ALEXANDER — Throwing a no-hitter is at all times candy.
If you throw it towards your rivals, nonetheless, it makes it that significantly better.
Junior Sammie Sawyer skilled that feeling Wednesday afternoon as she pitched her second profession no-hitter with 5 strikeouts throughout Alexander’s 6-0 shutout win over visiting Attica in Genesee Area motion.
Sawyer allowed simply two base runners, each whom walked.
As proud as head coach Dan Prong was of Sawyer’s efficiency within the circle, he was simply as excited for his protection who performed close to flawlessly behind Sawyer.
“As nice as Sammie threw right now, the protection behind her was simply as nice,” coach Prong mentioned. “We had one error within the fourth, however recovered and made the remainder of the performs to seal the win. A real staff effort and win for our staff.
The Trojans received all that Sawyer would want with a run within the first, whereas they scored two extra within the second and three extra within the third to interrupt it open.
Freshman centerfielder Madison Boyce had one other large day on the plate as she completed 2-for-3 with a two-run residence run for the second straight sport.
Junior catcher Neva Saile additionally had a top quality afternoon as she doubled twice and added an RBI within the win.
The remainder was left to Sawyer.
“Sammie attacked the zone and blended speeds properly utilizing every of her pitches successfully,” Prong mentioned. “We hit the ball properly — prime to backside towards a powerful pitcher in Martin. She assaults the zone and makes you swing the bat, our ladies had been aggressive within the depend and located the barrel. I’m very impressed with how our younger squad is growing and enhancing every day.”
Alexander improved to 3-1 with the win.
Brittany Martin took the loss within the circle for Attica, as she struck out 5, didn’t stroll a batter and allowed 10 hits.
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA 18, ELBA 3 (5)
CJ Ryan had a monster sport as she went 4-for-5 with a double and 4 RBIs on the plate whereas additionally tossing a 5 inning, three-hitter with 4 Okay’s as Oakfield-Alabama cruised to the GR victory Wednesday.
Lily Davis added three hits in three at bats with two doubles and three RBIs whereas Piper Hyde added three hits.
Kelsey Schlagenhauf additionally went 2-for-4 with two RBIs whereas Josie Reding and Jenna Gilbert every had two hits as properly.
Oakfield-Alabama had 17 hits on the day and in addition scored eight runs within the prime of the primary inning to interrupt it open early.
KENDALL 13, WHEATLAND-CHILI 2
Visiting Kendall was led by sophomore first baseman Lauren Pilon who went 3-for-5 with two doubles and 5 RBIs because the Woman Eagles received the GR victory.
Junior pitcher Sara Mattle was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs whereas additionally pitching a whole sport six-hitter with six strikeouts.
Julie Coble and Ciera Kupferschmid every added three hits apiece whereas Shelby Kruger was 2-for-5 with two doubles and two RBIs.
Emma Quintern added two hits and two runs scored in her first varsity sport.
Kendall raises their file to 2-3 total whereas the Wildcats fell to 0-4.
BYRON-BERGEN 13, HOLLEY 3
Host Byron-Bergen (2-3) celebrated senior evening in fashion for his or her lone senior on the roster — Kelly Eire, because the Bees received the victory Wednesday.
Byron-Bergen broke open a detailed sport with 10 runs within the fifth inning.
For B-B, Kendall Phillips pitched a whole sport 5 hitter putting out 16 batters. Phillips additionally ripped a triple on the plate.
Lexi Vurraro led the offense with three hits whereas Aly Ball had a double.
Coach Mariah LaSpina was completely happy for the win however extra completely happy to ship Eire off with a victory on her residence discipline.
“She is a superb softball participant and even higher individual,” coach LaSpina mentioned of Eire.
For Holley (0-3), Rachel Howard led the way in which with two hits.
LYNDONVILLE 14, PEMBROKE 10
Lyndonville scored seven runs within the backside of the fourth inning to show an 8-2 deficit right into a 9-8 lead and so they added two extra within the fifth and three extra within the sixth because the host Tigers held on for the victory.
Lyndonville’s offense was clicking as Brynn Howell led the way in which with three hits whereas Lorelei Dillenbeck, Addison Dillenbeck, Brooke Robinson and Ella Lewis all had two hits every.
Lorelei Dillenbeck smacked a HR whereas Robinson and Lewis added a double and triple respectively.
Successful pitcher Haley Shaffer went the gap with three Okay’s for the Tigers (4-1).
Allie Schwerthoffer struck out six for the Woman Dragons, who fell to 3-1.