Claar helps C-K; Mulhollen hits milestone

BELLWOOD — Emily Claar went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and scored two runs in Claysburg-Kimmel’s 6-4 win over Bellwood-Antis in high school softball action on Tuesday.

Haley Schmidt was 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI for the Lady Devils.

Freshman Sierra Walters struck out four batters and got the win for the Lady Bulldogs.

Glendale 18

Moshannon Valley 0

HOUTZDALE — Lexi Mulhollen recorded her 1,000th hit as part of a three-hit, three-RBI day for Glendale in a three-inning shutout of Moshannon Valley.

Olivia Reese had four RBIs for the Lady Vikings, who improved to 8-1, while Alaney Vereshack, Brooke Smeal and Kyla Campbell each drove in two runs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Glendale 15(12) XXX X–18 15 1

Moshannon Valley 00 0 XXX X– 0 2 2

2B–Mulhollen 2, Smeal (G); Blake (MV). Multiple hits–Mulhollen 3, Reese 2, A. Vereshack 2, Smeal 2, B. Vereshack 3 (G). RBI–Mulhollen 3, Noel, Reese 4, A. Vereshack 2, McElheny, Smeal 2, L. Vereshack, Campbell 2, Lukehart, B. Vereshack (G). WP–Noel. LP–Gregg. SO–Noel 2, B. Vereshack 1 (G); Gregg 1 (MV). BB–Noel 2 (G); Gregg 3 (MV).

Records: Glendale (8-1); Moshannon Valley (0-8).

Everett 14

Northern Bedford 4

LOYSBURG — Alex Iseminger drove in five runs on two hits for Everett in a five-inning win over Inter-County Conference opponent Northern Bedford.

Brooke Colledge had an RBI triple that drove in three runs, and Katie Price hit a home run for two more Everett RBIs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Everett 150 17X X–14

Northern Bedford 103 00X X– 4

2B–Iseminger (E). 3B–Ewing, Colledge (E). HR–Price (E). Multiple hits–Stuckey 2 (NB); Ewing 2, Iseminger 2, Price 2, Sobzack 2 (E). RBI–Stuckey 1, Snider 2 (NB); Hinish 1, Ewing 2, Colledge 3, Iseminger 5, Price 2 (E). WP–Ewing. LP–Heck. SO–Heck 1, Ewing 5. BB–Heck 4, Ewing 5.

Records: Everett (4-3); Northern Bedford (5-2)

West Branch 2

Williamsburg 1

WILLIAMSBURG — Ashley Brubaker was 2-for-3 with a run scored, but Williamsburg, which trailed 1-0 most of the afternoon, fell to West Branch in Inter-County Conference action.

Desiree Kyle’s sacrifice fly scored Brubaker for the Lady Pirates.

SCORE BY INNINGS

West Branch 001 000 1–2 4 0

Williamsburg 000 000 1–1 5 1

Mount Union 9

Juniata Valley 5

MOUNT UNION — Despite a three-RBI outing from Brooke Boonie, Juniata Valley came up on the short end against Mount Union.

Both Boonie and Megan Belinda each had multi-hit days for the Lady Hornets, inlcluding a home run for Boonie.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Juniata Valley 101 021 0–5 8 2

Mount Union 311 111 2–9 16 2

2B–Crisswell, Brumbaugh, Arnold, Low (MU). HR–Boonie (JV). Multiple hits–Me. Belinda, Boonie (JV); Brumbaigh, Boozel, Harns, Arnold, Low (MU). RBI–Boonie 3 (JV); Arnold 3, Harns 2 (MU). WP–Woodward. LP–Hall.

Hollidaysburg 8

Huntingdon 5

HUNTINGDON — Hollidaysburg picked up its first win, out-hitting Huntingdon, 16-8, en route to a victory.

The Lady Tigers (1-4) got three hits from Trinity Molliver to go with two each from Brynn Pfister, Maddie Coho, Madison McLanahan and Avery Matherne. Coho also homered.

Huntingdon (1-7), which trailed 5-1 after three innings, got two hits each from Lauren Heintzelman and Lauryn Smith, who also homered.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Hollidaysburg 032 201 0 — 8 16 2

Huntingdon 010 003 1 — 5 8 2

2B–Molliver, Matherne (H). HR–Coho (H), Smith (HU). Multiple hits–Molliver 3, Pfister 2, Matherne 2, Coho 2, McLanahan 2 (H), Heintezelman 2, Smith 2 (HU). WP–Fox-Kern. LP–Norris. SO–Norris 1.

Records: Hollidaysburg (1-4), Huntingdon (1-7).

Clearfield 4

Central 1

CLEARFIELD — Central could not overcome seven errors in its loss to Clearfield in Mountain League play.

Maddi Metzler drove in Central’s lone run in the top of the seventh inning.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Central 000 000 1–1 4 7

Clearfield 013 000 X–4 4 0

2B–Claycomb (CE). Multiple hits–Hipps, Ressler (CL); Claycomb (CE). RBI–Metzler (CE); Hipps (CL). WP–Hipps. LP–Claycomb.

Records: Central (5-3); Clearfield (5-4).

Portage 15

Ferndale 0

PORTAGE — Lauren Shaffer, Kara Dividock, Olivia Kissell, Karli Karalfa and Lindsey Sease drove in two runs each in Portage’s three-inning win against Ferndale.

Emma Kissell had two hits, and Olivia Kissell had a solo home run for the Lady Mustangs.

SCORE BY INNINGS

Ferndale 000 XXX X– 0 1 2

Portage 852 XXX X–15 10 0

2B–Crum, Chobany, E. Kissell (P). HR–O.Kissell (P). Multiple hits–E. Kissell 2 (P). RBI–Shaffer 2, Dividock 2, Sciko, Swank, Benton, Crum, O. Kissell 2, E. Kissell, Sease 2, Karalfa 2 (P). WP–Swank (P). LP–Grassmyer (F) SO–Swank 4 (P), Grassmyer 3 (F) Himes 1(F). BB–.Grassmyer 3 (F), Himes 2 (F)

Records: Ferndale (0-7); Portage (8-2).

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