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May 1, 2013

Sports Roundup

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SOFTBALL

Morris 7, CV-S 5

4/29

Catcher Kelsea Webster’s three-run homer in the fourth inning helped visiting Morris to a win in the Tri-Valley League.

Teammates Kaylyn Oliver and Tessa Hitchcock scored two runs apiece for the Mustangs. Both were on base when Webster homered in the fourth to give Morris a 6-1 lead.

Cherry Valley-Springfield’s Maddie Archer doubled twice and finished with three RBIs. She hit a two-run double during the Patriots’ four-run fifth inning that ended with CV-S trailing, 7-5.

Emma Gohdy contributed a double and an RBI for the Patriots.

Morris 7, CV-S 5

Morris 120 310 0 – 7 13 1

CV-S 100 040 0 – 5 7 4

Tessa Hitchcock (W) and Kelsea Webster. Kylie Graham (L) and Jessica Carson. 2B: Amanda Flint (M), Maddie Archer (CV-S) 2, Emma Gohdy (CV-S). HR: Kelsea Webster (M).

Milford 15, Laurens 4

4/26

Unbeaten Milford received four hits from Kaley Chase, and three apiece from Marina Steele and Peggy Paffenroth en route to a Tri-Valley League win at home.

Paffenroth finished with four RBIs and Addy Lawson had a pair of hits for the Wildcats, who improved to 7-0 overall and in the league.

“I have three seniors, but we’re still kind of young,” Milford coach Jim Weir said.

Winning pitcher Kaitlin Van Winkler allowed one hit, struck out four and walked one over six innings.

Milford 15, Laurens 4

Laurens 000 100 3 - 4 4 3

Milford 344 051 x - 15 14 3

Megan Worden (L), Jess Hadlock (5) and Kayla Johnson. Kaitlin Van Winkler (W,7-0), Serena Chase (7) and Natasha Skillen, Maddy Zenir (7). 2B: Marina Steele (M). 3B: Dawn Pickwick (M), Kaley Chase (M).

Cooperstown 5, Waterville 1

4/24

Christina Noto led off the Center State Conference game with her first varsity homer and one batter later, Maggie Hall homered to lead visiting Cooperstown.

“It’s probably the first time I can remember two (home runs) in the same inning,” Cooperstown coach Dave Bliss said. “There’s no fence, but they were hit hard — one in the gap and the other down the line. They made it home easy.”

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