Davenport scored 10 runs in the third inning to go up by eight and kept Schenevus just far enough away the length of the game to take a three-run, 22-19, win in an offensively fueled game at Davenport on Saturday.

Justine Lubbers led Davenport with a two-run triple in the third and another triple in the fifth. She had two RBIs and scored four runs. Allison Pierce had three hits and four runs scored. Kate Whipple had two hits and three RBIs.

Schenevus’ Alexis Hults hit a grand slam in the fourth to plate all of the team’s runs that inning to cut the deficit to 12-8.

She brought in Tori Biegel, Hannah Osborne and Patricia Biegel. She also hit another home run in the game along with teammate Patricia Biegel.

Davenport scored two in the bottom of the frame to make it 14-8. Schenevus (2-2) had two more big innings, scoring five in the fifth to come within one, only to have Davenport add four more.

“We would score and they would counter,” Schenevus head coach Ron Spranger said.

Schenevus scored six in the sixth for the one-run lead, 19-18, and Davenport again scored four then kept Schenevus from any runs for the first time since the first inning.

The teams committed nine errors each and there were a lot of walks.

Schenevus is scheduled to play at Morris on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

Franklin 21, Edmeston 7

Alyssa Nowhitney threw the complete game with catcher Rachel Cobane, and Franklin trounced Edmeston on the road Saturday.

Each team had six hits, and Edmeston (1-2) had at least five errors, in a game played during 35-degree weather with a wind chill at least 10 degrees lower.

“It was a game of attrition to see who could stay warmest the longest,” Edmeston coach Kim Robinson said. “It was a tough game. A lot of walks.”

Edmeston’s Cassie Menendez hit her second home run of the year. Lizzy Williams, who pitched three innings in relief of Madison Reinert, had a triple. Madison Bolton and Annika DeVries each hit a double.

Edmeston is scheduled to play Laurens on Monday.


Richfield Springs 4, Laurens 3

Richfield Springs finally opened its season Friday night, taking a 4-3 victory over Tri-Valley League foe Laurens on the road.

Senior Jessica Klem went 2 for 4 with a double and triple. Kennidi Butler was 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs, and Nicole Connolly had a double and RBI.

Both teams battle back and forth with the Indians’ Kirsten Hess striking out nine for the win.

In the fifth inning Laurens battled back with a two-run inning to bring the game to a one-run difference. Catcher Evans was 1 for 4 with a double and two RBIs. Pitcher Soucia had two strikeouts for Laurens.


Davenport 22, Schenevus 19

Schenevus 013 456 0 – 19 10 9

Davenport 11(10) 244 x – 22 13 9

Erika Spranger, Cassie Snyder (3, L) and Tori Biegel, Hannah Osborne (4). Lexi Cobb (W) and Jenna Lubbers.

2B: Kayla Beers (D). 3B: Justine Lubbers (2,D). HR: Patricia Biegel (S), Alexis Hults (2, S).

Franklin 21, Edmeston 7

Franklin 413 146 2 – 21 6 3

Edmeston 102 210 1 – 7 6 5

Alyssa Nowhitney (W) and Rachel Cobane. Madison Reinert, Lizzy Williams (3), Michaela Bateman (6) and Lexi Williams.

2B: Madison Bolton (E), Annika DeVries (E). 3B: Lizzy Williams (E). HR: Cassie Menendez (E).

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