BATAVIA — Caitlin Ryan tripled home Kelsey Schlagenhauf with the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning as Oakfield-Alabama defeated Notre Dame 5-3 in GR softball action Thursday at GCC.

Ryan’s big hit gave the Lady Hornets the 4-3 lead.

Lily Davis singled home Ryan with an insurance run to make it 5-3.

O-A scored two runs in the top of the first as Ryan singled home Makena Reding and Piper Hyde plated Schlagenhauf on a ground out.

The Lady Irish answered with two runs of their own in the bottom of the first.

The Lady Hornets took the lead in the second as Katie Raziano led off with a triple and scored on Josie Reding’s ground out.

Notre Dame tied it up in the sixth.

Ryan and Hyde each made great defensive plays to double off ND runners and Katie Raziano made a great catch in center.

Schlagenhauf led the O-A offense going 3-for-4 with two runs scored while Makena Reding and Ryan each had two hits with Ryan also driving in a pair of runs.

Winning pitcher Jenna Gilbert went the distance giving up just four hits, striking out seven and walking three.


Kendall 10, Alexander 6

Shelby Kruger went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs while winning pitcher Sara Mattle scattered nine hits with four K’s and also added a hit and a run scored as the Lady Eagles picked up the big GR victory.

Also for Kendall, Julie Coble was 2-for-4 with a double while Grace Levett, Grace Robinson, and Taigan Guerrero each added two hits apiece.

Libby Snyder, Lauren Pilon, Ella Christ, and Brooke Rodas each added a hit for Kendall, who improved to 8-7 overall.

Alexander drops to 11-6.

Attica 20, Holley 5

Morgan Bunk went 3-for-4 with a double and also had her “best defensive game of the season” according to head coach Mary Beth Hardie as Attica whipped Holley Thursday.

Maddie Robinson had two hits, including a home run and walked twice while Chase Harding helped out with two hits as well for the Lady Devils.

Morgan Jackson helped out with three hits for Attica.

Winning pitcher Grace Snyder got the win in the circle with three strikeouts.

“Sam Daley also had a great night defensively, on third and behind the plate,” coach Hardie added. “We lit up the base paths tonight and were aggressive on the bases.”

Holley was led by Hailey Herring who went 3-for-3 with a double.

Tia Hoffarth pitched for Holley and finished with eight K’s.

Lyndonville 20, Notre Dame 2

Lyndonville broke it open with nine runs in the fourth inning as the Lady Tigers improved to 12-0 with their win at GCC.

Addie Dillenbeck led the offensive attack going 4-for-5 with three RBIs while Bella Groves was 2-for-4 including a grand slam home run and four RBIs.

Lorelei Dillenbeck was 3-for-4 with one RBI while Ella Lewis was 2-for-5 with a double, home run and seven RBIs. Morgan Austin was 2-for-4 with two RBIs.

Winning pitcher Haley Shaffer allowed seven hits with six K’s.

Lyndonville visits Byron-Bergen Saturday.

Warsaw 15, Geneseo 8

Host Warsaw celebrated senior night with their victory over Geneseo Thursday.

Madeline Burger got the win in the circle striking out 10 Geneseo batters while allowing five hits.

The offense was led by senior Morgan Langdon who went 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs while classmate Sarah Cox went 2-for-3 with a triple.

Peyton Cartwright was 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBIs while Sophia Phillips went 2-for-4 with one RBI.

Geneseo was led by Lili Weber, Taylor Curry and Mia Loughlin who all had hits.

Warsaw improved to 3-9.

Keshequa 18, Perry 1

Mackenzie Gillen was 3-for-3 with a triple and a home run while Aurora Sabins was 3-for-4 with a home run as Keshequa whipped Perry.

Kelsey Davis and Libby Benner both went 3-for-4 with a double while was 3 for 4 with a double.

Cheyenne Cotton was 2-for-3 with a home run while Julia Wilkins was 2-for-3 with a double.

Sabins and combined for the win in the circle.

Sydney Hnat, Keira Weber, and Reagan Moroz each had a hit for Perry.

Letchworth 10, SOTA 0

Abbie DeRock allowed just one hit over four innings as Letchworth cruised to the non-league win.

Alexis Mitchell tossed three innings allowing three hits and five K’s.

Offensively, Letchworth was led by Morgan Brace who was 2-for-4 with four stolen bases while DeRock, Mitchell and Abbie Bacon all had two hits.

Ava Conklin had a hit and stole three bases while Reagan Bannister and Bella Leone both added hits.

Cal-Mum 14, York 4

The visiting Lady Raiders spoiled York’s senior night as Malina Bellos had a bases clearing double for three RBIs in Cal-Mum’s win.

Taylor Mills led the offense with three hits while Maddy Devore was 2-for-5 with a triple, two runs scored and one RBI. Sawyer Richardson was 2-for-5 with a double and two RBIs while Isabella Cochran was 2-for-5 with an RBI triple.

Monty Kessler added a hit and two RBIs for Cal-Mum. The hit was a milestone for Kessler as it was her 100th career hit.

Winning pitcher Emma Years tossed a complete game six-hitter.

“We did not play our best the three games before this so it was nice to come out and make some good plays defensively and our middle/bottom of our order had some really good at bats and production tonight,” Cal-Mum coach Dan Dickens said.

Cal-Mum improved to 12-4 while York fell to 7-8.

Haverling 7, Hornell 1

Caydence Spears was 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs while Kaili Witherell was 2-for-4 with a double and one RBI as Haverling got the LCAA victory.

Witherell also pitched a complete game one-hitter with 15 K’s.


Cal-Mum 12, York 5

Cal Mum captured the LCAA D-III title with the road win at York Thursday.

The Raiders improved to 12-4, winning their first division title since 2013.

Winning pitcher Cam Reed went six innings allowing just two earned runs with eight K’s.

Offensively, Jake Cappotelli went 2-for-4 with two RBIs while Luke Donaghue was 1-for-2 with a double and two RBIs.

For York, Brodie Hatfield was 1-for-3 with three RBIs and a run scored while Joe Bauer and Adam Swede each had two hits and scored a run.

“We stumbled a little tonight against a really solid Cal-Mum team,” York coach Edward Green said. “We had some miscues on defense that we ultimately just weren’t able to overcome. We’ll reset from this and head into the last week of the regular season with a renewed focus. Bring on sectionals.”

Livonia 9, Dansville 7

Host Livonia had 16 hits against Dansville as the Bulldogs won their fourth straight.

Alex Benitez and Conner Benitez both with three hits while Jack Kearney, Wyatt Raponi, and Tom Stewart had two hits apiece to lead Livonia, who improved to 8-9.

Kearney pitched 6 1/3 innings allowing three hits and striking out five.

Connor Feehan pitched the final two outs to seal it for Livonia.

For Dansville, Zaidon Blackman was 1-for-4 with two RBIs while Reid Martin was 1-for-2 with three stolen bases and two runs scored.

Le Roy 8, Way-Co 2

Le Roy improved to 11-4 on the season with the LCAA victory Thursday.

Sophomore Jackson Spezzano allowed only two hits through five innings of work striking out five and allowing just one earned run — sac fly to Issac Mehlenbacher in the bottom of the fourth.

John Panepento and Ayden Riggi closed out the final two innings allowing one unearned run.

Offensively Le Roy was led by Alex Spezzano and Brock Flint with two hits each and Bryce Lathan, John Panepento, and Ty Strollo all chipping in with huge at bats resulting in RBIś hits.

Geneseo 4, Warsaw 2

Phil Dotterweich had three hits and drove in three runs as Geneseo got the LCAA victory.

Joey DeBell added a hit and drove in a run while Ethan Bennett added two hits and scored once for the Blue Devils.

Dotterweich had a monster game as he tossed a complete game four-hitter with seven K’s.

Ty Joy took the loss as he allowed 11 hits and four earned runs with eight K’s.

Keshequa 8, Perry 3

Tyler Mallaber threw a complete game allowing just five hits with 13 strikeouts as Keshequa got the LCAA victory.

Boone Douglass stayed hot at that plate going 3-for-5 with four RBIs to lead the Indians.

Hunter Wood went 3-for-5 with a pair of RBIs.

Girls Track

York 76, Keshequa 59

Peytyn Geer won the long jump, triple jump and anchored the winning 4X400 relay and Katelyn Curry won both the shot put and the discus for York during their LCAA victory over Keshequa.

Riley Nageldinger won the 400, 400 hurdles, 200 and anchored the winning 4X100 relay to lead Keshequa.

Kristen Vandorn was a triple winner as she captured the 1500, pole vault and tied for first in the high jump for Keshequa.

York is 4-1 while Keshequa is 3-2.

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