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May 1, 2013

Four-run ninth keeps Milford unbeaten


Visting Gilboa scored 10 runs in the top half of the sixthth inning to earn a victory in the Delaware League.

Sara Coons led the offensive, going 4-for-5 with six RBIs. Coons’ day included hitting for the cycle. Shelby Oliver had two hits, including a triple, and teammate Brooke Koerner contributed two hits in the victory.

Allison McGuire pitched a one-hitter and struck out 12 in earning the victory.

Chauntaul Dunckle had a double for the Rams.

South Kortright (3-6, 3-2) will travel to Windham on Thursday.

Gilboa 18, South Kortright 0

Gilboa 502 10(10) _ 18 9 0

South Kortright 000 000 _ 0 1 6

Allison McGuire (W) and Shelby Oliver. MacKenzie Smith (L) and Kelsey Little. 2B: Chauntaul Dunckle (S), Sara Coons (G), Brooke Koerner (G). 3B: Shelby Oliver (G), Sara Coons (G), Brooke Koerner (G), and Allison McGuire. HR: Sara Coons (G).

Edmeston 24, Franklin 4

Edmeston scored six runs in the first inning en route to victory in the first game of a Tri-Valley League doubleheader.

Sam Harrington led the Panthers, going 3-for-5 with five RBIs. Teammates Sarah Lawrence (three hits) and Catherine Johnson (two hits) each had three RBIs in the victory.

Johnson scattered three hits and struck out nine.

Edmeston 24, Franklin 4

Franklin 010 12 _ 4 3 2

Edmeston 685 5x _ 24 14 2

Marisa Cawley (L) and Jordan Beers. Catherine Johnson (W) and Sarah Lawrence. 3B: Sam Harrington (E), Katlin Talbot (E), Sarah Lawrence (E).

Edmeston 14, Franklin 2

Edmeston scored nine runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to break open a close game to earn a sweep of the Tri-Valley League doubleheader.

Catherine Johnson went 3-for-4 with two RBIs to lead the Panthers. Johnson was the winning pitcher, scattering three hits and striking out seven.

Edmeston (10-1, 9-1) hosts Sharon Springs today.

Edmeston 14, Franklin 2

Franklin 002 00 _ 2 3 3

Edmeston 320 9x _ 14 7 0

Alexis Hurlburt (L) and Jordan Beers. Catherine Johnson (W) and Sarah Lawrence.

Roxbury 9, Margaretville 0

Winning pitcher Kendal Sprague struck out 16 and walked two in a two-hitter to lead Roxbury to a Delaware League win on the road.

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