Lyon Softball Sweeps Williams Baptist in Doubleheader

April 17 11:50 2018

The Bulls’ next matchup is a home doubleheader against the Canisius Griffins (4-25, 1-3 MAAC) on April 17 with games beginning at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. “Both of those teams were undefeated”.

Fredonia Head Coach Jesse Beers said his team had some trouble with Nordin, whom he described as crafty but someone they are familiar with. Winning pitcher Colton Johns struck out 13 as he tossed a one hitter. “They had a good approach with Casey today, so we have to make that adjustment tomorrow”. “A couple of things went wrong for us later in the game, but we were able to hold for the win”. “We are still striving for that, and tonight was a good step in the right direction”. Tuesday’s game was just the Lady Yellowjackets’ second loss of the season, and their resume has something the Lady Lions’ doesn’t – a win over Meigs County (18-2), the defending Class A state champ. Then, between the fourth and sixth innings, the Hornets advanced three runners to third base with only one of them (Kiefer Goss) scoring with the aid of two Houghton errors. An error, single, error, double, walk and single produced four more runs. “(But) they’ve been coachable and they’re working hard. “We are finally starting to get hits from the seven-through-nine batters”. “And if you want to be special, there are certain things you’ve got to do”.

Tucker Strommen, Dale Damon and Turzenski all had two hits apiece, with Strommen leading the way with two RBIs.

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“We’re pretty seasoned at the plate”, Williams said.

“We made a big deal that this was a big game”, he said.

Sydney Henrichs struck out 14 to get the win for Gillespie. However, due to a soggy field, the game was postponed to Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

The Bees were in a close battle with York until the fifth inning when their offense got hot.

The Mustangs took a 2-1 lead in the top of the third when Edwards reached base on an error and scored on a two-out single by Conner.

Riverside’s Emily Lamos got the home run derby started in the first inning with a three-run home run that gave the Beavers a 3-0 lead.

“York put in a kid who throws a bunch of curve balls, and he kept us off balance for a bit. That’s not us – we’re usually a team that starts out fast”, TKA junior Maddie Webber said. “We struggled on the mound a little bit once we got later in the game”. Michael Fyvie led the way going 3 for 4. Andrew Warren also batted a near ideal average and led in scoring, going 2-3 with a double, a stolen base and four RBIs. Lafferty had two hits and two RBI’s. Chris Walker had two hits and two RBIs. She finished 84 pitches, 66 of which were strikes, and two of the Tigers’ three runs were unearned. Corner is back on the field Thursday when they visit Pinson Valley.

Selkirk 10, Cusick 5 (game 2): Allison Petrich had four hits and the Rangers downed the Panthers in the second game.

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