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Softball: Tofil leads Westfield past Brocton

April 28, 2016
Westfield Republican

(April 20) - Laura Tofil was dominant in the circle as she led the Westfield Lady Wolverines to a 9-1 victory over Brocton in CCAA West 2 high school softball.

Tofil struck out eight and did not allow a walk. She scattered three hits.

"Laura pitched pretty good," Westfield coach Ed LeBarron said. "We started hitting the ball again. We had a team slump lately, but the bats came around."

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Photo by Lisa Monacelli
Westfield’s Amy Meleen fields a groundball during an April 20 high school softball game against Brocton.

Leading the offensive attack was Taylor Kassman and Ashley Burgess, who each had two hits.

Cameron Abbey-Mott highlighted a three-run fifth inning for the home team with a two-run triple.

The Lady Bulldogs' Logan Kelley tripled while Caitlyn Murphy and Jypsi Eidens each had a hit.

Hahn tosses no-hitter

to defeat Sherman

SINCLAIRVILLE (April 25) - Pitcher Alyssa Hahn fielded a comebacker and fired to Mikayla Falkner at first base to complete her first career no-hitter as Cassadaga Valley shut out Sherman, 13-0, in Division 2 West softball.

Hahn, a junior, finished with seven strikeouts while she also hit two batters and walked one for the Cougars (6-1, 6-0).

"She had pretty good control. One of the things we've been working on is a change," said Cassadaga Valley coach Ken Balling. "She definitely looked better with that changeup today."

The Wildcats appeared to break up the no-hitter with one out in the fourth inning when Alexa DeKoning lifted a long fly ball over the Cougars' right fielder's head. The ball fell for what Balling said would have been a triple, but a runner on first base was ruled to have left the base early, resulting in a no pitch and an out. DeKoning eventually grounded out to shortstop to end the inning.

Jewelee Schauman cleared the bases with a three-run triple in a five-run second inning for the Cougars. Falkner added a two-run triple in a six-run fifth inning and an RBI triple in the sixth inning. Lexi Ruiz added three hits, including a double, and two RBIs while Savannah Nickerson chipped in a pair of singles.

"It's kind of nice to be on a little bit of a ride again," Balling said. "We have a nice group of girls that can play."

Panama beats Clymer

as Bowen goes 5 for 5

CLYMER (April 25) -? Taylor Bowen went 5 for 5 with two triples and four runs scored to lead Panama to a 13-4 Division 2 West win over Clymer.

Maci Johnson and Elle Angeletti both chipped in 3-for-5 days at the plate while Francine Torres threw five innings, striking out five and walking three for the Panthers.

Libby Heil was 3 for 4 with a run scored while Tatem Mielewski was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Erica Gustafson struck out seven in a complete game.

Randolph downs

Westfield, 11-3

RANDOLPH (April 25) - Backed by the pitching of Morgan Gumhalter, Randolph emerged with its first win of the softball season.

Gumhalter scattered eight hits with five strikeouts and no walks as the Lady Cardinals downed Westfield, 11-3.

Rhiannon Rodunardt recorded three hits with a triple, Abby Magara and Ashley Pitchford added two hits with Magara having a triple for the Lady Cardinals. Taylor Zachar ripped a two-run home run for the hosts.

Madison Abbey-Mott stroked three hits for Westfield.

Brocton shut out

by Forestville

FORESTVILLE (April 25)- Brooke Ostrye threw a complete-game four-hitter in leading the Forestville Lady Hornets to a 7-0 shutout of Brocton (1-6) in CCAA West 2 high school softball.

Ostrye allowed just four hits while striking out 14 and walking one.

Alison Mierzwa led Forestville's offense as she had two hits with a double and two RBIs. Katie Thompson had a single, RBI and two runs scored for the winners.

Jypsi Eidens doubled for the Lady Bulldogs while Jen Potter, Logan Kelley and Caitlyn Murphy each singled in defeat.

Potter was the losing pitcher, as she fanned six in the circle.

Chautauqua Lake

upends Silver Creek

SILVER CREEK (April 24) - Chautauqua Lake beat Silver Creek, 11-5, at the Hae Jude Tournament.

Silver Creek fell behind Chautauqua Lake 10-0 after four innings, as Lady Thunderbird Olivia Anderson tossed a complete game, allowed five runs (one earned) on seven hits while striking out 10.

At the dish, Chautauqua Lake was led by Cameryn Hawkins' 3-for-4 performance while Chadeylynn Johnson (two hits, two runs), Katelyn Fardink (double) and Cianna Braymiller (two hits, triple, run) all drove in two runs. Anderson chipped in a single and an RBI to help her own cause while Jade Walsh doubled in the win.

For the Black Knights, Briget Whipple suffered the loss in the circle after she allowed 10 runs - just one earned - on eight hits while striking out one and walking one in 3-2/3 innings of work.

At the plate, Pagels had a single and two RBIs, Douglas went 2 for 4 with a run scored, Kennedy Eggleston singled, drove in a run and scored a run and Dariann Russo had a triple and an RBI.

Maple Grove edges

Lady Thunderbirds

RIPLEY (April 20) - The Maple Grove Lady Red Dragons won a see-saw battle with Chautauqua Lake, 7-5, in CCAA West 1 high school softball.

After falling behind early, the Lady Thunderbirds scored four runs in the fourth inning on four hits, a sacrifice bunt and an error to take the lead.

However, Maple Grove responded in the fifth inning, regaining the lead, 5-4. The visitors never looked back.

Top hitters for Maple Grove were Mary Nickerson and Elise Swanson, as they each had a double and triple. Meghann Nolan stroked two singles in the win.

Abby Andriaccio had two hits for Chautauqua Lake.

Winning pitcher was Lynn Nordin. She struck out six, walked none and gave up seven hits.

Forestville 5-run surge

sends Clymer to loss

FORESTVILLE (April 20)- Down 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth, the Forestville Lady Hornets erupted for five runs en route to a 6-2 win over Clymer in CCAA East 2 softball action at Forestville High School.

Lydia Burger had a two-run single to highlight the frame while Emily Narraway, Caroline Kaicher and CeCe Eagan all added run-scoring hits in the inning. Forestville added a run in the fifth on an RBI single by Chrissy Dean, as the six runs were all winning pitcher Brooke Ostrye needed to put away Clymer. Ostrye finished allowing two runs on three hits while striking out 10 and walking two.

Burger finished with three hits while every other Lady Hornet in the lineup had a hit off losing pitcher Erica Gustafson, who allowed all six runs on 11 hits while striking out four and walking two.

Clymer's runs came in the top of the second and fifth innings. In the second, Nashia Duryee scored on Kate Honey's RBI ground out while in the fifth, Samantha Brumogin had an RBI single.

Lady Wolverines lose

to Southwestern

(April 22) - The Southwestern Lady Trojans upended the Westfield Lady Wolverines in non-league softball action, 12-1.

"Southwestern was a good, strong team," Westfield coach Ed LeBarron said. "They play good ball. They didn't have any errors. They just played a really good game... They only had 10 hits, so to score 12 runs is pretty good."

Sydney Burk was the winning pitcher for the Lady Trojans. She pitched four innings, struck out eight, walked one and gave up no hits or runs. The junior also smacked a home run. Her teammate Hayden Burgeson had a triple, while Alanna Dibble had a double.

Amy Meleen had Westfield's only hit, a triple. Laura Tofil pitched six innings for the Lady Wolverines. She struck out

 
 
 

 

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