“It’s unfortunate we gave this one away,” Lehmann said, “but I’m really proud of the girls. This is the best season Richfield Springs has had in about two decades.”
Deposit 9, B-G 3
Megan Ferrara hit a two-run homer to left in the seventh inning, but host Bainbridge-Guilford lost in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Deposit scored four runs in the first inning, when Kylie Papagelos doubled to lead off and later scored on a squeeze bunt by Kate Tiffany. Shelby Pettersen also had a sacrifice fly to center in the inning.
Haley Linkroum, Pettersen and Catherine Bush had two hits apiece for the Lumberjacks (14-3), who will host Morris today.
OHS wins coin flip
Oneonta High won a coin flip and would host a Southern Tier Athletic Conference East Division tiebreaker at 4:45 p.m. Friday against Windsor.
Before that happens, the Black Knights need to beat Norwich today.
OHS and Windsor each have one loss in conference, both coming against each other. Windsor beat visiting OHS, 1-0, in the first game and the Yellowjackets earned a 2-0 win in the second meeting.
The Yellowjackets (16-1) are 15-1 in STAC.
The winner of the tiebreaker will advance to the STAC semifinals and final Monday at the BAGSAI Complex in Nimmonsburg.
UV 14, Harpursville 2
Host Unadilla Valley scored five times in the third inning to take the lead for keeps in the Midstate Athletic Conference 5-8 tournament consolation game.
Brendan Brooker led off the Storm’s third with a triple. Dakota Kolvik had an RBI double and Brandon Kuhn hit an RBI single in the inning.
Winning pitcher Nate Shackelton struck out three, walked two and allowed one earned run over six innings. Shackelton also went 3-for-4 with three RBIs.
Brooker and Kolvik each finished with two hits for UV (8-9), which will travel to Norwich today.