GOWANDA - Jessica Pace collected four hits and drove in three runs to lead the Jamestown Lady Red Raiders to an 18-5 victory over Gowanda.
Kaytlin Haines (double) added three hits and drove in two runs, while teammate Hannah Pollino checked in with three hits (double) and three RBIs.
McKenzie Martin tossed a nine-hitter to help Jamestown even its record at 2-2.
Clymer shortstop Courtney Newton holds the runner before throwing to first during Thursday’s Division 4 softball game against Ripley. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
FREWSBURG - Shawana Raymond had a superb performance for Frewsburg.
Raymond stroked five hits, including a double, while scoring seven times as the Bears prevailed over Salamanca with ease.
Sam Mott, Alanna Blanchard and Kaitlyn Blanchard hurled a two-hitter in the win with Mott throwing three innings, Alanna Blanchard an inning and Kaitlyn Blanchard the final three in the shutout.
Reyanne Strong drilled a grand-slam home run and Emily Johnson drilled two hits with a solo home run in the 27-hit attack.
Ashley Charlese Stants had two hits with a double for Salamanca.
FRANKLINVILLE - Behind the pitching of Mackenzie Ellis and the hitting of Brianne Davis and Lauren Nickerson, Maple Grove defeated Franklinville, 7-3.
Ellis tossed a seven-hitter, fanning five and walking three, while Davis had three hits and Nickerson two.
Nickerson drilled a solo home run in the fifth inning and added a double while scoring three times. Davis contributed three singles.
Meghan McKane tripled among three hits and Ally Haskell fired a seven-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks in the loss.
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CLYMER - Sam Treveline had three hits, all doubles, and drove in three runs as the Eagles prevailed over Clymer, 20-3.
Also with three hits, including a double, for Ripley were Sam Judd and Chanda Mellors. Two hits and two RBIs went to Melanie McCutcheon. One of McCutcheon's hits was a triple.
Carly McAfoose drilled two hits, including a triple, for Clymer.