Glendale pulls out win over B-A

04/11/19 By Gary M. Baranec Bellwood's Ashton Payne (right) underhands a toss to teammate Abby Snyder getting Glendale's Alaney Vereshack out at first base Thursday at Bellwood's softball field. (99 is pitcher Haley Schmidt)

BELLWOOD — Alaney Vereshack, Brooke Smeal and Chloe McElhenny each drove in runs in the top of the sixth inning to help Glendale come back from down 1-0 to beat Bellwood-Antis, 3-2, in high school softball action on Thursday.

Lexi Mulhollen scattered six Bellwood-Antis hits and recorded three strikeouts in Glendale’s win.

Haley Schmidt was 2-for-3 with a home run for the Lady Blue Devils, and Krystina Taylor tripled and singled twice.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Glendale 000 003 0–3 5 3

Bellwood-Antis 100 001 0–2 6 2

2B–Smeal (G). 3B–Taylor (BA). HR–Schmidt (BA). Multiple hits–Taylor 3, Schmidt 2 (BA). RBI–A. Vereshack, Smeal, McElhenny (G); Schmidt, McCracken (BA). WP–Mulhollen. LP–Schmidt. SO–Mulhollen 3, Schmidt 6. BB–Mulhollen1, Schmidt 2.

Records: Glendale (7-1); Bellwood-Antis (3-7).

Claysburg-Kimmel 3

Williamsburg 0

CLAYSBURG — Olivia Bushore pitched a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts in Claysburg-Kimmel’s win over Inter-Coutny Conference foe Williamsburg.

Harleigh Cavender, Haileigh Reed and Jazmin Kennedy each drove in a run for the Lady Bulldogs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Williamsburg 000 000 0–0 3 2

Claysburg-Kimmel 000 102 X–3 5 0

2B–Brubaker (WB). 3B–Frederick (WB); Cavendar (CK). RBI–Kennedy, Cavendar, Reed (CK). WP–Bushore. LP–Frederick. SO–Bushore 11, Frederick 8.

Records: Williamsburg (3-2); Claysburg-Kimmel (5-1).

Northern Bedford 9

Tussey Mountain 6

LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford moved to 5-1 with a victory over Tussey Mountain.

Sarah Heck earned the win, and Madison Johnson and Allie Snider each drove in two runs.

Andrea Hafer and Ashlyn Eltman each had two hits for Tussey.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Tussey Mountain 300 010 2–6

Northern Bedford 310 050 X–9

Multiple hits–Hafer 2, Eltman 2 (TM). RBI–Musser, Hafer, Eltman (TM); Davis, Stuckey, Johnson 2, Snider 2, Kochara (NB). WP–Heck. LP–Weaver. SO–Heck 7 (NB); Weaver 1, Musser 1 (TM). BB–Heck 4 (NB); Weaver 12, Musser 2 (TM).

Records: Northern Bedford (5-1).

West Branch 8

Juniata Valley 3

MORRISDALE — West Branch, which led 3-1 after one inning, scored four runs in the fifth to seal a win against Juniata Valley.

Maya Hall and Megan Belinda each doubled for the Lady Hornets, and Paige Beam hit a triple.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Juniata Valley 100 101 0–3 5 2

West Branch 300 140 X–8 5 1

2B–Hall, Belinda (JV); Betts, Mertz (WB). 3B–Beam (JV). Multiple hits–Miller, Betts (WB); Hall (JV). WP–Bone. LP–Belinda.

Portage 6

Central Cambria 4

EBENSBURG — Sierra Crum went 2-for-3 with three RBIs to help Portage slip past Central Cambria.

Lauren Shaffer went 2-for-4 with two runs scored for the Lady Mustangs.

Kylie Burket went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Central Cambria, and Ashley Deetscreek and Cassidy Bezek each had two hits.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Portage 201 012 0–6 9 4

Central Cambria 002 020 0–4 12 2

2B–Crum, Swank 2 (P). Multiple hits–Shaffer 2, Dividock 2, Crum 2, Swank 2 (P) Bezek 2, Keiper 2 (CC). RBI–Dividock 2, Crum 3, Swank (P) Bezek, K. Burket, Croff 2 (CC). WP–Swank (P). LP–K. Burket (CC) SO–Swank 4, K. Burket 3. BB–K. Burket 4.

Records: Portage (6-2); Central Cambria (2-4).

Chestnut Ridge 17

Bedford 5

BEDFORD — Makayla Weyant’s five-RBI day and four runs scored propelled Chestnut Ridge to a win over rival Bedford.

Lydia Mock and Kayla Diehl each scored three runs for the Lady Lions.

Kaitlyn Gibbner had three RBIs for Chestnut Ridge, and Atlanta Milliron, Jamie Emerick, Isabella Winegard and Alex Dunlap each drove in two runs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Chestnut Ridge 252 62X X–17 15 1

Bedford 121 10X X– 5 8 3

Bellefonte 13

Hollidaysburg 0

BELLEFONTE — Bellefonte scored 10 runs in the first inning and rolled past Hollidaysburg in five innings.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Hollidaysburg 0 00 00X X– 0 2 1

Bellefonte (10)12 0XX X–13 11 0

2B–Smith, DeHaas, Pugh 2 (B). 3B–Smith (B). Multiple hits–Smith 3, DeHaas 2, Pugh 2 (B). WP–Rogers. LP–Fox-Kern. SO–Rogers 8. BB–Fox-Kern 3.

Records: Hollidaysburg (0-4).

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