Tuesday local softball roundup

Adirondack Softball defeats Sherburne-Earlville 13-1 Monday

SHERBURNE – A Monday to forget. Another loss in the books for the hot and cold S-E lady Marauders softball team. S-E succumbed to a powerful Adirondack squad.

“We lost 13-1. We beat ourselves,” said Sherburne-Earlville head coach Michelle Parker.

Anna Rinaldo pitched first three innings – taking the loss, while Maddy Gunther finished out the game for the lady Marauders.

“Anna Struggled and we had seven errors and only four hits. Adirondack is a really good

team, defensively and offensively,” said coach Parker.

Seven errors, coupled with opportunistic scoring for Adirondack saw S-E fall off a cliff in this game.

Arielle Kraubuhl snagged 8 strikeouts with only four walks – taking the win from the mound, before Skylar Witzigman finished the final two innings, grabbing three strikeouts and no walks or hits allowed.

Sherburne-Earlville is scheduled to play their next game at Holland Patent on Wednesday, April 26, at 4:30 p.m.


SE: 0 1 0 0 0 0 0– 1

A: 4 2 0 5 2 2 0 0– 13


Previously undefeated lady Trojans softball drop two to open the week

DEPOSIT – Deposit Softball defeated Greene 16-0 on Monday, April 24, as the previously 6-0 Greene softball team was not able to keep pace with the lady Jacks of Deposit.

16-0 in five innings, Greene was washed from the Deposit field. The lady Trojans fell behind 9-0 after just the opening inning. The fourth inning brought on another onslaught of scoring as the Lumberjacks were able to clearcut their path through the Trojan ranks.

Hannah Ludolph would take the loss on the mound, throwing all five innings to her catcher Tiffany Johns.

Deposit’s Makenzie Stiles snagged the solid win for Deposit.


G: 0 0 0 0 0– 0 0 1

D: 9 0 0 7 0– 16 9 1


Hancock Softball defeats Greene 14-10 Tuesday

GREENE – With a record of 6-1, coming off a demoralizing 16-0 loss on Monday, the Greene varsity softball team was afforded no down time – playing Hancock and suffering yet another loss at home at 14-10.

A much more competitive game, Greene showed a fight which was missing the night prior. Enough fight that the lady Trojans were impressively tied the game up in the sixth inning at 9-9.

However, errors never lead to positive things for the team committing them, after dropping five runs for the tie in the sixth inning – Hancock reversed the roles to drop five of their own runs to secure the win on the road.

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