Howard’s slam boosts Carroll

H.S. softball

Mirror photo by Gary M. Baranec Glendale’s Lexi Mulhollen earned two wins against Bellwood-Antis on Monday.

EBENSBURG — Bishop Carroll’s Marlee Howard hit a grand slam, and Emma Simmons smacked a two-run homer in the fourth inning to set the Lady Huskies up to edge out visiting Bedford, 10-8, for their first win of the year in high school softball Monday.

Simmons struck out 13 in a full game’s work from the circle for the Lady Huskies, while Carly Clark and Adie Divido added two hits each.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bedford 201 500 0– 8 9 2

Bishop Carroll 200 701 X–10 12 4

2B–Bollman (B). 3B–Brunelli (B); Simmons, Clark (BC). HR–Howard, Simmons (BC). Multiple hits–Thompson 2, Bollman 2, Mowry 2 (B); Simmons 4, Clark 2, Divido 2 (BC). RBI–Thompson, Bollman 3, Brunelli, LeSalle (B); Howard 4, Simmons 2, Divido, Golden (BC). WP–Simmons. LP–Mowry. SO–Simmons 13, Mowry 5. BB–Simmons 0, Mowry 5.

Records: Bedford (1-3); Bishop Carroll (1-3).

Penn Cambria 10

Westmont Hilltop 0

CRESSON — Penn Cambria combined for 13 hits in a shutout win over Westmont Hilltop in a six-inning Laurel Highlands Conference win.

Sydnie Reese, Lexi Strasser, Macy Sral and Alayana O’Donnell each drove in two Lady Panther runs, with Strasser recording a triple and a double for Penn Cambria. Winning pitcher Sydnie Reese belted two doubles, and Casey Reese hit four singles.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Westmont Hilltop 000 000 X– 0 1 1

Penn Cambria 222 301 X–10 13 2

2B–S. Reese 2, Strasser (PC). 3B–Sral, Strasser (PC). HR–. Multiple hits–C. Reese 4, Sral 3, S. Reese 2, Strasser 2 (PC). RBI–S. Reese 2, Strasser 2, Sral 2, O’Donnell 2, Britton, Rabatin. WP–S. Reese LP–Nash. SO–S. Reese 8, Nash 4. BB–S. Reese 1, Nash 1.

Records: Penn Cambria (6-1).

Central Cambria 4

Richland 3

EBENSBURG — Morgan Devlin scored the winning run on Emily Keiper’s fielder’s choice in the bottom of the seventh inning, sparking Central Cambria to a Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference win over visiting Richland.

Mackenzie Keiper, Kylie Burket and Chloe Croft also drove in runs for Central Cambria, which improved to 2-4 overall and 2-2 in the conference.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Richland 010 101 0–3 8 2

Central Cambria 002 001 1–4 9 0

2B–Sakenik (R); Bezek (CC). Multiple hits–Bailey 2 (R); Deetscreek 2, M. Keiper 2, Bezek 2 (CC). RBI–Ahlborn 2, Bailey (R); M. Keiper, E. Keiper, Burket, Croft (CC). WP–Burket. LP–Wechtenhiser. SO–Burket 5, Wechtenhiser 5. BB–Burket 2, Wechtenhiser 2.

Records: Central Cambria (2-4, 2-2 LHAC).

Bishop McCort 13

Bishop Guilfoyle 0

Lauren Dellett and Ally Diamond combined on a two-hitter to lead Bishop McCort over Bishop Guilfoyle at Garfield Park in a Laurel Highlands Conference contest.

Amelia Morning and Alicia Nicolini singled for BG’s only hits. Torie Sipe had a triple and two singles for McCort, while Jordyn Shroyer doubled twice and knocked in four runs. Dellett had two hits and Diamond two RBIs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bishop McCort 370 03X X–13 12 0

Bishop Guifoyle 000 00X X– 0 2 3

2B–Diamond, Shroyer 2, Wissinger (BM). 3B–Sipe (BM). Multiple hits–Sipe 3, Dellett 2, Shroyer 2 (BM). RBI–Diamond 2, Shroyer 4, Wilson, McKee (BM). WP–Dellett. LP–Dodson. SO–Dellett 3, Diamond 3 (BM); Dodson 2, Goss 3 (BG). BB–Dodson 1, Goss 2 (BG).

Records: Bishop McCort (3-1); Bishop Guilfoyle (0-3).

Glendale 12-15

Bellwood 1-2

BELLWOOD — Unbeaten Glendale improved its overall record to 6-0 and its record in the Inter-County Conference North to 4-0 with a 12-1, 15-2 sweep of Bellwood-Antis. Both games were stopped because of the mercy rule after five innings.

In the first game, Lexi Mulhollen belted a three-run homer, and Makenzie Lukehart had three RBIs for Glendale.

In the second game, Alaney Vereshack had five RBIs for Glendale, including a walk-off three-run homer, and Mulhollen had three RBIs, including a two-run homer.

FIRST GAME

SCORE BY INNINGS

Glendale 050 07X X–12 8 0

Bellwood-Antis 001 00X X– 1 5 3

2B–Lukehart, Smeal, L. Vereshack (G); Payne (BA). 3B–A. Vereshack (G). HR–L. Mulhollen (G). Multiple hits–Lukehart 2, L. Mulhollen 2 (G); Schmidt 2 (BA). RBI–Hewitt, Lukehart 3, L. Mulhollen 3, A. Vereshack, Smeal, L. Vereshack (G); Heaton (BA). WP–L. Mulhollen. LP–Schmidt. SO–L. Mulhollen 5 (G); Schmidt 3, Finn 2 (BA). BB–L. Mulhollen 1 (G); Schmidt 8 (BA).

SECOND GAME

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bellwood-Antis 100 01X X– 2 7 7

Glendale 441 15X X–15 11 2

2B–Hewitt, Mulhollen (G). HR–Mullhollen, A. Vereshack (G). Multiple hits–Schmidt 2, Heaton 2 (BA); Mulhollen 4, Reese 2 (G). RBI–Poorman, Myers (BA); Lukehart, L. Mulhollen 3, A. Vereshack 5, Reese, L. Vereshack 2, M. Mulhollen (G). WP–L. Mulhollen. LP–Finn. SO–L. Mulhollen 1, A. Vereshack 1, B. Vereshack 2 (G); Finn 1 (BA). BB–L. Mulhollen 1, A. Vereshack 3 (G); Finn 9 (BA).

Records: Glendale (6-0 overall, 4-0 ICC North).

Claysburg-Kimmel 20

Juniata Valley 3

ALEXADRIA — Mikalynn Bauman and Mikenlee Bauman combined for seven runs batted in as Claysburg-Kimmel rolled to a four-inning, 20-3 win over Juniata Valley. Mikalynn Bauman hit a three-run homer in the second inning.

Corryne Weyandt drove in four more runs and had a double for the Lady Bulldogs, while Haileigh Reed brought in three runs on two hits, including a triple.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Claysburg-Kim. 453 8XX X–20 14 0

Juniata Valley 011 1XX X– 3 6 2

2B–Knisley, Weyandt, Mike. Bauman (CK). 3B–Reed (CK). HR–Mika. Bauman (CK). Multiple hits–Belinda 2 (JV); Claar 2, Mike. Bauman 2, Cavendar 2, Reed 2, Frye 2 (CK). RBI–Hall, Boone, Beam (JV); Claar, Knisley, Mika. Bauman 3, Mike. Bauman 4, Cavendar 2, Wyandt 4, Reed 3, Frye 2 (CK). WP–Knisley. LP–Hall. SO–Knisley 1, Bushore 4 (CK); Hall 7. BB–Knisley 2, Bushore 3 (JV); Hall 9 (JV).

Records: Claysburg-Kimmel (6-1); Juniata Valley (3-6).

Williamsburg 7

Moshannon Valley 1

HOUTZDALE — Marrissa Harclerode’s three-run homer in the second combined with an eight-strikeout performance from Elizabeth Frederick gave Williamsburg what it needed for a win over Moshannon Valley.

Paige Gunnett was the lone Lady Pirate with two hits. Kendra Merritt hit a solo homer in the bottom of the second for Mo Valley.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Williamsburg 030 201 1–7 5 1

Moshannon Valley 010 000 0–1 4 4

HR–Harclerode (W), Merritt (MV). Multiple hits–Gunnett 2 (W); Merritt 2 (MV). RBI–Gunnett, Heter, Frederick, Harclerode 3 (W); Merritt (MV). WP–Frederick. LP–Lewis. SO–Frederick 8, Lewis 12. BB–Frederick 1, Lewis 4.

Records: Williamsburg (2-3); Moshannon Valley (0-6).

Everett 11

Forbes Road 1

EVERETT — Alex Iseminger had three hits and drove in two runs, and Jacie Martin allowed an unearned run and threw a no-hitter to lead Everett past Forbes Road in five innings.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Forbes Road 000 01X X– 1 0 6

Everett 410 33X X–11 13 2

2B–B. Ewing, Colledge (E). 3B–Reffner (E). Multiple hits–Colledge 2, Iseminger 3, Sobzack 2, Martin 2 (E). RBI–B. Ewing, Colledge, Iseminger 2, Sobzack 2, Sheinkofer. WP–Martin. LP–Schoen. SO–Schoen 4, Martin 9. BB–Schoen 2.

No. Bedford 18-1

So. Huntingdon 13-15

LOYSBURG — Krysta Kennedy drove in six runs, and Brittany Ebersole had four hits as Northern Bedford outslugged Southern Huntingdon in the first game of a doubleheader.

Sydney Lingenfelter, who had three RBIs and a double in the first game, had a pair of hits and drove in the Lady Panthers’ lone run in the second game.

FIRST GAME

SCORE BY INNINGS

No. Bedford 355 111 2–18 12 4

So. Huntingdon 010 516 0–13 5 4

2B–Lingenfelter, Kennedy, Bechtel, Johnson (NB). 3B–Corle (NB). Multiple hits–Ebersole 4, Corle 2, Kennedy 2, Bechtel 2 (NB). RBI–Ebersole, Corle 2, Lingenfelter 3, Kennedy 6, Stuckey, Bechtel 4 (NB); Jenkins, Lessley, Breckley 2, Vaughn 2 (SH). WP–Heck. LP–Long. SO–Heck 3, Long 12. BB–Heck 6, Long 2.

SECOND GAME

SCORE BY INNINGS

So. Huntingdon 530 70X X–15 14 2

No. Bedford 001 00X X– 1 4 5

2B–Hartman, Dennison (SH). 3B–Garlock 2 (SH). HR–Hunsinger (SH). Multiple hits–Jenkins 2, Garlock 2, Godin 2, Hartman 3, Dennison 2, Long 2 (SH); Lingenfelter 2 (NB). RBI–Jenkins, Garlock, Godin 2, Hartman 3, Dennison 2, Long (SH); Lingenfelter (NB). WP–Long. LP–Heck. SO–Long 2. BB–Long 2, Heck 3.

Records: Northern bedford (3-4); Southern Huntingdon (4-5).

Chestnut Ridge 15

Fannett-Metal 2

NEW PARIS — Jamie Emerick went 3-for-3 with a triple and drove in four runs to lead Chestnut Ridge over Fannett-Metal in the Sideling Hill League.

Makayla Weyant homered for the Lady Lions and drove in a pair of runs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Fannett-Metal 100 01X X– 2 5 3

Chestnut Ridge 522 6XX X–15 16 0

2B–Milliron (CR). 3B–Emerick (CR). HR–Weyant (CR). Multiple hits–Coffman 2 (FM); Emerick 3, Baney 2, Mock 2, Milliron 2, Weyant 2, Whysong 2 (CR). RBI–Holtry (FM); Whysong, Weyant 2, Diehl, Milliron, Dunlap, Emerick 4, Oldham 2 (CR). WP–Diehl. LP–Holtry. SO–Holtry 2, Diehl 4. BB–Diehl 3.

Records: Chestnut Ridge (5-0); Fannett-Metal (4-3).

Hollidaysburg 7

St. Marys 1

ST. MARYS — Kelly Marchi had three hits, including a two-run single that highlighted a six-run Hollidaysburg outburst in the ninth inning, as the Lady Tigers posted a road victory at St. Marys.

Trinity Molliver also had a two-run single in the ninth inning for Hollidaysburg, which improved to 3-5.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Hollidaysburg 001 000 006– 7 11 0

St. Mary’s 010 000 000– 1 7 0

2B–Marchi, Estep, Robertson (H); Bothun, Shaw (SM). Multiple hits–Marchi 3 (H). RBI–Marchi 2, Cappella, Molliver 2 (H). WP–Fox-Kern. LP–Fledderman. SO–Fox-Kern 4 (H); Fledderman 8 (SM). BB–Fox-Kern 1 (H); Fledderman 6 (SM).

Records: Hollidaysburg (3-5); St. Marys (3-5).

Bald Eagle Area 6

Philipsburg-Osc. 5

WINGATE — Bald Eagle Area rallied from a 5-0 deficit to defeat Philipsburg-Osceola in nine innings.

Kylie Adams and Lacey Potter each drove in two runs during the Lady Mounties’ five-run second inning.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Philipsburg-Osc. 050 000 000–5 6 2

Bald Eagle Area 000 220 101–6 14 1

2B–Potter, Adams, Thal (PO); Barnhart, King, Yarrison (BEA). Multiple hits–King 2, McCloskey 3, Peters 2, Yarrison 3 (BEA). RBI–Adams 2, Thal, Potter 2 (PO); Barnhart 2, McCloskey, Yarrison 2, Lucas (BEA). WP–Peters. LP–Harris. SO–Adams 4, Harris 2 (PO); Peters 10 (BEA). BB–Adams 1 (PO); Peters 4 (BEA).

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