Gallaghers rolls to 11-1 victory over Hackers

By Staff
Playoff action continues at Firemen's Youth Park this week as the Niles-Brandywine Girls Softball Association continues its tournaments.
Michiana Box &Crate….7
Fullers……………………….4
Carly Gordon earned the pitching victory for Michiana Box &Crate as she threw five strikeouts and gave up just three hits. Angela Newman took the loss despite striking out six batters.
Cara Frucci led Michiana at the plate with two doubles and a single.
Dee Echevarria and Newman each hit two singles for Fullers and Kelsey Castle added a single.
Gallaghers….11
Hackers……….1
Cricket Fisher gave up just thre hits and no runs as she earned the victory for Gallaghers. Demi Schrader took the loss for Hackers.
Denise Echevarria and Kendra Zache each hit two singles and a double for Gallaghers. Kaley Jones added a triple and Kati Kelly hit two singles.
Schrader, Sommer Bowen and Taylor Watson each hit a single for Hackers.
Sherwood….16
Dugout………..4
Kylee Mudd earned the pitching victory for Sherwood. Jennifer Cowen took the loss for Dugout.
Lindsay Carey led Sherwood at the plate with three singles. Kalie Newman added a double and a single while Torii Mitchell hit a triple and Connie Brant hit a double.
Cowen helped her own cause with two singles and a double. Kara Allen added a double and a single while Cassie Marazita and Brooke Allen each hit singles.
Hackers……9
Schillings….5
Stephanie Stoops earned the pitching victory for Hackers. Jenna Ignowski took the loss for Schillings.
Delaine Schroder led Hackers with a single.
Brooke Coshow led Schillings with a double and a single while Ignowski and Jayme O'Bryant each hit two singles.
Moose……………………….7
Michiana Box &Crate….5
Jen York earned the pitching victory for Moose while Cara Frucci took the loss for Michiana Box &Crate.
Keriann Sears led Moose at the plate with two singles. Sam Beck and Linsey Ross each added a single.
Frucci led Michiana at the plate with a double and two singles. Monica Bender added a triple.
East Main….9
Bridges……..4
Kristina Ford threw three strikeouts as she earned the pitching victory for East Main. Julie Kater took the loss for Bridges despite striking out four batters.
Elizabeth Carlson and Ashley Pointer led East Main with three singles apiece. Kayla Gross added two singles and Missy Low hit a double.
Jaclyn Mummaw led Bridges with three singles and a double.

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