Cavaliers split a pair of softball games

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Coastal Carolina starter Ashley Guillette was just as good as the junior pitched a complete game, allowing one run on just two hits.

MARTIN LUTHER 14, ST. CATHERINE'S 4: A seven-run first inning proved to be too much to overcome for the Angels in a Metro Classic Conference game at Greendale. The lead slimmed to 4-2 after four before the Greyhounds put up the big inning in the sixth.

Kilgore wound up with seven hits in the game: Gus Witt went 2-for-3; Conner Martin went 2-for-3, as well; Jayce McFarland went 2-for-3; and Harlee Biggs went 1-for-3. Ricker was called out with a grounder to third base putting Casey on second and Carly Rennie (Saco, Maine/Thornton Academy) on first with two outs. She walked three and had one strikeout.

Midland tacked on three more runs in the fifth inning to go up 8-2. Breeanna Graston's groundout enabled two runners to score. Yancey, Roberson, Jordan Jones, Jordan Dunn, Hannah Brewer, Cailey Thomas and MacKenzie Pendergrass each had multiple hits. The two held the Lady Lions to three hits on the night - two from Hailey Evans and one from Jessi Lawhun. Lemke added two more hits and two stolen bases to her game one totals. Willamette answered back with two runs in the third inning. Nuckols tripled with an RBI and three runs scored.

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Spence struck out seven batters in four innings for the win, while Claxon came in to strike out three in two innings.

The combination of Red Bank's batting and the Lady Purple Pounders' defensive deficiencies led to a 16-6 five-inning victory in the high school game at Red Bank that marked Central's first district loss in five games this season.

Grace Pucciarelli got her second win in the pitching circle this season for Fredonia, in the team's first CCAA West 1 game of the schedule. "It just didn't make up for making the mistakes we made out there". "That has shown as they have grown together as a team and just have a much better understanding of what we expect from them every day at practice and then that translates onto the field during games". One of the main topics in practice prior to their weekend of doubleheaders on Thursday, April 5 was the importance of hitting since they were shutout in four of their losses while three of the shutouts occurred in a row.

If that situation were to happen, there would then be a decision between the two head coaches whether to have a coin flip, or play an extra game to see who gets the number one seed in the playoff seeding.

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Offensively, senior Madison Barlow, sophomore Reghan Matlock and sophomore Rylea Owens paced the Tigers with two hits each. Hanceville struck out to end the inning but cut the Fairview lead to 5-3 with four innings left to play.

Maryland fell in the opening game, before rallying for a 7-4 victory in game two to split its doubleheader with St. Francis (PA) Wednesday.

UB softball lost both games in a doubleheader against the Bowling Green Falcons on Friday.

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