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April 23, 2013

Lewis, Miners blank Alco, 12-0


FROSTBURG — Carlie Lewis fired a one-hitter and smacked a triple and a double and knocked in four runs to lead unbeaten Mountain Ridge to its 12th straight win, a 12-0 shutout of Allegany Tuesday afternoon.

Lewis allowed only a leadoff bunt single by Tallia Logsdon. She walked two and struck out five in the game, which was shortened to 4 1/2 innings by the 10-run rule.

The Miners (12-0, 11-0 AMAC) scored five times in the first inning and led 11-0 after three.

Allie Hawkins went 3 for 3 with a triple and two singles, Jenna Miller had three singles and two RBIs, Anna Broadwater tripled and singled and Shae Winner singled twice for Mountain Ridge, which banged out 15 hits.

Amanda DuVall excelled defensively at third base.

Mountain Ridge will host Northern today at 4 p.m. Allegany (6-4, 4-3) will entertain Northern on Thursday at 4:30.

No. 4 East Hardy    11

Pendleton    0

FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Jodie Funkhouser stifled Pendleton to no runs on three hits and six strikeouts in a win for East Hardy at Pendleton on Tuesday.

Autumn Mathias drove in two runs on three hits. Morgan Mongold tripled and singled. Rayann Foltz singled twice for the Cougars.

Pendleton’s three singles came from Nicole Hedrick, Brittany Hoffman and Hillary Ord.

East Hardy (13-6) plays today at Moorefield at 7 p.m.

Moorefield    10 13

Tygarts Valley    0   0

MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — Beth Cook launched two home runs for Moorefield in a 13-0 win in the second game. The Yellow Jackets won the opener 10-0 over Tygarts Valley in a doubleheader at Moorefield Tuesday.

Alyssa Redmon twirled a two-hit shutout in game one, striking out five and walking one.

Alyssa Rexrode tripled and singled.

Paige Pritt and Alexis Vandevender each singled to account for Tygarts Valley’s only hits off of Taylor Zuber in game two.

Cook finished with four RBIs. Katelynn Wills drove in three runs on a triple and a single. McKenzie Weese doubled and singled. Michaela Regester had a two-run single.

Moorefield (20-3) hosts East Hardy today at 7 p.m.

Southern    15

Frankfort    5

OAKLAND — Sydney Legeer had four hits, including a home run in the sixth inning, to lead an 18-hit attack that carried Southern past Frankfort in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic League game.

Faith Tichnell added three singles and Michaela Bosley, Alicia Roth, Emily O’Neill, Brianna Glass and Brooke Spiker had two hits each. Glass was the winning pitcher, scattering 10 hits and striking out six.

Autumn dishman went 3 for 3 and Alexis Rice homered and singled for Frankfort.

Southern hosts Fort Hill on Thursday. Frankfort entertains Hampshire today.

Hope for Hyndman    27

Bishop Walsh    0

CUMBERLAND — Katie Cosgrove went 5 for 6 with a two-run home run and six RBIs to lead Hope for Hyndman Charter past Bishop Walsh at Cavanaugh Field.

Julie Sanders had four singles and four RBIs, Mazi Diehl doubled and singled twice and winning pitcher Karly Wilison had a double, two singles and two RBIs for the Hornets.

Willison tossed a two-hitter and struck out nine in the five-inning game.

Maggie Mathews and Nicole Ross had singles for Bishop Walsh (0-10), which plays at Turkeyfoot on Monday.

Hope for Hyndman (6-5) visits Rockwood on Friday.

Mountain Ridge JV    17

Allegany JV    2

FROSTBURG — Molly Winner and Kara Kyle tripled, singled and knocked in a pair of runs as Mountain Ridge rolled past Allegany in junior varsity softball.

Ashlyn Hormuth added two singles and two RBIs for the Miners. Kayla Stickey tossed a three-hitter, allowing only three singles, and struck out eight for the win.

Mountain Ridge (7-0-1) will host Northern today. Allegany will host Northern on Thursday.

Southern JV    8

Frankfort JV    5

OAKLAND — Paranda Uber hit two singles and scored two runs to help Southern beat Frankfort in a javyee game shortened to four innings by darkness.

Nicole McClosky also scored two runs for Southern. Carlee Andrews got the win, allowing four hits while striking out four. Maddie Lark singled and scored twice for Frankfort.

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