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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bishop Guilfoyle 000 XXX X–0 1 1

Penn Cambria 32(10) XXX X–15 5 2

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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

West Branch 000 100 0–1 X X

Glendale 203 000 X–5 X X

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).

SCORE BY INNINGS

Claysburg-Kimmel 341 32X X — 13 17 0

Moshannon Valley 000 00X X — 0 2 0

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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Northern Bedford 000 0XX X–0

McConnellsburg 002 8XX X–10

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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Conemaugh Valley 015 102 2–11 13 2

Portage 003 003 0–6 9 5

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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Philipsburg-Osceola 327 01X X–13 16 1

Huntingdon 000 00X X–0 0 1

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.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Bellwood-Antis 120 120 3–9 10 6

Mount Union 002 191 X–13 7 3

Records: Bellwood-Antis (1-4).

Corrections

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.

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