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Fremont Softball Head Coach Dike recognized by MaxPreps

2017 Jeanne Dike MaxPreps COYDike led the Eagles to the Bay Counties League title with a 9-1 mark and to the NCS D-6 title and a 20-3 season. The Eagles averaged 10.5 runs per game and allowed 106. They defeated Geyserville 8-7 in the D-6 title game. They went 2-1 against out-of-state opponents, defeating teams from Washington, D.C., and Maryland and losing to a Texas team.

Read more: http://www.maxpreps.com/news/9yEYHa8-sEmbzrPSDlfeNw/maxpreps-2017-california-small-schools-all-state-softball-team-.htm

Source: MaxPreps

Photo courtesy of CSD Athletics

Texas softball places nine players on all-district team

texasThe softball team of Texas School for the Deaf which recently wrapped up a very successful season winning the Hoy tournament and their third straight National Championship along with their first ever trip to the TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) State Semifinals.

Six players were named to the TAPPS Division III, District 4 first-team all-district team and three players were named to the second-team. Texas looks to come back even stronger in 2018 as they will lose only one player to graduation.

First-team:
Emma Giuntoli, Junior
Mia Upchurch, Senior
Leila Sicoli, Sophomore
Jaelene Etkie, Junior
Ashlene Etkie, Freshman
Michaela Kelley, Freshman

Second-team:
Sunita Schmidjorg, Sophomore
Sarah Helm, Junior
Marcela Brentham, Junior

High school softball: area all-district honorees for 2017

Fremont softball wins NCS championship

Friday, May 26, 2017

Fremont 8 Geyersville 7 - NCS Division 6 Championship

Fremont hosted Geyersville in the North Coast Section (NCS) Division 6 championship game yesterday afternoon as the the number one seed and Geyersville was seeded number two.

NCS Division 6 Bracket

Geyersville had a quick start against Fremont building a 7-0 lead after the second inning. Going into the third inning, Fremont finally shut down Geyersville’s offense by not allowing another run for the rest of the game. The Eagles slowly mounted a comeback cutting Geyersville’s lead to 7-6 going into the seventh inning. Fremont then capped a remarkable comeback to score two runs to take home the NCS championship.

This win marks an impressive turnaround for the Fremont softball program. The team improved their record of 6-10 from last year to 20-3 this year along with winning the NCS championship.

2017 Fremont Softball NCS Champions
2017 NCS Division 6 Champions - California School for the Deaf, Fremont
(Photo courtesy of CSD Athletics)

HS Softball Roundup - May 26

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Indianapolis Lutheran 15 Indiana 1 - IHSAA Sectional 58 Championship

Indiana had a rough start in their appearance at the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Sectional 58 championship against Indianapolis Lutheran. Indianapolis Lutheran started out hot scoring nine runs in the first inning to stake their claim for the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Sectional 58 championship. Indianapolis Lutheran's big inning was driven by a groundout by Elise Sombke, a groundout , a error, a single by Gabby Moore, a double by Sombke, and a single by Kimmie Kuehr.

Kuehr earned the win for Indianapolis Lutheran. She threw two innings, allowing zero runs, zero hits, striking out three, and walking zero. Two relievers helped Indianapolis Lutheran close out the victory. Baily Snow threw two innings. Isabella Paulone took the loss for Indiana School for the Deaf. She went four innings, giving up 15 runs, 11 hits, and striking out three.

Indianapolis Lutheran had 11 hits in the game while Indiana was held to two and also committed four errors.

2017 Indiana Softball Team
2017 IHSAA Sectional 58 Runner-up - Indiana School for the Deaf
(Photo courtesy of ISD Athletics)

ISD 0-0-1-0-0 = 1-2-4
LHS 9-5-1-0-X = 15-11-1

Indiana Batting:
TB: Ariel Senics, Rynata Fonesca
RBI: Claire Slawta
ROE: Kate Lorenzo
GIDP: Anya Pothorski

Indiana Pitching:
Isabella Paulone (LP) 4.0IP, 11H, 15R, 7ER, 3K, 7BB, 0HR

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HS Softball Roundup - May 18

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

fremontFremont 4 Livermore Valley Charter Prep 3

Fremont scored two runs in the bottom of 7th inning to win the Bay Counties League championship.

LVCP 0-1-0-1-0-1-0 = 3
CSD  0-1-0-0-1-0-2 = 4

riversideBishop Conaty-Loretto 36 Riverside 3 - CIF-SS Division 7 Play-In

Riverside had a rough end to the 2017 season at the CIF-SS Division 7 Play-In game against Bishop Conaty-Loretto.

Riverside surrendered 28 hits and committed 11 errors in a 36-3 loss. Alexandra Monge had two RBIs and a home run for Riverside.

Brenda Vargas took the loss with two strike outs and 10 walks.

CSDR 0-0-1--0-2 = 3-6-11
BCL   6-9-9-12-X = 36-28-1

Riverside Batting:
HR: Alexandra Monge
TB: Maricela Galarza, Alexandra Monge 4, Janae Blakely, Hannah Metzner, Scarlet Watters, Kathleen Lopez
RBI: Alexandra Monge 2, Kathleen Lopez
ROE: Lily Desimone
HBP: Lily Desimone
SB: Maricela Galarza, Scarlet Watters

Riverside Hitting:
Brenda Vargas (LP) 4.0IP, 28H, 36R, 22ER, 2K, 10BB, 1HR

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HS Softball Roundup - May 17

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

marie-philipMarie Philip 11 Bradford Christian 6

Marie Philip Lady Ghosts softball team won Tuesday’s away conference game against Bradford Christian Academy by a score of 11-6. The team played well despite having only seven players.

Kayla LoBrutto was the winning pitcher and had two strike outs. Shayla Rochette was perfect at the plate going 5 for 5.

MPS
Edlanda Delorme: 0-4, 1 walk
Samantha Fernsebner: 1-4, 2 walks
Julissa Gonzalez: 2-3, 1 walk
Heather Hall: 2-4, 1 walk
Kayla LoBrutto: 2-5
Shayla Rochette: 5-5
Sabrina Rodgrigues: 4-5

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