Evening Sun Report
Oneonta 8, Norwich 1
Oneonta’s Bri Baker threw a two hit, 15 strikeout masterpiece against Norwich, leading her team to victory.
“We played them on Tuesday, earlier in the week and all she threw was fastballs and a couple of change ups. She had 14 strikeouts on Tuesday night,” said Norwich varsity softball head coach Scott Moore. “She was throwing a good change-up on us and I never knew she had one. She sneaks those breaking balls around the corners, and every umpire, they love to see her come pitch.”
Breanna Cashman scored the Purple’s only run on a lead off home run to left center in the seventh.
“It rolled and rolled and rolled,” Moore said, “ She got all of it.”
Score by Inning R H E
One. 101 300 8 6 0
Nor. 000 000 1 1 2 3
Bri Baker and Aiyanna Rupp. Hannah Eddy and Shannon Moore (4) and Jordan Sanford. Homeruns: Breanna Cashman,
Chenango Forks 6, Norwich 5
Shannon Moore had six strikeouts and five walks in a one run loss to Chenango Forks.
“(The game) was pretty even for the most part,” said Scott Moore.
Kylee Warner walked twice, reached on a single and an error, scoring three of the six CF runs
“She’s the fastest runner in the STAC,” Scott Moore said.
Norwich scored three runs in the seventh inning.
Richelle Seaman Lawton reached on a walk.
Morgan Loucks reached on a walk an Stephanie Meyers drove both runners home with a triple.
Hannah Eddy then hit a grounder that would score Meyers from third.
“We were right there most of the time,” Scott Moore said, “ Our bats came on late.
Score by inning  R H E
CF. 102 010 2 6 8 0
Nor. 000 200 3 5 6 1
Kylee Warner and Alexis Burge. Shannon Moore and Jordan Sanford. Doubles: Breanna Cashman Triple: Stephanie Meyer, Kassidy Seary.
Norwich 14, Chenango Forks 0
Five Norwich softball players had two or more hits in Monday’s blowout victory over Chenango Forks.
Shannon Moore was 3-4 with three runs scored and a triple.
Kassidy Seary was 2-4 with a three-run homerun in the second inning.
Jordan Sanford went 3-4 with three runs scored.
Morgan Loucks went 3-3 and Breanna Cashman was 2-4 with a three run double in the first inning.
“Hitting is contagious when it works,” said Norwich varsity softball head coach Scott Moore, “It was a good win for the girls.”
Norwich plated nine runners in the first and second and eight runners in the fourth.
Purple pitcher Hannah Eddy had five strikeouts and zero walks in the shutout victory.
“I think this was the first mercy and shutout that Norwich has had in a STAC game,” he said, “I’ve been involved in it for six years and I’ve never seen it.”
The Tornado lost Richelle Seaman-Lawton to a leg injury in the first inning of Monday’s doubleheader.
Seaman-Lawton fractured her fibula sliding into second base and will miss the remainder of the season.
“We all have to step up and fill the hole on that one,” Scott Moore said, “She always made good contact with the ball for me.”
Norwich plays today at Susquehanna Valley and Friday at home against Seton.
Score by Inning R H E
Nor. 550 31 14 20 1
CF. 000 00 0 4 1
Hannah Eddy and Jordan Sanford. Alexa Walling and Kylie Warner and Alexis Birch.
Sherburne Earlville 9, Herkimer 18