Solvay softball blows out Westhill, 19-1

Bearcats score in every inning against rival Warriors

Jackie Gardner pitched a complete-game shutout and gave up as many hits (four) as she got at the plate. Antonacci and Shanen Sullivan each had three hits. McGuire and Sydney Cimini both earned three RBIs as Sullivan and DiBello drove in two runs apiece. Julie Gardner scored three times.

It was Delperuto taking over in Wednesday’s 7-0 shutout of Chittenango, hitting a home run, triple and double, scoring three runs and earning three RBIs as Julie Gardner also scored three times, joining DiBello and Poli with one RBI apiece. Jackie Gardner held the Bears to three hits, amassing 13 strikeouts along the way.

Meanwhile, Westhill crushed Skaneateles 26-2 last Monday, getting eight runs in the first inning and six runs in the third and fourth innings, plus five runs in the fifth.

Mascari, who hit four home runs in a game at Skaneateles a year earlier, managed two doubles and four RBIs here, leading an attack where all 10 Westhill batters drove in at least one run and scored at least once.

Maggie Liberati had four hits and four RBIs, while Lobello hit the Warriors’ only home run, joining Mackenzie Davis and Nina Scramale with two RBIs apiece as Abby Bornstein drove in three runs. Davis, Lobello and Kathleen Clark each scored four runs.

More runs followed for the Warriors a day later in an 18-0 shutout of Chittenango, where Westhill scored in every inning, capped by a seven-run outburst in the second, and piled up 21 hits.

Mascari had three of those hits, including a home run, and got four RBIs as she combined with Scramale to pitch a three-hit shutout that included 12 Ks.

Clark drove in three runs as she, along with Liberati, Lobello and Claire Hewitt, each pounded out three hits. Bornstein matched Clark’s three-RBI output as Lobello, Hewitt and Davis drove in two runs apiece.

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