FREWSBURG - Eighth-grader Alyssa Hahn of Cassadaga Valley stopped Frewsburg's 13-game winning streak on Wednesday afternoon.
Hahn tossed a seven-hitter with four walks and two strikeouts as Cassadaga Valley (8-4, 10-7) upset Frewsburg (11-1, 13-4) , 6-4, in Division 2 girls softball.
Cassadaga Valley scored three runs in the seventh inning on three errors and two walks to overcome a 4-3 deficit.
At left, Westfield’s Laura Tofil delivers to the plate during a Division 3 softball game at Maple Grove. Above, Randolph’s Tyler Henderson fires to first base during a Division 2 softball game against Silver Creek.
P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson (left)
Photo by Roger Coda (above)
Losing pitcher Sam Mott allowed only three hits and struck out nine, but walked eight.
Kelsey Brown, Ashley Carroll and Kaitlin Johnson had singles for the Lady Cougars.
Mott stroked three hits, including an RBI triple, and McKenzie Cass added two hits, one a two-run single in the third inning, for Frewsburg.
FALCONER HOLDS ON
FALCONER - Abby Courtney tossed a six-hitter, struck out six and didn't issue a walk to lead the Falconer Lady Golden Falcons to a 4-3 Division 1 softball victory over Southwestern.
Falconer tallied three runs in the first inning, highlighted by Shannon Gunnell's two-run single, and led 4-0 after five frames. But the Trojans scored two runs in the sixth and one more in the seventh - all unearned - to make the game interesting.
Courtney finished with two hits, including a double and Jenna Fellows also had two hits for the Lady Golden Falcons (6-11, 6-8).
Sydney Burk scattered five hits, struck out two and walked two for Southwestern (5-9 in the division). Six different players had a single apiece for the Lady Trojans.
DRAGONS SPLIT PAIR
Maple Grove split a Division 3 doubleheader on Wednesday, losing a 9-4 battle with Westfield in the opener and then bouncing back with a 6-2 defeat of Franklinville in the nightcap.
With the victory and the loss, Maple Grove ended its regular season with a 7-5 mark in league play.
Laura Tofil was the winning pitcher in the opening game, hurling seven innings of six-hit ball. She fanned three and walked three.
Westfield was led by Rachel Allen and Kathryn Catalano, who each hit a double and a single. Teammate Sarah Burgoon chipped in with a double as well.
The Lady Wolverines, who had built a 3-1 advantage through four innings, broke the game open in the fifth when they plated six runs on three Maple Grove errors.
Mackenzie Ellis scattered six hits and sent down seven on strikes to earn the game-two win for the Lady Red Dragons.
Trailing 2-0, Maple Grove knotted the game in the third before taking the lead once and for all during a three-run fifth.
Leading the way in the victory was Lauren Nickerson, who had three hits, including a double, and Morgan Lehman, who had a pair of singles.
For Franklinville, Linnea Pollock was the lone batter to record multiple hits, finishing with a double and a single.
HEWES LEADS WAY
MAYVILLE - Courtney Hewes was the leading hitter as Chautauqua Lake (7-5, 10-5) upended Panama.
Hewes delivered two RBIs and had a single, double and a triple while Ashley Moulton tripled and doubled and knocked in a run. Jessie Harrington, Luci Sena, winning pitcher Lauren Cummings and Hannah Rauh each doubled and a singled with an RBI apiece.
Harrington, Sena, Rauh and Cummings were honored on Senior Day prior to the game.
Jessica Leonard and Kirsten Green recorded two hits with Leonard driving in a run for Panama.
DUGAN HURLS SHUTOUT
SOUTH DAYTON - Forestville's Ryanne Dugan and the Lady Hornets came out on top in a pitcher's duel with a 4-0 win over Pine Valley (4-8, 5-8).
Dugan struck out 10, walked one and gave up just three hits. Her counterpart, Jessica Wilcox, also struck out 10, did not allow a walk and also scattered just three hits.
Emily Dillenburg led Forestville's offense with two hits and Alicia Szumigala had the other hit.
The Lady Panthers received base hits from Ashley Carpenter, Nicole Reinhardt and Aaron Waterman.
CLYMER - Jess Putcher was the winning pitcher and helped her own cause with four hits, including a triple, in Brocton's 12-3 victory over Clymer on Tuesday.
Jessica Merle (two RBIs) added three hits, and Jusko (two RBIs) had two for the Lady Bulldogs.
Carly McAfoose (double) and Andrea Freddenburg both had two hits for Clymer (3-8, 3-7).