Byron-Bergen rallies past Lyndonville

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 5 May 2014 at 12:00 am

Wilson tops Albion; Roy-Hart wins two

Photo by Cheryl Wertman – Byron-Bergen catcher Courtney Bow puts the tag on Lyndonville’s Rebekah Hoffee during first inning action of the host Lady Tigers loss to the Bees this afternoon.

Byron-Bergen rallied for five runs in the seventh inning to nip host Lyndonville 5-3 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League softball game.

Hailey Wetherbee had two hits for Lyndonville which had a season opening five game winning streak snapped.

Lyndonville, which was unable to cpaitalize on a bases loaded opportunity in the first inning, did score three times in the sixth but could not hold the advantage. Wetherbee and Morgan Hungerford both had RBI singles in the sixth for the Lady Tigers.

In another G-R contest, Notre Dame blanked Holley 14-0. Sarah Wharram and Brianna Barber had the only hits for the Lady Hawks.

Wilson edged past Albion

A last inning rally fell just short as Albion dropped a narrow 6-5 decision to visiting Wilson this afternoon in a Niagara-Orleans League softball game.

Trailing 6-2, Albion rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh on run producing singles by Meghan Hurley, Kelsee Soule and Andrea Aman but left the tying run stranded at third.

Soule had a total of three hits and Hurley two. Savannah Allen, Ashlee Bocach, Nicole Dicureia and Olivia Prest also had hits for the Purple Eagles.

Alissa DiCesare had three hts and Emily Lasher two for Wilson. The duo also anchored the left side of the Wilson infield as DiCesare had five assists and one putout at third and Lasher three putouts and two assists at shortstop.

Wilson improves to 4-1 and Albion slips to 0-7.

Roy-Hart 8, 13, CSAT 4, 0
Roy-Hart stayed perfect at 6-0 by sweeping a doubleheader from host CSAT by scores of 8-4 and 13-0.

Taylor Fry hurled a four hitter with three strikeouts and also banged out three hits to lead Roy-Hart in the opener. Taylor Brown also had three hits and Ashley Bower two and three RBIs for the Lady Rams.

Fry and Bower then combined to pitch a four hitter with nine strikeouts in notching the second game shutout.

Lindsay Yates and Bower both had three hits and three RBIs and Hannah Rausch two hits for the Lady Rams in that contest.