TRACK AND FIELD
TRACK AND FIELD
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THURS., 05-15 SOFTBALL RESULTS
May 19, 2014Northwest Montana A Conference
Hamilton 7, Corvallis 0
AtHamilton, Brie Clifford tossed a two-hitter and struck out 10 to lead the Broncs to the Southwestern A win over the Blue Devils.
Taylor Goligoski had a double among her two hits, scored a run and drove in one for the Broncs (9-1 in league games, 12-4 overall). Tayler Reynolds had a pair of RBIs and Lauren Dolcater singled and tripled.
Taia Tully and Taylor Gagnon had singles forCorvallis(1-9, 3-13).
Corvallis000 000 0 – 0 2 3
Hamilton013 102 x – 7 7 0
Brie Clifford and Katie Wickham. Taylor Gagnon and Brenna Bourgeois. W – Clifford. L – Gagnon.
CORVALLIS – Taia Tully 1-3, Kira Doyle 0-1, Corinne Sanderson 0-2, Hannah Brown 0-1, Gagnon 1-3, Bourgeois 0-3, Sabrina Friday 0-3, Kabrey Powell 0-3, Bobbie Stephen 0-1, Nicole Turner 0-2, Kenley Fields 0-0.
HAMILTON – McKayl Rothie 0-3, Clifford 1-1, Taylor Goligoski 2-4, Tayler Reynolds 1-4, Shaylan Mohn 0-2, Lauren Dolcater 2-4, Sydney Bergren 1-3, Wickham 0-2, Kloie Nye 0-3, Julia Zepeda 0-0.
2B – Goligoski. 3B – Lauren Dolcater. RBIs – Goligoski, Reynolds 2, Wickham.
Frenchtown 4, Libby 0
At Frenchtown, Morgan Ray’s had 14 strikeouts and zero walks in a complete-game two-hitter as the Broncs knocked off Northwestern A rival Libby.
Frenchtown remained unbeaten at 6-0 in conference play and is 13-1 overall.
After a scoreless first inning, the Broncs broke to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the second. Kayla Blood sent home Kaylee Prather with an RBI-triple following Prather’s two-run single.
Ray, Blood, Prather, Josie Anderson and Vanessa Stavish each recorded hits for Frenchtown.
Hannah England had eight strikeouts against one walk from the circle for the Loggers (3-3, 12-4).
Libby 000 000 0 – 0 2 1
Frenchtown 030 100 0 – 4 5 2
Hannah England andDevonGallagher. Morgan Ray and Brooke Yarnall, Kaylee Prather (5). W – Ray. L –England.
LIBBY – Madisen Monigold 1-3, Hannah England 0-3, Mahalah Wedel 0-3, Devon Gallagher 0-3, Kelsey Klin 0-3, Auria Benefield 0-3, DaylnGermany1-3, Rachel Rebo 0-2, Kyra Lauer 0-2.
FRENCHTOWN – Kayla Blood 1-3, Josie Anderson 1-2, Morgan Ray 1-3, Vanessa Stavish 1-3, Keegan Wickman 0-2, Krista Hebness 0-2, Brooke Yarnell 0-3, Kaylee Prather 1-3, Emma Pyron 0-2.
2B – Monigold; Stavish. 3B – Blood. RBIs – Prather 2, Blood, Ray.
BC extends streak with 8-7 win at Anaconda
Updated: May 15, 2014
ANACONDA — Freshman Taylor Wahl doubled in senior Shelby Paffhausen for the winning run in the top of the sixth inning Thursday, and Butte Central beat Anaconda 8-7 at the Charlotte Yeoman-Martin Complex.
The win was the sixth straight for the Maroons, who finished the Southwestern A season with a 9-1 record. It also completed the season sweep of the rival Copperheads.
The BC victory came despite losing sophomore ace Teresa Piazzola to a hip injury in the first inning. Anaconda transfer Mikayla Boggs, a senior, pitched the rest of the way for the win.
Wahl’s big hit was the second of the day for the BC shortstop, who was one of two Maroons with a multi-hit game. Sophomore Shawnee Hjelt hit a pair of singles, while senior Rylee Green hit a double.
Paffhausen singled before scoring the winning run. Sophomore catcher Kate Ossello and Piazzola also singled for BC, which took advantage of four Copperhead errors.
Hjelt, Wahl and freshman Emily St. John each scored a pair of runs for the Maroons. Freshman Mollie Peoples joined Paffhausen with one run scored.
Courtney Moodry had her second four-hit game against BC of the season. That included a triple and three runs scored.
Delanie Chapman went 3 for 4 for Anaconda, while Sarah Schaefer went 2 for 3 with three RBIs. Julia Peterson hit a double and a single and drove in two runs, while Chloe Worl hit two singles.
The Copperheads and Maroons will both close out the regular season at BC’s Laverne Combo Invitational Friday and Saturday in Butte. The Southwestern A Divisional tournament will be next week in Anaconda.
The Maroons play four non-conference games in the tournament, starting with Billings Central at 12:30 p.m. Friday. The Maroons also play Whitefish at 6 on Friday.
Piazzola is hopeful she will return quickly for the Maroons, who are 11-5 overall. She is 9-3 on the season.
“Something is pinched in my hip,” Piazzola said. “Hopefully we’ll get it figured out by tomorrow.”
Butte Central 203 201 0 — 8 8 0
Glendive 5, Hardin 1
Mintz and Ryan; Blankenship and Watson.
Glendive — Mintz 1-3, Storlie 2-4, Petterson 0-4, Mittlestadt 1-4, Ryan 0-4, Husehka 1-4, Deines 3-4, Zimdar 1-1, Temple 1-4, Gibbs 0-2. 2B: Storlie. RBIs: Mintz, Petterson, Mittlestadt, Temple.
Hardin — Chavez 0-3, Edgar 0-3, Seller 0-3, Blankenship 0-3, Davisson 0-3, Bush 1-3, Schneider 0-3, Watson 0-2, Roan 0-2.
Frenchtown Lady Broncs defeats Loggers despite Hannah England's strong effort, 4-0
Hannah England held up her end of the bargain, but Hannah couldn't will Loggers past Frenchtown Lady Broncs as Loggers lost 4-0 in seven innings at FSC on Thursday.
Hannah handled Frenchtown Lady Broncs' lineup with ease, racking up eight strikeouts. Hannah allowed two earned runs on five hits and one walk over six innings.
Morgan Ray got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. She pitched seven shutout innings. She struck out 14, walked none and surrendered three hits.
Hannah was charged with the loss.
Frenchtown Lady Broncs
Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity escapes Corvallis High School behind Brie Clifford's 10 strikeouts, 7-0
An ace performance by Brie Clifford spurred Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity to a 7-0 win in seven innings over Corvallis High School on Thursday at Hamilton High School.
Brie struck out 10 hitters en route to the Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity win. Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity's pitcher gave up just two hits over seven shutout innings.
Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity blew out Corvallis High School thanks to seven hits, including two extra base hits. Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity scored three runs in the third on Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity scored in the third on an RBI single by Brie, an RBI single by Taylor Goligoski, and a walk by Katie Wickham.
Brie reached base four times in the game for Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity.
T Gagnon couldn't get it done in the circle for Corvallis High School, taking a loss. She allowed seven runs in six innings, walked eight and struck out four.
The lead stayed with Hamilton Lady Broncs Varsity after the second, when it scored one run on a single by Lauren Dolcater.
Game 1, Browning Home
0,0,0,0,0 0 runs 3 hits 6 errors
Higgins & Monroe
5,5,5,11,2 (28 runs),19 hits 0 errors
Lizzie Browning 2, Maddie Cade 3, & Bri Rollins
Game 2, Belgrade Home
12,14,2,2 (30 runs) 15 hits 0 errors
Lizzie Browning & Callie Mcentire
0,0,0,0,0 (0 runs) 2 hits 2 errors
Kennerly & W. Pree