More prep softball results
Poland 2, North Allegheny 1
Kasie Serich scattered five hits and a walk and struck out 11 for the Bulldogs (16-7). Phoebe Bush drove in the game-winner with a single with two outs in the seventh. Anna Barnhart plated Poland’s first run in the fifth inning. North Allegheny tied the game in the bottom of the sixth.
Ursuline 11, Hubbard 0
Makayla Shore allowed just two hits and struck out nine and also contributed a double, two singles and two RBI for Ursuline (14-4). Macey Gunther doubled and singled and Christina Xenakis had two hits and two RBI. Hubbard is 7-10.
Champion 2, Liberty 1, 8 innings
Champion scored the game-winner in the eighth in a game resumed after being postponed by rain on April 25 in the fifth inning with the score tied at 1-1. Kayla Hunt finished with 12 strikeouts for Champion (9-7-1, 7-3 AAC National). Lyndsay Johnson struck out seven for Liberty and had three hits, while Leah Leshnack tripled and singled for the Leopards.
South Range 15, Crestview 6
A nine-run first inning put South Range (16-2, 10-0) in command as the Raiders clinched a tie for the Inter Tri-County League Tier One title. Jordan Youngs had a double, three singles and three runs batted in and Darrian Yanek tripled, doubled and singled and drove in two runs. Carly DeRose added four hits and two RBI, and Stevie Taylor and Sarah Moretti both doubled, singled and drove in two runs. Crestview is 13-6 and 7-5.
McDonald 8, Sebring 6
Jen Golden ripped a triple and three singles and drove in three runs to lead McDonald (7-9, 6-4 ITCL Tier Two). Summer Woloschak added a double and two singles and Kerrigan McDermott had two hits and two RBI. Leigh Gatta struck out 10. For Sebring (6-9), Maretich doubled and drove in two runs.
Campbell 4, Leetonia 3
Campbell (2-13) scored three times in the top of the seventh, breaking a 1-1 tie, and it needed all three as Leetonia (8-6) countered with a pair of tallies in the bottom half of the inning. Nomiki Tsagaris drove home one of the three Campbell runs in the seventh, her second RBI of the game, and the other two scored on passed balls. Sia Koullias struck out five on the mound for Campbell.
West Branch 5, Salem 3
The Warriors (16-3, 7-2 NBC) used a four-run fifth inning to rally from a 2-0 deficit as Kaylie Lewis (eight strikeouts) and Catie Metzgar combined for the win. Bailey McElwain led West Branch with a double and two RBI. Kari Seddon had two doubles, two singles and two runs batted in for Salem (2-15, 0-10).
LaBrae 17, Windham 5
Kasey Rininger tripled, doubled and singled twice and Emily Dugan doubled, singled and drove in four runs to lead LaBrae (14-3). Somer McCoy had a double, two singles and three RBI, Jessica Buck doubled and singled and drove in two, and Danielle Miracle and Taylor Smith added three hits apiece.
East Palestine 3, United 1
Karly Pence struck out 19, walked one and yielded just three hits against United (3-16). Pence also led the East Palestine (6-12, 4-6 ITCL Tier One) offense with a double, a single and two RBI.
Mathews 4, Maplewood 0
Chayenne Eggens fired a three-hitter with 15 strikeouts and Tabby Granelly doubled twice and drove in three runs for the Mustangs (13-6, 11-0 NAC).
Lordstown 3, Grand Valley 2, 9 innings
Freshman Alyssa Sterle delivered an RBI single in the top of the ninth inning to snap a 2-2 tie and lead the Red Devils (10-3, 5-3 NAC). Hailey Toporcer struck out nine and walked one in a complete-game victory. Chyanne Ensign walked to lead off the ninth for Lordstown and the Red Devils loaded the bases on an error and a single by Daisy Free. Sterle followed with a single.