McDermott throws no-hitter in first start this season


Greene 8, Delhi 0

GREENE – Greene senior Megan McDermott certainly made the most of her first opportunity to pitch this season.

McDermott, last year’s starting pitcher, deferred to freshman Rebecca Hanrahan the first 16 games while recovering from an off-season injury. She made a triumphant return to the mound Monday tossing a no-hitter against the Bulldogs striking out 10 and walking two. “She’s been throwing the last four days in practice and she’s looked good,” said Greene coach Rick Smith. “I wanted to give her a chance to pitch a home game. She’s been a great teammate through her injury and she was going to be our number one pitcher until she was injured. What a nice tandem (of pitchers) we’ll have going into sectionals.”

Greene (15-2), who clinched the MAC Division One title last week, received three hits, three runs scored and one RBI from Caitlin Willis. McDermott helped herself at the plate with two hits and one ribbie.

Greene is at B-G Wednesday.

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Megan McDermott (WP) and Haley MacLaren, Brittany Youngs (4); Josie Elwell (LP) and Lindsay Seyforth. Triples: (G) McDermott; Caitlin Willis.

S-E 9, Morrisville-Eaton 0

MORRISVILLE – Sherburne-Earlville pitcher Lindsay Hodges struck out 16 in a four-hit shutout victory over Morrisville-Eaton Monday.

Brenda Hoefler had a team-high three hits and two RBI. Grace Dunshee drove in two runs ,Allison Hicks had two RBI, while Megan Record, Liz Farrow, and Hodges added a pair of basehits.

Saturday, the Marauders won the consolation game of the B-G Tournament defeating Unatego, 13-1. Hodges was a perfect 5-for-5 with three RBI, Hoefler had three hits and two RBI as the Marauders finished with 13 total hits. Hodges allowed five hits striking out eight.

S-E (8-6) hosts Waterville today.

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Lindsay Hodges (W) and Megan Record. Tori Merilling (L) and Rachel Edinger.

Unadilla Valley 6, Walton 5

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley did all of its scoring over the last three innings, and scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull out its sixth win of the season.

Holley Reynolds stole home for Walton in the top of the seventh to give her team a one-run lead.

In the last of the seventh, Breanne White walked and scored the tying run on Hannah Benson’s RBI double. Hannah Johnson bunted for a basehit moving Benson to third, and when Johnson attempted a steal of second, Walton threw the ball away allowing Benson to come home with the winner.

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