“That was a tough inning for us, but we played good defense,” Brockway said. “The interference call worked in our favor.”
Castellucci’s two-run single in the third inning gave the Saints a 2-0 lead.
The Yellowjackets scored single runs in the fouth and fifth innings to tie it.
In the fourth inning, Brianna Haines and Shelby Cleaveland singled with one out, leaving runners on first and second. After a popout, Seton opted to intentionally walk Baker to load the bases. Emmalee Sloman then drew a walk to score Haines.
Cami Cleaveland led off Oneonta’s fifth with an infield single. She stole second and scored on a one-out single to right-center by Erin Mushtare.
Oneonta will travel to Chenango Valley today. If the Yellowjackets win, they’ll clinch at least a tie with Windsor atop the East Division standings. OHS beat the Warriors, 4-3, earlier in the season.
“CV is one of the better hitting teams we’ll face, so we have to do the job in the circle and defensively,” Brockway said. “I think the girls will be up for it.”
Edmeston 2, G-MU 0
Eighth-grader Catherine Johnson struck out 13 and walked three in a four-hitter and hit an RBI single to give the visiting Panthers a 1-0 lead in the sixth inning as Edmeston clinched the Tri-Valley League West Division title.
Katlin Talbot opened Edmeston’s sixth with a lined single to center. After Sydney Smith lined out to second, Talbot stole second and went to third on Sarah Lawrence’s groundout. Johnson then lined a single into right-center to score Talbot. After Johnson stole second, Savanna Fistrowicz hit an RBI single.
Gilbertsville-Mount Upton (10-3, 9-3) put runners on second and third with two outs in the seventh, but Johnson struck out the final batter to end it.