Fast start sparks Lady Tigers past Lady Eagles

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 2 June 2021 at 7:20 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Lyndonville’s Gracie Johnson slides into second base ahead of the throw to Kendall’s Grace Robinson during the Lady Tigers win over the host Lady Eagles this afternoon.

Exploding for 16 runs over the first two innings, Lyndonville went on to defeat host Kendall 21-1 this afternoon in a Genesee Region League softball game.

Lyndonville jumped out to a quick 4-0 first inning lead on a two-run double by Lorelei Dillenbeck, a wild pitch and a sacrifice fly by winning pitcher Haley Shaffer. Leadoff singles by Gracie Johnson and Ella Lewis ignited the uprising which also included a triple by Addison Dillenbeck.

Lyndonville’s Chloe Stinson watches her home run clear the left field fence.

The Lady Tigers then broke the contest wide open by erupting for 12 runs in the second inning to take a commanding 16-0 lead.

A two-run home run by Chloe Stinson and a two-run triple by Addison Dillenbeck highlighted that scoring surge which also included RBI singles by Lewis, Lorelei Dillenbeck, Stinson, Shaffer, and Brianna Krisher.

Lewis and Lorelei Dillenbeck later both had RBI singles to highlight a four run third inning and Brynn Howell added an RBI single in the fourth frame.

Addison Dillenbeck finished with 4 hits, Johnson, Lewis, Lorelei Dillenbeck and Shaffer 3 each and Stinson 2.

In the circle, Shaffer scattered 4 hits and struck out 9.

Grace Levett had two hits and Libby Snyder a double for Kendall.

Lyndonville is now 11-1 and Kendall 5-7.

N-O Softball

Wilson 21, Roy-Hart 17

Wilson (2-3) outlasted Roy-Hart (3-2) 21-17 in a Niagara-Orleans League game.

Kaelin Faery and Alycia Thompson both had two hits and Juliana Levesque a triple for Wilson. Faery’s hits included a double.

Molley Russell, Casey James and Juliana Buscarino each had two hits for Roy-Hart. James’ hits included a double.

JV Baseball

Kendall defeated Lyndonville 15-0 this afternoon in a JV baseball game as Zach Barrett pitched a no hitter with 15 strikeouts.

Barrett, Nate Shaw and James Fox all had multiple hit games.

Kendall’s Grace Levett slides safely into third base as Lyndonville’s Ella Lewis reaches for the ball.