Quick start keys Lady Eagles past Lady Tigers

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 15 May 2024 at 7:19 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Kendall’s Sophia Picardo slides safely into second base as Rylan Townsend looks to make the play for Lyndonville. The action took place during the Lady Eagles win over the visiting Lady Tigers this afternoon.

Roaring out to an 11-0 lead in the first two innings, Kendall went on to down visiting Lyndonville 17-12 in a Genesee Region League softball game this afternoon.

Kendall scored 6 quick runs in the first inning as Ella Christ had a two-run double and Maggie Zastrow and winning pitcher Danielle Offhaus RBI singles.

Keeping the momentum, the Lady Eagles tacked on 5 more runs in the second inning as Sophia Picardo had an RBI single.

Brooke Rodas and Zastrow both finished with 3 hits and Offhaus 2 for the Lady Eagles.

Addie Dillenbeck had a double and triple, Hanna Fox a double and Alexa Robinson 2 hits for the Lady Tigers.

Notre Dame 13, Albion 0
Notre Dame blanked Albion 13-0 in a non league contest as Loretta Sorochty struck out 20 and allowed only 2 hits.

Sorochty, Mia Treleaven, Amma Sisson and Gianna Falleti each finished with 2 hits.

Alexander 11, Barker 6
Alexander scored 6 runs in the seventh inning to down Barker 11-6 in a non league contest.

Rachel Sutter and Elise Monaco both had 2 hits for Barker.

Akron 14, Albion 3
Vince Consiglio hit a grand slam home run and Anthony Consiglio a two-run homer to lead Akron to 14-3 win over Albion in the N-O finale played at Newfane.

Jack Julicher finished with 3 hits and Vince Consiglio 2 for the Tigers which wind up at 6-6 in N-O action.

On the mound, Julicher allowed 4 hits and struck out 6 in the 5 inning run rule contest.

Final N-O Standings: Medina 11-1, Roy-Hart 9-3, Newfane 7-5, Wilson 7-5, Akron 6-6, Albion 2-10, Barker 0-12.

Lyndonville catcher Addie Dillenbeck awaits the ball as Angelina Aguirre crosses home plate for Kendall.