- Grove City, Pennsylvania


May 11, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL SPRING SPORTS ROUNDUP: County track set today at Hickory


MERCER COUNTY AREA — ä Mercer 13, Commo-dore Perry 0 (5 inn.) — At Sheakleyville, coach Jack Trott’s Mercer Lady M’s improved to 11-4 with the non-region win over the Lady Panthers.

Aubrie Angermeier fired a complete-game 1-hitter to earn the win. She struck out 6 batters and only allowed 1 walk.

Offensively for the Lady M’s, Heather Woods ripped a pair of doubles and Rachel Chapman and Aundria Gregory both doubled.

Emily Kitchen was tagged with the loss for Commodore

Perry. She fanned 2, walked 6 and gave up 9 hits in going the distance. Alexis Nagy singled for CP’s lone hit.

ä Sharon 4, Lakeview 1 — At Stoneboro, the Lady Tigers scored 3 runs in the top of the 7th inning to earn the victory over the Lady Sailors.

Gabby Gadola went the distance for Sharon. She struck out 7 batters, issued no walks and gave up 7 hits. Offensively, Gadola doubled, Aubriana Dellibovi had 2 singles and an RBI, Mallory Torr drove in a run with a sacrifice and Kristina Jacoway stole 3 bases.

Kala Mahen pitched all 7 frames for Lakeview. She fanned 11, walked 3 and surrendered 6 hits. Mahen and Katie Watts had 2 singles each and Katie McClelland drove in a run.

Sharon skipper Mike Bochert said his Lady Tigers (4-3, 8-6) are in contention for a Region 2-AA playoff berth with 4 games remaining.

ä Meadville 4, Grove City 3 — At Meadville, the host Lady Bulldogs’ A.Rhoades outdueled Grove City’s Maddie Elberty.

Rhoades recorded 10 strikeouts, walked 4 and scattered 8 hits, while Elberty ended up permitting 3 hits, 3 walks and striking out 6 in 4ê innings. In relief, Belle Chiodo checked the Dawgs on 2 hits.

Nottingham  knocked a home run and single for MASH.

For Grove City (4-12), Cassie Feather and Grace Dadzaa each stroked 2 hitrs and Micaela King tallied twice and pilfered a pair of bases.

ä Jamestown 4, Mercer 3 (11 inn.) — At Brandy Springs Park in Mercer, Erynn Williams hit a sac fly in the top of the 11th frame to score Isabella Greenawalt from third base to lift the Lady Muskies (2-4, 4-7) past the Lady M’s.

Williams earned the win. She fanned 11, walked 5 and only allowed 3 hits for Jamestown. Brenda Kaller had 3 hits and Greenawalt had 2.

Melissa Shoemaker got the start for Mercer and Allie Cameron suffered the loss. She fanned 3, walked 1 and gave up 4 hits in 5 innings of relief. Heather Woods had 2 hits.

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