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HS Softball Roundup - May 9

Monday, May 8, 2017

riversideRiverside 16 La Sierra Academy 6

Riverside defeated La Sierra Academy 16-6. The game was tied at two with Riverside batting in the top of the third when Brenda Vargas singled off of Esparza, driving in two runs.

Brenda Vargas led Riverside to victory by driving in four runs. She went 3-for-4 at the plate. Vargas drove in runs on a fielder's choice in the first, a single in the third, and a single in the third.

Alexandra Monge led Riverside with four stolen bases and the team had 16 stolen bases. Esparza went 2-for-3 at the plate as she led the team with three runs batted in.

CSDR 1-0-11-0-4 = 16-6-1
LSA    0-2--2-0-2 = 6-6-7

Riverside Batting:
TB: Maricela Galarza, Lily DeSimone, Serenity Fry, Brenda Vargas 3
RBI: Alexandra Monge, Lily DeSimone, Hannah Metzner 2, Serenity Fry, Brenda Vargas 4
ROE: Alexandra Monge
FC: Hannah Metzner, Brenda Vargas
HBP: Thalia Bunda, Janae Blakely
SB: Maricela Galarza 2, Alexandra Monge 4, Lily DeSimone 2, Thalia Bunda 3, Janae Blakely, Hannah Metzner 2, Scarlet Watters, Brenda Vargas
CS: Brenda Vargas

Riverside Pitching:
Brenda Vargas (WP) 5.0IP, 6H, 6R, 4ER, 5K, 4BB, 1HR

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marylandBullis School 17 Maryland 10

Bullis School and Maryland traded leads back-and-forth on Monday, but eventually Bullis School prevailed 17-10. Bullis School took the lead for good in the fourth inning. The game was tied at eight with Bullis School batting in the bottom of the fourth when Sarah Taylor grounded out, scoring one run. Hayley Sanders had a single driving in one run and Kaela Luttrell walked Cree Long to drive in a run.

Bullis School padded their lead with five runs in the sixth inning. The big inning came on a single by Sanders, a walk by Shannon Dunwell, a walk by Madeleine Poulin, and a walk by Maya Hersh.

Jenna Jew earned the win for Bullis School. She pitched seven innings, giving up ten runs, six hits, and striking out eight. Freya Seremeth took the loss for Maryland. She went two innings, allowing seven runs, zero hits, and striking out two.

Elizabeth Holliday and Sanders each collected multiple hits for Bullis School. Sanders and Holliday each collected two hits to lead Bullis School.

Seremeth led Maryland with three stolen bases and the team had seven.

MSD 4-0-3-1-0-0-2 = 10-6-4
TBS  4-2-1-3-2-5-X = 17-6-11

Maryland Batting:
2B: Ernelina Beldon
3B: Emelia Beldon
TB: Emelia Beldon 3, Freya Seremeth, Cassidy Perry 2, Ernelina Beldon 2, Lexi Bullock
RBI: Freya Seremeth 2, Cassidy Perry, A Cohen 2, Ernelina Beldon, Lexi Bullock 2
ROE: Emelia Beldon 2, K Luttrell, Freya Seremeth, Cassidy Perry, A Cohen 2, Ernelina Beldon, Lexi Bullock
FC: Rajena Guetter
SB: Emelia Beldon 2, Freya Seremeth 3, Lexi Bullock 2
CS: Ernelina Beldon

Maryland Pitching:
Freya Seremeth (LP) 2.0IP, 0H, 7R, 6ER, 2K, 9BB, 0HR
Kaela Luttrell 4.0IP, 6H, 10R, 8ER, 0K, 11BB, 0HR

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marie-philipWoodward School 20 Marie Philip 2

Marie Philip School Lady Ghosts softball team lost Monday’s home conference game against Woodward School by a score of 20-2, under this cooler weather. Our team handled it very well with their “game on” skills.

Our Lady Ghosts have made much progress on defense and batting skills. I have to say this, our team MPS Lady Ghost played magnificently well tonight. (Contributed by Athletic Director David Del Pizzo)

Game Highlights:
Edlanda Delorme got her first triple of this season.
Shayla Rochette hit her first home run for the season.
Kayla LoBrutto struck out four in her pitching effort.

Edlanda Delorme: 1-2, triple
Zora Elliott-Mendelsohn: 0-2, walk
Samantha Fernsebner: 0-3
Heather Hall: 0-3
Kayla LoBrutto: 0-3
Shayla Rochette: 3-3, home run
Sabrina Rodgrigues: 2-3
Belinda "Bebe" Toledo: 0-2

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