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May 1, 2013

Four-run ninth keeps Milford unbeaten


Sprague finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs, both coming on a single in the first inning.

Tess Svoboda and Kelsey Buerge had Margaretville’s hits.

The Blue Devils (6-5, 6-2) will play at Gilboa on Tuesday.

Roxbury 9, Margaretville 0

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Margaretville 000 000 0 – 0 2 4

Kendal Sprague (W) and Cristina Chiarappa. Rachel Mathiesen (L) and Tess Svoboda.

B-G 16, Whitney Point 15

Taylor LaMont’s winning double in the bottom of the seventh drove in Rachel Smith to give host Bainbridge-Guilford a non-league victory.

The Bobcats, who trailed 10-2 after two innings, led off the seventh inning when Justine Pratt reached on an error. Cassie Safford then singled and was replaced by pinch-runner Alexis Paige.

Rachel Smith reached on fielder’s choice as Pratt was forced out at third. Morgan Shew (4-for-5 with four RBIs) then singled homer Paige to tie the score at 15.

LaMont’s double on the next play scored Smith for the winning run to complete the comeback.

“We’ve been keeping our heads up lately,” B-G/A coach Cindy Cifone said.

Winning Pitcher Taylor Palmatier struck out six. She also had her 100th varsity strikeout during the game. She finished with 103 strikeouts.

Megan Ferrara hit a two-run homer for B-G in the first inning, a shot that cleared the fence in right.

Marissa Thornton went 4-for-5 with three RBIs and Pratt finished 3-for-5 with two RBIs.

B-G (5-6, 3-5) will travel to Afton on Friday.

B-G 16, Whitney Point 15

Whitney Point 190 021 2 – 15 13 5

Bainbridge 270 212 2 – 16 21 6

Courtney James (L) and Caitlyn James. Justine Pratt, Taylor Palmatier (2,W) and Megan Ferrara. 2B: Katie Luschwitz (W), Katrina Hibbard (W), Marissa Thornton (B), Taylor Palmatier (B), Justine Pratt (B) 3, Morgan Shew (B), Taylor LaMont (B) 2. 3B: Taylor Clink (W), Courtney Dunham (W). HR: Megan Ferrara (B).

Richfield Springs 7, Worcester 5

Winning pitcher Kaity Richvalsky went 4-for-4, tripled and scored three times to pace visiting Richfield Springs to a Tri-Valley League win.

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