Panama beats rain, Brocton
BROCTON – The Panama Lady Panthers (6-4) didn’t let a rain delay slow them down on Friday en route to a 6-4 victory over the Brocton Lady Bulldogs in CCAA West II softball action.
Sarah Osborne earned the win in the circle with a five-inning performance in which she allowed four runs on five hits with one strikeout.
Jess Putcher took the loss, allowing six hits and striking out eight in a complete-game effort.
Brittany Lenart’s two-run homerun powered the Lady Panthers, who took a two-run lead in the third inning and never looked back.
Madalyn Bowen added two hits and an RBI in the win.
Jess Delcamp was Brocton’s lone bright spot on offense with two hits and an RBI.
Brocton travels to Chautauqua Lake on Monday.
Franklinville 2, Forestville 1
FRANKLINVILLE – The Forestville Lady Hornets (5-4, 4-3) were only able to get in one game of a scheduled double header on Friday, a 2-1 loss to the Franklinville Lady Panthers in CCAA East II softball action.
Ally Haskell earned the win with a five-inning, complete-game performance.
Haskell struck out nine, walked one and allowed five hits.
Alisha Szumagala took the loss with seven strikeouts, two walks and three hits.
Elizabeth Gilman led the Forestville offense in defeat with two bunt hits.
The Lady Hornets are back in action on Tuesday at Pine Valley.
Maple Grove 11,
Silver Creek 9,
Silver Creek 2,
Maple Grove 1
SILVER CREEK – Silver Creek (5-9, 2-7) split a doubleheader with Maple Grove Friday, during CCAA West I softball action.
The Black Knights dropped the first game 11-9 in six innings, before winning the second game, 2-1.
Allison Harford lost the first game, but won the the second after tossing a complete game in which she allowed a run on three hits while striking out four and walking one.
The Black Knights took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning after Darrien Spruce singled, moved to second on a passed ball and scored on Jenny Pearl’s triple.
However, the Lady Red Dragons tied the game in the top of the third on an RBI single off the bat of Mary Nickerson.
Then, in Silver Creek’s half of the third, Harford helped her own cause with an RBI double that chased home Pearl with the eventual game-winning run.
In the first game, Maple Grove scored four runs in the first, two in the second, one in the fourth and two each in the fifth and sixth innings to earn the win. Silver Creek pulled to within one, 4-3, in the first, then scored three runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth to tie the game 9-all.