Penn Cambria allows one hit in triumph over BG

CRESSON — Lora Davis had a three-run triple for Penn Cambria, and Macy Sral allowed just one hit in a three-inning, 15-0, victory over Bishop Guilfoyle in a high school softball game Tuesday.


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3B–Davis. Multiple hits–Sral 2 (PC). RBI–Davis 3, Sral 3, Rabatin 2 (PC). WP–Sral. LP–Callahan. SO–Sral 4. BB–Sral 1, Callahan 13.

Records: Bishop Guilfoyle (0-2); Penn Cambria (2-0)

Glendale 5

West Branch 1

FLINTON — Alaney Vereshack and Chloe McElheny each drove in two runs for Glendale in a win over West Branch.

Vereshack homered for the Lady Vikings, which led 5-0 after three innings.


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2B–Reese (G), McElheny (G), Maines (WB). HR–A. Vereshack (G). RBI–Maines (WB), A Vereshack 2 (G), Smeal (G), McElheny 2 (G). WP–Mullhollen. LP–Miller. SO–Mulhollen 3, Miller 3. BB–Mullhollen 1, Miller 4.

Claysburg-Kimmel 13

Mo Valley 0

HOUTZDALE — Harleigh Cavender and Haileigh Reed each hit two-run homers to spark Claysburg-Kimmel to a five-inning win at Moshannon Valley.

Reed finished with four hits and four RBIs to go with three hits and three RBIs from Cavender.

Sierra Walters and Olivia Bushore combined on a two-hitter for C-K (3-1).


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2B–Cavender, Reed, Clark (CK). HR–Cavender, Reed (CK). Multiple hits–E. Claar 2, Cavender 3, Kennedy 2, Reed 4, Weyandt 3, R. Claar 2 (CK). RBI–E. Claar, Cavender 3, Reed 4, Weyandt 2, Bushore 2 (CK). WP–Walters. LP–Dominick. SO–Walters 2, Bushore 5 (CK).

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

McConnellsburg 10

Northern Bedford 0

McCONNELLSBURG — McConnellsburg blanked Northern Bedford with the help of an eight-run bottom of the fourth inning.


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3B–D.Hall (M). HR–Stiffler (M). RBI–Hall 3, Hensley 3, Stiffler 2 (M). WP–Hall. LP–Heck. SO–Hall 1, Heck 3. BB–Heck 3, Davis 1 (NB).

Conemaugh Valley 11

Portage 6

PORTAGE — Portage suffered its first loss of the season, giving up six extra-base hits in a loss to Conemaugh Valley.

Kara Dividock had two RBIs for the Lady Mustangs, which fell to 3-1.


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2B–Benton, Swank (P), McClain, T. Gunby, A. Gunby, Burke (CV). 3B–A. Gunby (CV). HR–Ferg (CV). Multiple hits–Dividock 2, Benton 2, Sease 2 (P) McClain 2, T. Gunby 3, A. Gunby 2, Ribblett 2, Ferg 2, Burke 2 (CV). RBI–Dividock 2, Crum, Benton, Swank, O. Kissell (P) McClain, A. Gunby 4, Ribblett 2, Ferg, Burke, Stiffler 2 (CV) WP–McClain – C- Ferg (CV) LP–O. Kissell -.C – Crum (P) SO–McClain 12 (CV) O.Kissell 1, Swank 2 (P). BB–McClain 6 (CV) Swank 2 (P).

Records: Conemaugh Valley (2-0); Portage (3-1).

Philipsburg-Osceola 13

Huntingdon 0

HUNTINGDON — Kam Harris and Kylie Adams combined on a five-inning no-hitter as Philipsburg-Osceola blanked Huntingdon.

Harris also hit a pair of home runs among her three hits and drove in four runs. Roselyn Weaver also homered for the Lady Mounties, and Jordyn McDonald had three hits.


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Northern Cambria 10

Penns Manor 9

CLYMER — Jessica Krug amd Autumn Donatelli each went 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Krug homered, as Northern Cambria defeated Penns Manor.

Sydney Sheredy also homered and scored three times for the Lady Colts.

Records: Northern Cambria (3-0).

Mount Union 13

Bellwood-Antis 9

MOUNT UNION — Gabriella Finn had three hits, an RBI and scored a run, but Bellwood-Antis lost a slugfest to Mount Union.

Ashtyn Payne and Krystina Taylor each drove in two runs for the Lady Blue Devils. The Lady Trojans benefited from a nine-run fifth inning.


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Mount Union 002 191 X–13 7 3

Records: Bellwood-Antis (1-4).


n Haley Schmidt’s name was spelled wrong in Tuesday’s paper. Schmidt threw a five-inning no-hitter for Bellwood-Antis in a 10-0 victory over Altoona on Monday.

n Sarah Heck was reported as going 2-for-3 at the plate, when she was actually 3-for-4.