The Knights will play host to Salisbury University and Wesley College on Friday and Saturday.
The Lady Patriots are now 11-3 overall and 5-2 in the district. She allowed five walks and four hits in her two innings of work and five of the seven runs she allowed were earned. Snapp was 2-for-5 with two runs scored and the home run. Weston slapped four hits, had three RBI and scored four runs.
Bruno also did well behind the plate, getting onto base and scoring in the first inning. Beam and Ivan Huffman each had an RBI and Alex Borst drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single.
Senior Logan Bryant pitched the final stanza and allowed no runs on a pair of hits.
"We have a strong infield that has been playing together for three to four years", Olson said. "We finally started hitting the ball, and found a way to win tonight".
Facing some trouble in the inning, Sterling turned to Errick Denning to get out of the inning and limit the damage.
Jarrad Verdier allowed just two hits over 5 2/3 innings, pitching the Monroe City baseball team to a 5-0 victory over Knox County on Wednesday. Cole Snyder led off with a hard hit double. After a stolen base and passed ball brought him to third, Brian Burns came through in the clutch with a two out RBI single.
"I was happy that we made adjustments", said Park coach Bob Loshek.
Wolverines coach Leslie Watts' squad has won nine of its last 11 games heading into the postseason after starting the season a disappointing 2-6.
Bentley added three more to the scoreboard in the bottom of the second as Luke Figueira doubled down the left field line to score Chris Hopkins from second, 2-0.
Geno homered for the second straight game and Natalie Alvarez hit a three-run shot for her first hit of the day. Vance tossed a complete game and gave up only two earned runs off of seven hits.
Los Angeles Angels vs. Oakland Athletics
Angels reliever Jim Johnson (1-0) got the win over Treinin (0-1) in a game in which neither pitching staff was very effective. Shohei Ohtani has thrown six ideal innings to begin his first home pitching start for the Los Angeles Angels .
Oakdale reached the championship game after knocking off Tokay and Central Catholic in the first and second rounds. "We're the kind of team who fuels off of the energy during the game". We also just remained confident.
Despite a heartbreaking first defeat by forfeit the previous week, the Seymour varsity baseball team continued its winning ways last week, cruising to a pair of victories to improve its spring record to 6-1. "I think being at their home field was something we had to overcome because no one likes to lose at home". The Terps used a six-run fifth inning to clinch the win over the Red Flash (20-16) and move to 16-24 on the year. The 'Riders sent four men home in the first and sixth innings, respectively. "Keaton dominated on the mound for six innings".
Freshman Brock Pearce had a single and scored a run. The Falcons scored at least one run in each of the first five innings. Ellazar, who finished a triple shy of the cycle, would come through with a single to load the bases in her ensuing at bat. The offensive output would put the Purple Panthers in a commanding situation as they held onto a 10-run lead after one inning.
The Bulldogs got off to a slower start in game two, leading 8-2 going into the fifth inning.
Park senior shortstop Delaney Young ripped a grand slam home run in the third inning and had an wonderful first-game total of eight RBIs, adding a double and a triple to go along with her four-bagger. The junior leads the team with 12 home runs, second only to Anna Grace Magee of Mandeville in all of the parish. Rusk avoided being shutout by plating a run in the top of the seventh. Both Pana batters would reach on errors and would later score in the inning.
Tom Galfo led the Black Knights with a double.
Down 13-8 in their last at bat, St. Johns continued to breathe hope to a walkoff victor with Taylor singling, Troy Myers walking and Hodges getting hit by a pitch loading the bases with two outs.
The Indians defeated Greenwood, 5-2, in the Tri-Valley League game.
"Our goals are to win the conference, win the conference tournament and win the state championship", Porter said. "Our guys will bounce back", McGraw said.
"I think we did really well attacking the ball and no matter what the score was we didn't let up and we just kept whacking away", Degler said. Like I said, we're a good team, we just need to stay up the rest of the season.
In Wednesday night action the Wildcats had the 4-3 lead after the sixth.