High Schools: Scotia-Glenville softball rolls against Broadalbin-Perth (with photo gallery)

Scotia-Glenville's Ayanna Nicklas-Ortiz slides into home plate with Broadalbin-Perth pitcher Arianna Smith on a wild pitch
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Scotia-Glenville's Ayanna Nicklas-Ortiz slides into home plate with Broadalbin-Perth pitcher Arianna Smith on a wild pitch

HIGH SCHOOLS Scotia-Glenville won 18-1 in Foothills Council softball against Broadalbin-Perth in five innings. In the win, Sophie Kownack starred with four hits, three runs scored and three RBIs on offense, and Kownack also struck out three batters in three innings. Keeley Kristel struck out four batters in two innings, and added three hits, three runs scored and three RBIs. Bella Harold also had three hits, three runs scored and three RBIs, while Ayanna Nicklas-Ortiz added three hits, three runs scored and two RBIs. Shae Kanchos had a hit and scored a run for Broadalbin-Perth.

In a game that lasted five innings, South Glens Falls’ Tori Young didn’t allow a hit in a 12-0 win against Johnstown. Young struck out eight and walked three. At the plate, Young was 2 for 2 with a double and five RBIs.

[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”24″ display=”basic_imagebrowser”]Queensbury won 10-7 against Glens Falls, which received a grand slam from Lillian Haggerty. For Queensbury, Alexis Rogers struck out 13 batters and allowed three earned runs in a complete-game win, while Emma Sponzo led the offense with four hits, three runs scored and an RBI.

Anna Cleary struck out 15 batters in Bethlehem’s 3-1 Suburban Council win against Shaker. Mackenzie Kawczak had two hits and an RBI to lead Bethlehem’s offense, while Charlotte Higgs walked twice and scored twice. Tatum Passonno had three hits and scored Shaker’s run.

Ava Heffner hit a home run and Morgan Ormerod struck out 13 batters in five no-hit innings as part of Ichabod Crane’s 26-0 win against Lansingburgh. The Colonial Council game lasted five innings. Abbey Milazzo, Ashley Ames, Makayla Walsh and Ormerod each had multiple hits and RBIs.

Olivia DeCitise struck out 14 batters in a complete-game effort for Troy in its 6-2 non-league win against Whitesboro. DeCitise was 3 for 4 with two runs scored and two RBIs, while teammates Olivia Ashline, Kierra Laranjo and Emma Thompson each added two hits. Laranjo had two RBIs.

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