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April 25, 2014

Ringler powers Hyndman’s win

BERLIN, Pa. — Jessica Ringler had a big day in the circle and at the plate as Hope for Hyndman overpowered Berlin 10-2 on Friday afternoon.

Ringler fired a two-hitter, walked one and struck out 12 in a dominating pitching performance. At the plate, she was a perfect 5 for 5 with a solo home run, two doubles, two singles and four runs scored.

The Hornets, who led 6-0 after two innings, finished with 12 hits. Kayla Wilt went 3 for 3 with a triple, double, two runs and four RBIs, and Kadi Cosgrove was 3 for 4 with a double, two singles, three runs and two RBIs. Mariah Deneen had an RBI single.

Hyndman (5-5) plays at Mountain Ridge on Monday.


Fort Hill    10

Southern    9

OAKLAND — Fort Hill scored eight runs in the top of the fifth inning and held off Southern in the bottom half to climb above .500 with an 8-7 record.

The Rams started the day with four runs in the home half of the first and increased their lead to 5-0 with a run in the third. Fort Hill scored its first two runs in the fourth, but Southern countered with three in the bottom of the fourth.

The Sentinels stormed out in front with an eight-run fifth and limited the Rams to one run in the seventh.

Alexis Kimmell hit a home run and a single with two runs batted in, while Bailey Godlove and Emma Bauer had a double and two RBIs each. Lakiah Powell had a single and one RBI.

For Southern, Paranda Uber hit a solo home run and a single, while Briana Bosley hit a double and three singles with two RBIs. Faith Tichnell drove in a run with a double and two singles. Brianna Glass and Lexi Trickett added RBI singles.

Fort Hill (5-3 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference) plays today, noon, at Mountain Ridge. Southern will play Northern on Monday.

Northern JV    10

Allegany JV    7

ACCIDENT — Tori Bittinger had three singles and knocked in five runs as Northern beat Allegany in a slugfest.

Jackie Chapman had two doubles and two runs scored, Hayley Chapman a double, two runs and two RBIs, and Abby Collins a single and three runs.

Hayley Chapman got the win, walking two and striking out seven in a complete-game performance.

Tarryn Logsdon and Carly McKenzie each had two doubles and a single for Allegany, with Logsdon scoring twice. Hannah Bush doubled and scored twice, Alex Deshong had three singles and scored twice and Abby Brauer two singles.

On Tuesday, Northern won at Frankfort 14-1.

Chapman tossed a three-hitter and struck out four, and ripped two doubles and drove in three runs at the plate. Jackie Chapman tripled, scored three runs and knocked in four.

Sydney Flanagan doubled for Frankfort.

Northern (5-6) plays at Southern on Monday.

Southern JV    11

Fort Hill JV    4

OAKLAND — Morgan Winegardner had three RBIs on a triple and a single and Southern handled Fort Hill during a seven-run win in junior varsity action.

Danielle Collins singled three times and drove in two runs, with Katie Shreve adding an RBI single.

Fort Hill’s O’Neal hit a double and Elliotte had a single and an RBI.

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