Greene finishes 2nd in own tourney

Softball

Greene 8, Norwich 0

Chenango Forks 6, Greene 1

GREENE – Greene advanced to the finals of its own tournament shutting out Norwich in the opening game, but lost in the finals to Chenango Forks, its first defeat in 12 contests.

The Blue Devils jumped out to a four-run lead on the opening inning keyed by Brooke Shield’s RBI triple. The Blue Devils added two more runs in the second.

Greene’s lone tally came in the fifth when the Trojans’ Rebecca Hanrahan walked with the bases loaded. “We just didn’t hit the ball like have been,” said Greene coach Rick Smith. “We had opportunities in the fourth and fifth, but could not come up with the big hit.”



The Trojans had three hits from Caitlin Willis and two hits from Hanrahan to defeat the Tornado. Willis doubled twice and scored two runs; Hanrahan collected two RBI. Hanrahan allowed one hit in pitching her ninth shutout this season.

Greene 8, NHS 0

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Rebecca Hanrahan (W) and Brittany Youngs. Jamie Berger (L) and Molly Moore. Doubles: (G) Willis 2.

Chenango Forks 6, Greene 1

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Jenna Flannery (W) and Chelsea Henige. Hanrahan (L) and Youngs. Triples: (CF) Shield.

Franklin 14, G-MU 2

FRANKLIN – Jessie Terrano had three hits and scored three runs for once-beaten Franklin in a rout of the Raiders.

G-MU struck first taking a two-run lead in the top of the first when Katie Bakhuizen hit a two-run homer. Franklin worked its way back into the game drawing 14 walks to go with nine basehits.

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Jenny Mason (L), Victoria Hawkins (4), M. Melrose (4) and Brie McPherson. Natalie Downin (W) and Haley Downin. Doubles: (F) Jessie Terrano. (G) Katie Bakhuizen, Whitney Gilbert.

G-MU wins tourney at Richfield Springs

RICHFIELD SPRINGS – G-MU came from behind in each game Saturday and claimed the Richfield Springs Tournament.

The Raiders made up a 7-2 deficit to Cherry Valley-Springfield in the opening game to prevail, 10-8. The Raiders scored four in the fifth to make it a 7-7 game, and after CV-S pulled ahead but one in the top of the sixth, the Raiders tacked on three more runs in the bottom half. Alicia Sebeck had an RBI single in the sixth, and finished 3-for-4 with four RBI. Lauren Hill was also 3-for-4 scoring three runs and driving in one. Sebeck pitching four innings of relief giving up a single run for the victory.


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