Huntington Stuns #2 Marian With 8-0 Win

Huntington Stuns #2 Marian With 8-0 Win

"I knew my team had my back if a pitch wasn't there", said Schiebe, who allowed four hits. They had much better at bats and were taking aggressive swings. "This was another team effort and we are happy to earn the win". Zemaitis tallied her eighth strikeout of the game to end the inning.

Helping pick up the slack were Madelyn Graham with a RBI double and single; Autumn Siers with a two-run triple; and Madison Sislo with two singles.

The Bears built a commanding 7-0 lead after three innings of play. With two out, Pitt put a runner on base with an error by senior Malea Bell at third.

Ian Dimitrie also went the distance for Northwood giving up six earned runs on 10 hits to go with one walk and five strikeouts. Freshman Naomi Dickerson came into the circle to finish out the game for the Jackets. Other than a 5-4 victory over Sandburg, all of its triumphs were by four or more runs.

Jefferson starting pitcher Cole Lapinel struck out eight opposing batters to lead the J-Hawks to a 3-1 win on the road against Downsville on a sloppy Thursday afternoon.

Solge and Jones both drive in two runs for Padua (2-3), who travels to Brandywine Monday at 3:45. The comeback came up short and Anderson was landed with the loss.

Robertson (12-6 overall, 4-0 District 2-4A) swept the non-district doubleheader 5-0 and 12-8, sending the Class 5A Patriots home 9-7-1.

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The Spartans would answer right back in the bottom of the seventh as junior Marty Bechina homered to left field to cut the deficit to one. Ricker was called out with a grounder to third base putting Casey on second and Carly Rennie (Saco, Maine/Thornton Academy) on first with two outs. Hastings singled to right field to send Ecker across home plate. The Red Wolves responded in the top of the fifth when Hawkins singled home Tipton then later scored on an error after a base hit by Kyle MacDonald to put A-State on top 2-1. R.J. Johnson was 1-3 with a home run and an RBI, while Lane White was 1-2 with a home run. The Panthers made a pitching change.

Livingston junior MJ DePaola pitched through the sixth inning, with Ray Larsen stepping in for the seventh. Kasarda had an RBI-double and scored on a single by Sarti, making it 9-0.

The Tigers broke a 4-4 tie with there runs in the bottom of the sixth. She moved to third on the first of Elizabeth Johnson's two hits and was brought home on an Ashley McCance sacrifice fly.

Novack had a double, triple RBI and run.

Allee Griffith came to the plate with two on and a chance to win the game for her team - which she did by hitting an RBI-single to center. The scoring continued in the third inning as a Bethanie Hudson single scored Mollie Gabbert and Katierose Helems groundout scored Hudson and Caitlin Barber.

After Taylor Corbett singled and Logan Calhoun walked, Madeline Porter doubled in both runners to give Troy a 4-0 lead after four.

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