P-O’s Harris has day to remember at Penns Valley

SPRING MILLS — Kam Harris homered in all three of her at-bats, driving in eight runs to key Philipsburg-Osceola’s 13-0 Mountain League win at Penns Valley in high school softball on Friday.

Maddie Lucas also went deep for the Lady Mounties, while Rachel Simpson knocked in three runs, and Jayde Burge singled twice. Kylie Adams pitched all five innings to get the win, allowing three hits and striking out six.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Philipsburg-Osc. 553 00X X–13 10 0

Penns Valley 000 00X X– 0 3 0

2B–Thal, Thompson (PO). HR–Lucas, Harris 3 (PO). Multiple hits–Harris 3, Burge 2 (PO). RBI–Thal, Lucas, Harris 8, Simpson 3 (PO). WP–Adams. LP–Collison. SO–Adams 6 (PO); Collison 2, Baumgardner 2 (PV). BB–Collison 3, Baumgardner 2 (PV).

Penn Cambria 4

Portage 1

CRESSON — Casey Reese and Sydnie Reese each had two hits and an RBI to lead Penn Cambria past Portage.

Elizabeth Kleman also had two hits for Penn Cambria, while Macy Sral picked up the win. Kara Dividock had two hits for Portage.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Portage 000 000 1–1 7 6

Penn Cambria 000 202 X–4 9 3

2B–C. Reese, Britton (PC); Strosnider (Pt). Multiple hits–C. Reese 2, S. Reese 2, Kleman 2 (PC); Dividock 2 (Pt). RBI–C. Reese, S. Reese, Strasser (PC). WP–Sral. LP–Kissell. SO–Sral 6 (PC); Kissell 4, Strosnider 2 (Pt). BB–Sral 2 (PC); Kissell 1 (Pt).

Records: Penn Cambria (3-0).

Claysburg-Kimmel 15

Moshannon Valley 5

HOUTZDALE — Corryne Weyandt had five hits and drove in four runs to lead Claysburg-Kimmel over Moshannon Valley in six innings.

Jazmin Kennedy’s RBI triple drove in two more runs for the Lady Bulldogs, who improved to 2-0. Kendra Merritt drove in three runs for Moshannon Valley.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Claysburg-Kimmel 002 832 X–15 18 0

Moshannon Valley 410 000 X– 5 9 3

2B–Bauman, Weyandt (CK), Merritt, Eckland (MV). 3B–Kennedy (CK). Multiple hits–Bushore 2, Bauman 2, Cavender 2, Wyandt 5, Kennedy 2 (CK), Eckland 2, Kitko 2, Merritt 2 (MV). RBI–Claar, Grabill, Bauman, Cavender, Wyandt 3, Reed 2, Hartman, Kennedy 2 (CK); Merritt 3, Totts 2 (MV). WP–Bushore. LP–Lewis. SO–Bushore 6. BB–Bushore 5, Lewis 7.

Records: Claysburg-Kimmel (2-0); Moshannon Valley (1-3).

Glendale 12

Juniata Valley 2

ALEXANDRIA — Glendale’s seven-run second inning propelled it to a five-inning Inter-County Conference North Division victory over Juniata Valley.

Makenzie Lukehart drove in two runs on an RBI double, while Lexi Mulhollen, the game’s winning pitcher, also drove in two Lady Viking runs on two doubles. Glendale is now 3-0.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Glendale 172 02X X–12 12 3

Juniata Valley 010 01X X– 2 4 2

2B–Hewitt 2, Mak. Lukehart, Reese (G). Multiple hits–Hewitt 2, LeMaster 2 (G). RBI–Hewitt, Mak. Lukehart 2, Mulhollen 2, Glass, A. Vereshack 2, Berger, Mad. Lukehart (G), Belinda (JV). WP–Mulhollen. LP–Belinda. SO–Mulhollen 3 (G), Belinda 2 (JV). BB–Mulhollen, A. Vereshack 3 (G); Belinda 5 (JV) .

Records: Glendale (3-0). Juniata Valley (0-3).

Cambria Heights 15

Central Cambria 2

EBENSBURG — Cambria Heights took advantage of 12 errors by Central Cambria to win in six innings.

Emma Garrison had a triple, double and three RBIs for Cambria Heights, while Chloe Weakland had three hits and Carolyn McMullen a home run. Abbie Young had two RBIs for Central Cambria.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Cambria Heights 213 018–15 15 0

Central Cambria 020 000– 2 4 12

2B–Garrison, Weakland (CH); Young (CC). 3B–Garrison (CH). HR–McMullen (CH). Multiple hits–Farabaugh 2, Garrison 2, Shockey, K. Weakland 3, C. Weakland 3, (CH). RBI–Garrison 3, McMullen 2, C. Weakland, Westrick, Shockey (CH); Young 2 (CC). WP–Jones. LP–Burket. SO–Jones 7; Burket 5. BB–Jones 2; Burket 3.

Records: Cambria Heights (3-0); Central Cambria (1-1).

Chestnut Ridge 24

Tussey Mountain 0

NEW PARIS — Payton Whysong tripled and drove in three runs, Bella Mishler had two hits and three RBIs off the bench, and Chestnut Ridge combined 12 hits with 14 walks in a Sideling Hill League rout of visiting Tussey Mountain.

Lydia Mock, MaKayla Weyant and Jamie Emerick had two hits apiece for the Lady Lions. Emerick and Weyant each drove in two runs, as did Hailey Oldham and Emily Clark.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Tussey Mountain 0 0 0 XXX X– 0 2 1

Chestnut Ridge (10)(14)X XXX X–24 12 1

3B–Whysong (CR). Multiple hits–Weyant 2, Mock 2, Mishler 2, Emerick 2 (CR). RBI–Whysong 3, Gibbner, Weyant 2, Blackburn, Clark 2, Mock, Mishler 3, Emerick 2, Oldham 2 (CR). WP–Milliron. LP–Musser. SO–Milliron 7. BB–Milliron 1 (CR); Musser 6, Eltman 1, Garner 4, Husick 2, Burket 1 (TM).

Records: Tussey Mountain (0-3); Chestnut Ridge (2-0).

Everett 14

So. Huntingdon 4

EVERETT — Winning pitcher Jacie Martin went 3-for-4 with four RBIs, while Brooke Colledge had three hits and two RBIs, and Sydney Reffner drove in three runs on a pair of singles in Everett’s Inter-County Conference South/Sideling Hill League victory over visiting Southern Huntingdon.

Kristen Ewing, Katie Price and Taylor Sobzack contributed two hits apiece for the Lady Warriors. Price also knocked in two runs. Southern Huntingdon’s Baylee Jenkins was 2-for-3.

SCORE BY INNINGS

So. Huntingdon 004 000 X– 4 4 3

Home 701 006 X–14 14 3

2B–K. Ewing (E). Multiple hits–Jenkins 2 (SH); Reffner 2, Colledge 3, Price 2, Sobzack 2, Martin 3, Ewing 2 (E). RBI–Lessley 2, Buckley (SH); Reffner 3, Colledge 2, Price 2, Martin 4 (E). WP–Martin. LP–Varner. SO–Varner 1, Long 2 (SH); Martin 6 (E). BB–Varner 1, Long 2 (SH).

West Branch 10

Bellwood-Antis 0

MORRISDALE — Lizzy Scott no-hit Bellwood-Antis and drove in two runs to lead West Branch to an Inter-County Conference North Division win.

The Lady Warriors only needed 10 hits to get the 10 runs necessary to bring the mercy rule into effect. Charis Gallaher had a pair of singles for West Branch.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bellwood-Antis 000 00X X– 0 0 3

West Branch 502 12X X–10 3 0

2B–Scott (WB). Multiple hits–Gallaher 2 (WB). RBI–Scott 2, Reed (WB). WP–Scott. LP–Schmidt. SO–Scott 5. BB–Poorman 3 (BA).

No. Cambria 14

United 1

ARMAGH — Mallory Bernard delivered a grand slam as Northern Cambria raised its record to 2-0 with a Heritage Conference win at United.

Camryn Dumm tallied two hits for the Lady Colts.

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