Lady Tigers rally to down Pembroke
Trailing 8-2, Lyndonville used a big seven run fourth inning rally to key a 14-10 victory over Pembroke this afternoon in a Genesee Region League softball game.
A two-run home run by Lorelei Dillenbeck along with two-run singles by Chloe Stinson and Brooke Robinson highlighted the decisive rally which also included singles by Addison Dillenbeck and Haley Shaffer.
Improving to 4-1, the Lady Tigers tacked on two more runs in the fifth and three in the sixth to close out the win.
Brynn Howell had 3 hits on the day for the Lady Tigers as Lorelei Dillenbeck, Robinson, Shaffer and Addison Dillenbek each had two.
Kendall 13, Wheatland-Chili 2
Lauren Pilon, Julie Coble and Ciera Kupferschmid each had 3 hits and winning pitcher Sara Mattle, Shelby Kruger and Emma Quintern each banged out 2 for Kendall in the 13-2 win at Wheatland-Chili.
Pilon and Kruger both had a pair of doubles. Pilon also drove in 5 runs as Mattle and Kruger each plated 2.
In the circle, Mattle scattered 6 hits and struck out 6.
Byron-Bergen 13, Holley 4
A big 9 run fifth inning keyed Byron-Bergen to a 13-4 G-R win over Holley.
Rachel Howard had 2 hits for Holley as Tia Hoffarth had an RBI double and Halee Passarell and Kayleigh Neale run producing singles.
Notre Dame 6, Medina 3
A four run first inning scoring burst, which included doubles by Sarah McGinnis and Sonji Warner, keyed Notre Dame to a 6-3 non league win at Medina.
Miriam Fike had a triple for Medina. Mustangs pitcher Bri Russell registered 9 strikeouts.