Albion gains first N-O softball win

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 6 May 2014 at 12:00 am

Newfane downs Medina

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Amanda McCauley bangs out a hit for Medina during the Mustangs loss to Newfane this afternoon at Vets Park.

Snapping a season long seven league game losing streak, Albion outlasted visiting Barker 18-14 this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans softball game.

Ashlee Bocach had four hits and Kelsee Soule three for Albion as Kelsey Schmitt, Andrea Aman, Olivia Prest and Isabella Prest each had two.

Albion scored three times in the first, third and fourth innings and later plated eight in the decisive sixth frame. Isabella Prest had a big three-run triple in the sixth inning and also a two-run double in the third.

Mary Rounds had three hits for Barker as Erika Moeller and Destinee Hillman both had two.

Barker slips to 4-3.

Newfane 17, Medina 5
Exploding for nine runs in the first inning, Newfane went on to defeat Medina 17-5 this afternoon in a N-O game.

A lead-off home run by Olivia Littman ignited Newfane’s decisive opening frame which also included a home run by Gabby Sinnott.

Katie Kneeland also had a big day at the plate for the Lady Panthers banging out four hits with six RBIs, including a bases loaded triple which highlighted a five run third inning.

Mallori Wienke and Liz Meyer both hit home runs for Medina.

Newfane improves to 5-2 and Medina slips to 1-6.

Akron 6, Roy-Hart 2
Akron (6-2) knocked Roy-Hart (6-1) from the unbeaten ranks with a key 6-2 N-O victory.
Brooke Peters hurled a four hitter with two strikeouts for Akron while Roy-Hart hurler Taylor Fry scattered nine hits and struck out two.

Akron scored three times in the second inning without the benefit of a hit.

Ashley Bower had two hits, including a triple, for Roy-Hart.

Wilson 15, CSAT 2
Wilson improved to 6-1 and gained a share of first place with a 15-2 victory at CSAT as Ana Breyer hurled a five hitter with five strikeouts in five innings of work in the circle.

Emily Lasher had two doubles and five RBIs and Jenn Darlack four RBIs for Wilson.