J-D softball rolls to trio of victories

CBA softball denied in wild 22-21 defeat to Fulton

Hanson went four-for-six, scored four runs and managed five RBIs. Kaitlyn Wendl drove in four runs, while Valerino and Pierret each drove in two runs. Gabby Damico also scored four runs.

Things settled down on Friday, against Cortland, but CBA lost again, 7-4, gaining a 3-0 lead in the top of the fourth, but watching the Purple Tigers get all of its runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Bishop Grimes, who traveled to Myrtle Beach, S.C., for a week’s worth of games, lost, 8-3, to a fellow traveler, Marcellus, last Tuesday afternoon.

The Cobars were unable to overcome the Mustangs’ 5-0 start in the first two innings as it got just five hits off Mustangs pitching ace Molly MacLachlan, who finished with 10 strikeouts. But Grimes recovered Wednesday to beat Mercyhurst Prep 7-1.

East Syracuse-Minoa’s spring break trip to Myrtle Beach included some tough opponents. The Spartans lost, 15-9, to a local team from Myrtle Beach in its opening game, squandering an early 5-3 lead as Courtney Legare and Brittany Evans each drove in two runs. The Spartans also lost, 9-2, to Ryken and fell 11-0 to Lenoir later in the week.

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