The Devils got on the board in the first when Claire Inouye walked, took second on a wild pitch, stole third then scored on a double by Rylee Gresham, who has hit safely in every game this season.
Young pitched three innings in Game 2 to earn the win, striking out three. The win improved South to 13-10. Garza finished 1-for-3 with and drove in one, Kunkle finished with one run and stole a base, McKenzie Neumann recorded a hit and Presley Pence walked once. The first game ended 15-1, and in the next game, the girls were only able to score two more runs than the first game, 15-3.
In the first game of the doubleheader, George Mason scored a run in the first. Both teams would have their chances to take the lead, but neither would as the game headed into extra innings. Grundy's only runs came in the sixth inning falling to the Lady Tigers 9-2. Robinson, Jordan Johnson, Jayla Neal and Caroline Wasko had hits for Spalding (4-2). Joplin threatened with a two-out rally in the bottom half but eventually dropped the Ozark Conference tilt 4-2, extending its losing skid to five games.
Madison Schelfe doubled and drove in a run, Veronica Hampton had a hit, an RBI and scored a run and Mallorie Hetzel managed a pair of hits for Northeast (3-3).
Claudia Counts was 3 for 4 for Russian Federation with 2 RBIs, while Lexi and Lauren Monnin were each 2 for 3 and combined for three walks. That game also was mercy-ruled after four innings.
And although it was close for a while, the softball power left with a victory, as Dayton scored a 10-0 win over Warrenton in a nonleague game. Zach Murray retired the one hitter he faced on one pitch for the save. Waunakee tacked on one more run from Ripp during the next at-bat, and the 5-3 score stood as the scrimmage's final out occurred just moments later. Gloeckler had three of West's eight hits, while Joey Aden had three hits and scored three times and Will Jarrett had a two-run double.
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ATLANTA - Pace Academy scored four unearned runs on Thursday night to get past visiting Hebron 5-3 in a non-region.
Abbi O'Shields and Smyrna starter Jess Anderson were both in rhythm, although Anderson was pulled for Dixon in the 6th inning, but the freshman got a ground out to end the threat.
After beating East on Tuesday, the Bulldogs squeaked by Southwest Onslow (8-4) by a 5-4 score to win the Piggly Wiggly Softball Classic for the second year in a row.
The Gaelettes fought back from a 10-1 deficit and brought the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Sophomore infielder Kayla Hawkins and freshman outfielder Paige Ransom hit a couple of solo shots at the top of the second inning to give Richmond a 2-0 lead, but that momentum at the plate didn't carry over. They're leaders on the field and off the field.