Lady Tigers romp past Lady Trojans
Taking charge with a big 8 run second inning scoring burst, Lyndonville went on to post a 19-4 victory over visiting Alexander this afternoon in a 15-run rule Genesee Region League softball game.
A three-run home run by Aubrey Lewis highlighted the decisive second inning uprising for Lyndonville which snapped an early 2-2 tie.
Haley Wetherbee also had a double and Lisa Boyce 2 singles in the inning which also included singles by Morgan Hungerford, Rebekah Hoffee and Kaitlyn Albone.
The Lady Tigers also had a big 6 run fourth inning highlighted by a three-run triple by Wetherbee.
Boyce, who closed out the victory with a two-run single in the sixth, had a total of 4 hits on the day as Hoffee had 3 and Lewis, Hungerford, Wetherbee and Albone 2 each.
On defense, Albone turned a double play in the sixth inning which also saw Miranda Lembke at catcher throw a runner out at second.
Maddy Boyle went the distance in the circle for the Lady Tigers scattering 4 hits and striking out 7.
Lyndonville is now 5-1 in the league and 7-1 overall.
Oakfield-Alabama 16, Holley 0
A single by Bailey Papaj was Holley’s only hit in a 16-0 G-R loss to visiting Oakfield-Alabama.
Holley pitcher Madison Day registered 9 strikeouts.
Elba 6, Kendall 0
Chelsea Wright, Kacey Menge and Marisa Hanlon had the only hits for host Kendall in the Lady Eagles 6-0 G-R loss to Elba.