On the strength of McKenzie Martin's pitching, Jamestown High School evened the season's series with host Southwestern (4-8) on Wednesday afternoon in Division 1 girls softball.
Martin tossed a six-hitter with six strikeouts and a walk as Jamestown trimmed Southwestern, 11-2, to avenge an earlier 8-6 setback.
Jessica Pace keyed a three-run first inning with a two-run triple while Kaitlyn Haines added a two-run triple and Martin an RBI double during four-run sixth inning.
Hannah Pollino and Martin wound up with two hits for the winners.
Kate Johnson led Southwestern with two hits and teammate Alex Sullivan tripled.
FREWSBURG - Sam Mott was dominant on the mound, recording 16 strikeouts on her way to a three-hitter as Frewsburg (9-0, 11-3) took care of Portville (6-4, 8-7), 8-2.
The Bears were behind, 1-0, when they came up in the fourth inning and scored six times. Reyanne Strong hit a two-run single, and Alanna Blanchard and Karlee Foti run-scoring singles to key the outburst.
Shawna Raymond and Blanchard had two hits in the victory.
Darienne Slocum scored both Portville runs and had a hit while Gia George had two hits.
HAHN LEADS WAY
SILVER CREEK - Alyssa Hahn pitched the Cassadaga Valley Lady Cougars (7-3, 9-6) to an impressive 13-1 victory over Silver Creek (1-8, 2-10).
Hahn went five strong innings, allowing two hits.
Cassadaga Valley's offense was led by Kelcie Brown's two hits, two runs and two RBIs, Kristi Zink's two hits and three RBIs and Kaitlin Johnson's two hits with an RBI. Mya Sischo also had two hits in the win.
Silver Creek's Christina Williams smacked her second home run of the season and Jenny Pearl singled in a losing effort.
DUGAN DOES IT AGAIN
FORESTVILLE - Ryanne Dugan tossed a three-hitter and truck out nine en route to her fifth straight shutout to lift Forestville to a 10-0 victory over Panama.
Precious Kaczor led the way for the Lady Hornets with a two-run triple and a two-run home run, while Cherish Pope and Dugan each had three hits.
The win raised Forestville's record to 10-1 overall and 8-1 in the division.