ross, Kayla Ward, Makenzy Route, Cassandra McFall and Courtney Coyle all had hits. Ward and Ambruch also had RBI.
Heatley earned the win, striking out six while allowing three walks and three hits.
Sierra Magnotta went 2-for-4 with a triple to lead Williamson while Kim Daugherty had the other hit. Nikki Hurler added an RBI.
Daugherty scores the loss, striking out three while allowing 11 hits and no walks.
Canton will host Towanda Friday.
Northeast Bradford 9, Wellsboro 1
LERAYSVILLE - A Kelsey Carlsen grand slam in the fourth inning broke open a close game in NTL cross-over softball action Wednesday.
Carlsen went 3-for-4 with four runs and 4-RBI on the day while MaKaylah Holbert, Haylie Phillips and Aubri Mosier had two hits each, with one of Mosier's hits a double. Holbert and Phillips both scored twice while Mosier drove in a run.
Nicki Emick also had a hit with an RBI. Calla Martin scored a run while Courtney Coleman drove in a run.
Chelsie Souto scored the win, striking out 14 while allowing one walk, two hits and one earned run.
Maggie Smith and Baylee Lehman had the two Hornet hits while Jordan Butters drove in Brooke Kohler for the run.
Smith went the first four innings and took the loss, striking out two while allowing three walks. Kohler came on in relief, striking out three while allowing one walk.
The Panthers travel to Canton next Tuesday.
Troy 10, Sayre 0, 5 innings
SAYRE - Hannah Jackson struck out eight and allowed just one hit as the Trojans got back into the win column Wednesday.
Kelsey Bristol, Kayla Stephani and Cecelia Morse had two hits for Troy with Morse and Stephani knocking in two runs a piece. Stephani scored three times while Bristol had a double and two runs scored.
Katie Jackson, Tiffany Jerzak, Taylor Johnston, Faith Ceely, Kelly Bridgham and Kara Schucker had one hit each.
Katie Jackson and Bridgham each scored while Ceely knocked in two runs. Jerzak and Johnston knocked in one each.
Tiffani Mattocks also scored.
Kristyn Tappan had the lone Redskin hit. In the circle Kaitlyn Tappan scored the loss with two walks and no strikeouts.
Wyalusing 10, Liberty 0, 5 innings
Emily Faulkner one hit the Mountaineers while striking out six to lead the Rams to an NTL cross-over win Wednesday.
Ally DeVoir went 4-for-4 to lead Wyalusing with 3-RBI and three runs scored. Laci Holdren went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a double.
Arielle Kneller, Cierra Holland and Cathryn Pugh had two hits each with one of Holland's a double. Kneller and Holland each scored a run and had an RBI.
Crystal Shirk and Faulkner also had hits with Faulkner crossing home. Kasey DeVoir scored twice while driving in a run.
Kourtney Powlison had the lone Liberty hit while Nikki McCaslin took the loss. She struck out none and walked three.
Wyalusing is at Athens Friday.
Towanda 16, Galeton 1, 4 innings
The Black Knights continued to roll as they picked up an NTL cross-over softball win Tuesday.
Michelle Aronson, Alaina Wickwire and Raven Vargeson all went 2-for-3 at the plate with Vargeson hitting a double and triple while Aronson had a triple. Wickwire and Vargason had 2-RBI each while Aronson had one. Aronson scored three times, Wickwire twice and Vargason crossed home once.
Emily Gorman and Dallas Mosier were 2-for-2 with doubles while Mosier added 5-RBI. Gorman had two. Gorman and scored twice as well.
Koryn Wickwire and Mackenzie Roof also had hits with Wickwire scoring twice.
Laci Manning scored twice while Jaz Calaman and Kylie Cazassa also scored.
Alaina Wickwire scored the win, going 3 1/3-innings to strike out five while allowing one walks and two hits. Carly Chaffee finished out, striking out one.
Mataya McPherson had one of the Galeton hits and also took the loss. She had no strikeouts while allowing seven walks, 12 hits and 16 runs.
Towanda is at Canton Friday.
Tioga 16, Odessa-Montour 0
Britt Vergason went 3-for-4 with 2-RBI and two runs scored as the Tigers continued their strong play in the IAC.
Deanna Hutchison, Donnette Hutchison and Dani Barto had two hits each with Deanna and Barto both scoring three times and knocking in a run while Donnette had a double, scored once and knocked in two runs.
Raven Worthing, Bry Godfrey, Sam Pond and Sam Wood had one hit each. Worthing added a run scored and 3-RBI, Godfrey's hit was a double and she scored twice, Pond scored once and had an RBI while Wood scored twice.
Sierra Beebe also scored a run.
Wood struck out 11 and allowed just three hits and no walks in the shut-out win.
The Tigers will host division leading Edison Friday.
Notre Dame 15, Candor 0
McKaleigh Miller went 3-for-4 with 3-RBI and two runs scored as the Crusaders continued to roll through the IAC Wednesday.
Sydney Dimon was 3-for-5 with a run scored and 5-RBI while Olivia May went 2-for-5 with three runs and an RBI.
Alivia Clark, Abby Call and Emily Donahue also had hits with Clark scoring twice while driving in a run. Donahue scored twice while Call scored and knocked in a run.
Sammy Erbach, Mackenzie Maloney and Becca Saggiomo each scored while Detta Gublo knocked in a run.
May struck out 13 in the win while allowing two hits, one walk and on hit by pitch.
Muncy 15, Sullivan County 0, 4 innings
The Griffins came up short in Heartland Conference softball action.
At the plate Shelby Zeller had a bright spot with a double while Addie Jordan and Elizabeth George also had hits.
Alyssa Blasi started but left in the second inning due to an injury. She allowed three earned runs and three walks.
Mackenna Bagley came on in relief, going the rest of the way with four walks and 10 earned runs.
The Griffins will travel to Montgomery next Monday.