Portage’s Heidler no-hits Vikings

NANTY GLO – Haley Heidler tossed a no-hitter and struck out six for Portage in a 5-0 win over Blacklick Valley in high school softball Thursday.

Portage scored two runs in the first inning and three runs in the sixth, as it improved to 13-5.


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2B-Gorba, Layo (P). Multiple hits- Forst 2, Layo 2, McCabe 2 (P). RBI-Gorba, Jubina, Layo, McCabe (P). WP-Heidler (P). LP-Rhoades (BV). SO- Heidler 6 (P), Rhoades (BV). BB- Rhoades (BV).

Records: Portage (13-5); Blacklick Valley (8-8).



BELLWOOD – Jacqueline Finn hit a two-run home run, and Lauren Snyder had two RBIs on two hits to help Bellwood-Antis beat Everett.

Taylor Payne struck out nine in earning the victory. The win secured Bellwood-Antis a first-ever berth in the ICC championship.

Logan Brallier had a three-run double, and Allison Snider hit a two-run double for Everett.

B-A is 17-2.


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2B-Snider, Brallier (E). 3B-Nagle (BA). HR-Finn (BA). Multiple hits-Snyder 2 (BA); Snider 2, Price 2 (E). RBI-Finn 2, Snyder 2, Payne, Wolfe, Clark (BA); Brallier 3, Snider 2 (E). WP-Payne. LP-Clark. SO-Payne 9 (BA); Morral 5 (E). BB-Payne 1 (BA); Clark 2, Morral 3 (E).

Records: Everett (9-5); Bellwood-Antis (17-2).



ALEXANDRIA – Camryn Bookhammer had three hits and an RBI, and Caitlin England had two hits and an RBI as Williamsburg pounded Glendale in five innings.

The contest was continued in the second inning from a suspended game earlier this season.


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2B-Bookhammer (W). Multiple hits-Bookhammer 3, England 2 (W). RBI-Kensinger 2, England, Kennedy, Plumley, Bookhammer, Rhule (W), Shaffer (G). WP-Detwiler. LP-Matthews. SO-Detwiler 1, Matthews 5. BB-Matthews 10.

Records: Williamsburg (8-8).

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EBENSBURG – Sara Gomish led Bishop Carroll with three hits and two RBIs in its victory over Penn Cambria.

Brooke Mento added three RBIs for Carroll, while Kelly Yusko hit a triple for Penn Cambria.

Penn Cambria hiked its record to 15-3.


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2B-Gomish 2, Mento, Gueguen (BC), Reese (PC). 3B-Yusko (PC). Multiple hits-Gomish 3, Mento 2 (BC), Yusko 2, Roberts 2 (PC). RBI-Gomish 2, Mento 3, Simmons (BC), Little, McIntosh (PC). WP-Simmons (BC). LP-Yusko (PC). SO-Simmons 2 (BC), Yusko 7 (PC). BB-Simmons 4 (BC), Yusko 2 (PC).

Records: Penn Cambria (15-3).


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CLAYSBURG – Kiersten Coho homered, knocked in three runs, pitched a two-hitter and struck out 10 to lead Claysburg-Kimmel to a five-inning win over Northern Bedford.

Madison Ickes and Abby Kulick had two hits apiece for C-K, which scored seven runs in the first inning.


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2B-Holland, Kulick (CK). HR-Coho (CK). Multiple hits-Ickes 2, Kulick 2 (CK). RBI-Mo. Eshelman (NB); Ickes 4, Claycomb, Coho 3, Kulick, Gerheim. WP-Coho. LP-Mo. Eshelman. SO-Mo. Eshelman 6; Coho 10. BB-Mo. Eshelman 6; Coho 1.

Records: Claysburg-Kimmel(15-3).

C-K juniors beat NBC

LOYSBURG – Claysburg-Kimmel scored six runs in the sixth inning to beat Northern Bedford, 14-11, in junior high action.

C-K’s Mackenzie Welsh had two hits and two RBIs, while teammate Paige Burk had three hits. NBC’s Hannah Stiffler had two hits and two RBIs, and teammate Sydney Lingenfelter had a triple and RBIs. C-K ended the season with a 4-10 record.

B-A juniors win in 8

BELLWOOD – Edyn Convery’s two-run single in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted Bellwood-Antis to an 8-7 win over Everett in junior high action.

B-A’s Kelcie Dennis had two hits for B-A, which finished at 11-8, the second most wins in the program’s history.

Lady Tigers tie, lose

DuBOIS – Hollidaysburg and DuBois played to a 3-3 tie after seven innings in the first game of a doubleheader.

DuBois won the second game, 8-2.

Mikayla Focht had two hits, including a triple, on the day for the Lady Tigers.

Hollidaysburg finished the season 16-11-1.