Richfield Springs scored six runs in the second inning and brought six more home in the seventh to beat Worcester on the road on Friday.

A Nicole Connolly double and three Worcester errors in the second gave the Indians the lead early on.

In the seventh, after Worcester closed the gap to 6-2, defensive blunders once again haunted the Wolverines (2-4).

Two errors and a Richfield Springs single in the inning brought more runs across for the Indians as they sealed the win with a six-run seventh.

Worcester committed seven errors in the loss.

Richfield Springs starting pitcher Kristen Hess went the distance, pitching seven innings and allowing two runs on five hits while striking out 12.

Jessica Clem had two hits and four RBIs for Richfield Springs, and teammate Kennadi Butler had two hits and three RBIs.

Jenna Morell finished with a single and an RBI for Worcester.

The Wolverines host G-MU on Monday.

Susquehanna Valley 12, Oneonta 0

Oneonta fell to the No.1 team in the state on Friday, losing to Susquehanna Valley by 12.

Sophia Pappas led her team to victory, pitching a complete game with Emily DeMoney behind the plate.

Pappas and and Hannah Paskill each had a double. DeMoney hit a home run for Susquehanna Valley.

Ally Baker started on the mound for Oneonta until Kelly Weeks relieved her in the fourth. Riley Falconio-Gray caught the game for the Yellowjackets.

Maria Farrell had the lone hit for Oneonta.

Oneonta plays at home against Winsdor at 4:45 p.m. on Monday.

Edmeston 20, G-MU 13

Edmeston upended G-MU on the Panthers' Senior Night, scoring 20 runs in the process.

Cassie Menedez was celebrated as the only senior on the team. She had three singles and three RBIs on the night.

Annika DeVries had a three-run homer in the third inning to help boost the team, as Edmeston continued to score 10 more runs in the following two innings.

Madison Reinert earned the win on the mound with Lizzy Williams and Logan Lund also sharing time pitching. Anji Clark caught for the Panthers.

Scarlette Newman got the start in the circle for G-MU. Jasmine Brooks relieved her in the fourth, until Newman re-entered the game in the fifth. Hunter Christian caught for the Raiders.

Edmeston travels to Milford on Saturday for a 3 p.m. game.

Downsville 18, South Kortright 3 (6 inn.)

Downsville won by 15 in six innings against visiting South Kortright on Friday.

Lindsey Hefele went 1-for-4 and doubled to bring in two, and and winning pitcher Mara Marshall-Leroy also doubled in the win.

Wild pitching was the story of the afternoon for the Rams.

Faith Dianich went the whole way for SK but struggled to find the strike zone.

Downsville hosts Davenport on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 9 , Sharon Springs 3

In game one of a scheduled five-inning doubleheader, Cherry Valley-Springfield (4-3) defeated visiting Sharon Springs in a Tri-Valley League contest.

CV-S's Kelsey Girard pitched the first four innings to get the the victory from the circle, and went 3-for-3 from the plate, knocking in three in the process.

Sam Rockwell came on in the fifth to get the last three outs for the Spartans after also hitting 3-for-3 with three RBI.

CV-S led, 3-1, after 3 1/2 innings and secured the win by scoring six fourth-inning runs.

Skylar Girard went 2-for-3 with a triple for the Patriots.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 6, Sharon Springs 4

The second game of the scheduled double header was a back-and-forth contest, but the Patriots were victorious once again, this time by two runs.

The Patriots led, 6-1, headed into the final inning, but the Spartans managed three runs to cut into the deficit. Unfortunately for Sharon Springs, it couldn't get the last two runs needed to tie it up.

Sam Rockwell got the win from the circle, pitching four solid innings. Kelsey Girard came on to get the final three outs in the fifth.

Rockwell continued her hot-hitting for the Patriots, going 2-for-3 with a double and two runs. She was a combined 5-for-6 on the afternoon.

Zoey Horning had the game's lone extra-base hit, a double, and finished the day 2-for-3 from the plate.

Cherry Valley-Springfield hosts Laurens on Monday at 4:30 p.m.



Richfield Springs 12, Worcester 2

Richfield Springs .....060 000 6 – 12 10 0

Worcester .....000 101 0– 2 5 7

Kristen Hess (W) and Evonna Mower. Allie Wilcox (L), Delimar Vega (7) and Miriam Odell.

2B: Nicole Connolly (R).

Susquehanna Valley 12, Oneonta 0

Oneonta (8-5, 7-3)….. 000 00 – 0 1 3

Susquehanna Valley ….. 232 23 – 12 8 0

Sophia Pappas (W) and Emily DeMoney. Ally Baker, Kelly Weeks (4) and Riley Falconio-Gray.

2B: Sophia Pappas (S), Hannah Paskill (S).

HR: Emily DeMoney (S).

Edmeston 20, G-MU 13

G-MU ….. 200 323 3 – 13 6 3

Edmeston (2-6) …... 146 640 – 20 19 3

Madison Reinert (W), Lizzy Williams (4), Logan Lund (6) and Anji Clark. Scarlette Newman (L), Jasmine Brooks (4), Newman (5) and Hunter Christian.

2B: Miranda Porter (E), Madison Bolton (E), Annika DeVries (E).

3B: Madison Bolton (E).

HR: Annika DeVries (E), Meredith Hammond (G).

Downsville 18, South Kortright 3 (6 inn.)

South Kortright ..... 003 000 – 3 2 2

Downsville..... 462 402 x – 18 6 1

Mara Marhall-LeRoy (W) and Faith Barich. Faith Dianich (L) and Isabella DuBois, Carli Pardee (4).

2B: Lindsey Hefele (D), Marshall-Leroy (D).

Cherry Valley-Springfield 9 , Sharon Springs 3

Sharon Springs ..... 000 12x x – 3 5 3

CV-S..... 210 60x x – 9 16 1

Kelsey Girard (W), Sam Rockwell (5) and Meghan Wilmot. Abby Reynolds (L) and B. Russman.

3B: Skylar Girard.

Cherry Valley-Springfield 6, Sharon Springs 4

Sharon Springs ..... 100 03x x – 4 6 2

CV-S..... 204 00x x – 6 11 3

Sam Rockwell (W), Kelsey Girard (5) and Meghan Wilmot. Abby Reynolds (L 0-0) and B. Russman.

2B: Zoey Horning (C).

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