Tri-Valley headed to District playoffs

Williams Valley, Upper Dauphin battle in extra innings

Tri-Valley 15, Weatherly 0

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ROB WHEARY/Staff Photo Tri-Valley pitcher Jacey Roth prepares to deliver a pitch in Schuylkill League softball action April 20 against Marian. The Lady Dawgs rallied in the bottom of the seventh to pick up the victory on their home field.

HEGINS — Tri-Valley cemented their spot in the playoffs with their 10th win of the season, needing only three innings to defeat Weatherly.
The Lady Bulldogs scored 13 runs in the game’s first inning, led by a three-run home run by Kaleigh Bolich and Maddie Horn with a two-run homer.
Jacey Roth pitched a one-hitter for her fourth win of the season.
Weatherly — 0 0 0 — 0 1 6
Tri-Valley — (13) 1 1 — 15 14 0
Isom, Wilkinson (2) and Frye; Roth and Troutman. W — Roth. L. Isom.
Hits: Weatherly — Frey. Tri-Valley — Header 2, Underkoffler 2, Horn 3, Troutman, Sherry, Bolich 2, Schwalm, Heim, Schnoke.
3B — Bolich. HR — Horn, Bolich.


Upper Dauphin 10, Halifax 0
HALIFAX — Lexi Weaver was one out away from a no-hitter but cracked two home runs in a 19-hit attack for Upper Dauphin in this Tri-Valley League East Division matchup April 25.
Four other players ripped three hits each for Upper Dauphin while Weaver struck out 14 batters.
Anna Zeiders managed the only hit for Halifax while Jordan Ashberry took the loss for the Wildcats.
Upper Dauphin — 022 122 1 — 10 17 0
Halifax — 000 000 0 — 0 1 4
Weaver and Klinger; Ashberry and Walker. W — Weaver. L — Ashberry.
Hits: Upper Dauphin — Lenker, Klinger 3, Weaver 2, Grow 3, Miller 3, Crosby 3, Mahoney, Walker, Snyder 2. Halifax — Zeiders.
2B — Klinger. HR — Weaver 2.
Millersburg 13, Line Mountain 3
MANDATA — The Lady Indians needed only five innings to come up with their eighth win of the season and to keep pace with Upper Dauphin in the Tri-Valley League East Standings.
After the two teams went scoreless for the first two innings, Millersburg scored 13 unanswered runs for the victory. Line Mountain got three in the fifth, but Millersburg shut the door via the 10-run rule.
Mariah Armor, Lindsey Casner, Taryn Herb, Lacy Strait, and Lydia Troutman all had two hits each for Millersburg, with Herb and Strait notching triples.
Cheyenne Weiser had two hits to lead Line Mountain, who dropped to 2-10 on the season.
Millersburg — 002 65 — 13 14 4
Line Mountain — 000 03 — 3 5 4
Hits: Millersburg — Armor 2, Border, Bowman, Casner 2, Herb 2, Phillips, Strait 2, Straub, Troutman 2. Line Mountain — Hoffman, King, Weiser 2, Ca. Yeager.
2B — Casner. 3B — Herb, Strait.
Williams Valley 1, Upper Dauphin 0
ELIZABETHVILLE — After nine innings of play, Williams Valley and Upper Dauphin went to International softball tiebreakers rule to settle this game.
Each player would get a courtesy runner on second base at the start of the inning. Viking Megan Schadle bunted courtesy runner Bailee McNeal to third. A sacrifice fly by Alyssa Schadle gave Williams Valley the win.
The game featured a pitchers duel between two of the area’s best throwers, Viking Tianna Yanoscak and Trojan Mickayla Grow. Both girls went the distance in the game with Yanoscak getting the win, striking out eight and allowing six hits.
Grow took the loss, striking out two but only allowing three hits.
Williams Valley — 000 000 000 1 — 1 3 1
Upper Dauphin — 000 000 000 0 — 0 6 1
Yanoscak and M. Schadle; Grow and Klinger. W — Yanoscak. L — Grow.
Hits: Williams Valley — Pinchorski 2, Ferron. Upper Dauphin — Lenker, Klinger 2, Cosby, Walker, Weaver.
Tamaqua 7, Pine Grove 1
TAMAQUA — This loss was only Pine Grove’s second this season but put them in a tie with Tamaqua for first place in the Schuylkill League Division I standings April 21.
Pine Grove got its only run of the game after Faith Sleva’s bases loaded infield single gave Pine Grove a 1-0 lead in the first, but after that, Tamaqua took control of the game, scoring six runs in their first three at-bats for the win.
Pine Grove — 100 000 0 — 1 8 4
Tamaqua — 123 100 x — 7 13 0
W — Pedersen. L — Lehman.
Hits: Pine Grove — Rittenbaugh, Kaufman, Kopinetz 3, Becher, Sleva, Hindman. Tamaqua — Kistler, Hoffman 3, Zellner, Joseph 2, Chinchar, Pedersen, Schellhammer, Stauffenberg.
2B — Becher, Kistler, Hoffman, Chinchar, Stauffenberg.
Tri-Valley 18, Panther 3
LANSFORD — The Lady Dawgs needed only four innings to win their ninth of the season, a rout of Panther Valley April 22 in a Schuylkill League crossover game.
Wendy Header led the bats with three hits and three runs scored, while Cat Troutman had a pair of doubles in the game. Kelsey Schwalm picked up the win on the mound for Tri-Valley, improving to 6-1 on the year.
Tri-Valley — 705 6 — 18 11 1
Panther Valley — 003 0 — 3 4 6
Schwalm and Troutman; Markovich and Clouser. W — Schwalm. L — Markovich.
Hits: Tri-Valley — Header 3, Underkoffler, Troutman 2, Sherry, Bolich, Klinger, Schnoke, Roth. Panther Valley — Picht, Clouser, Markovich, Ryan.
2B — Troutman 2, Klinger, Ryan.
Upper Dauphin 15, Biglerville 1
BIGLERVILLE — Mickayla Grow was the star of this game for Upper Dauphin, getting it done with her bat and arm in a non-league win April 22.
At the plate, Grow was 3-for-5 with a double and a triple. On the mound, Grow struck out six and allowed only six hits for Biglersville.
All total, Upper Dauphin had 19 hits and seven of the nine players that hit safely in the game had at least two hits.
Upper Dauphin — 400 113 6 — 15 19 3
Biglerville — 000 100 0 — 1 6 7
Grow and Klinger; McCanish and Sowers. W — Grow. L — McCanish
Hits: Upper Dauphin — Lenker, Klinger 3, Weaver, Grow 3, Crosby 3, G. Miller 2, Mahoney, Walker 2, Snyder 3. Biglerville — Brough, Orndriff, McCandish, Kime 3.
2B — Kime, Klinger, Weaver, Grow, Miller. 3B— Grow.
Williams Valley 11, Camp Hill 0
CAMP HILL — Williams Valley continued on its tear, needing only five innings to defeat the Lions in this non-league game.
Alyssa Schadle had two doubles to lead the Vikings’ 11-hit attack while Rayanne Hawk had two singles and three RBIs in the game.
Tianna Yanoscak struck out 10 and allowed only two hits to win her seventh game of the season.
Williams Valley — 141 23 — 11 11 0
Camp Hill — 000 00 — 0 2 4
Yanoscak and M. Schadle; Long and Johnson. W — Yanoscak. L — Long.
Hits: Williams Valley — Pinchorski 2, Hawk 2, Whelski, Yanoscak 2, A. Schadle 2, Ferron, Calnon. Camp Hill — Long Johnson.
2B — Whelski, Yanoscak, A. Schadle 2.
Greenwood 13, Line Mountain 0
HERNDON — Scoring in four out of the five innings in the game, Greenwood pitcher Brooke Louden no-hit the Line Mountain Eagles on their home field April 21.
Sierra Bobb took the loss for Line Mountain on the mound, striking out 4 but allowing 13 runs on 10 hits.
Greenwood — 341 05 — 13 10 0
Line Mountain — 000 00 — 0 0 1
W — Louden. L — Bobb.
Hits: Greenwood — Keener 2, Sheaffer, Walton 4, Willi 3.
2B — Walton, Willi. 3B — Willi 2.
Pine Grove 14, Lehighton 1
PINE GROVE — 14 runs in three innings was the way to go for Pine Grove, ending this game in five innings.
The team batted around in the third inning, scoring six runs in the third inning. Kaitlyn Harner was the hitting star, knocking in five runs with her two hits. Jen Kaufman had two hits as well and the team had seven stolen bases in the game.
The run output made it easy for winning pitcher Olivia Lehman, who struck out five in her four innings of work
Lehighton — 000 10 — 1 3 5
Pine Grove — 036 5x — 14 11 1
W — Lehman. L — Bickert.
Hits: Lehighton — Hunsicker, Salerno, Pantella. Pine Grove — Rittenbaugh, Kaufman 2, Kopinetz, Sleva, Lehman 2, Harner 2, Nagle 2.
2B — Sleva. 3B — Hunsicker, Rittenbaugh.
Tri-Valley 5, Marian 4
HEGINS — Tri-Valley scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to rally for their eighth win of the season.
Down 4-1 in their last at-bat, Jess Underkoffler started the rally with a single then scoring on an error. Kaleigh Bolich then tied the game up with a two-run homer, and Alyssa Schnoke provided the game-winning hit, scoring pinch runner Lexi Jordan.
Jacey Roth scored the complete game victory to go to 3-1 on the season.
Marian — 201 000 1 — 4 7 1
Tri-Valley — 000 001 4 — 5 9 2
Joy and Kowker; Roth and Troutman. W — Roth. L — Joy.
Hits: Marian — Antiga, Joy 2, Galasso 2, Ritsick, Lencovich. Tri-Valley — Header, Underkoffler 2, Sherry, Bolich, Klinger, Schnoke 2, Roth.
HR — Bolich
Williams Valley 15, Panther Valley 0
TOWER CITY — Caitlin Pinchorski struck out five of the nine batters she faced en route to a three-inning perfect game as the Vikings blanked Panther valley in a Schuylkill League matchup.
Rayanne Hawk had two hits and three RBIs in the win while Pinchorski helped her own cause with three hits, along with Kate Whelski.
Panther Valley — 0 0 0 — 0 0 3
Williams Valley — (12) 0 3 — 15 10 0
Markovich and Clouser; Pinchorski and M. Schadle. W — Pinchorski. L — Markovich.
Hits: Williams Valley — Pinchorski 3, Hawk 2, Whelski 3, Yanoscak , A. Schadle
2B — Pinchorski 2, Whelski. 3B — Hawk, Yanoscak.
Upper Dauphin 8, Millersburg 7
ELIZABETHVILLE — A base-clearing double by Lexi Weaver capped a six-run fifth inning that gave Upper Dauphin the lead for good in Tri-Valley League action April 19.
Millersburg tried to rally back with two runs in the seventh but fell just short of the victory.
Lenker was tops in hitting for Upper Dauphin with three hits while Megann Crosby and Madie Miller added two each.
Millersburg was led by McKenna Bordner with a triple among her two hits, and Jaycee Straub with two hits.
Lexi Weaver got the win on the mound while Cheyanne Phillips took the loss.
Millersburg — 050 002 0 — 7 7 1
Upper Dauphin — 110 060 x — 8 10 1
Phillips and Herb; Grow, Weaver (3), Grow (7)
Juniata 6, Halifax 2
MIFFLINTOWN — Juniata jumped out to a 5-0 lead before Halifax got on the scoreboard, cruising to the win in Tri-Valley League action April 19.
Julia Hoon led the hitting for Halifax with a triple while Kendall Lehman added a double.
Jordyn Ashberry took the loss on the mound, allowing 10 hits while striking out one.
Halifax — 000 101 0 — 2
Juniata — 032 100 x — 6
W — Misal. L — Ashberry.
Hits: Halifax — Ashberry, Davis, Hoon, Lehman, Seiders, Walker. Juniata — Dowling 2, Goodling 1, Hambright 2, Laub, Reed, Snyder, Welfley 1.
2B — Lehman. 3B — Hoon.
Newport 7, Line Mountain 6
NEWPORT — The Lady Eagles tried to rally, scoring four runs in the top of the seventh, but fell just short as Newport won this Tri-Valley League battle on April 19.
Myah King led Line Mountain’s offense with two hits while Cheyanne Weiser knocked in three runs on a Newport error.
Line Mountain — 200 000 4 — 6 5 2
Newport — 151 000 x — 7 8 2
W — Houtz.
Hits: Line Mountain — Bingaman, Burns, King 2, Ca. Yeager. Newport — Blair 2, Geyer 3, Houtz, Jackson, Still.
HR — Houtz.
Tri-Valley 10, Nativity 0, five innings
HEGINS — The Lady Dawgs sent 10 batters to the plate in the first inning, jumping out to a 6-0 lead to easily handle Nativity in Schuylkill League play on April 18.
RBI singles by Maddie Horn, Alyssa Schnoke, Kat Sherry and Jacey Roth started the scoring, Schnoke went 3-for-3 at the plate, knocking in three runs and scoring twice herself. Kelsey Schwalm picked up the win on the mound, throwing a three-hit shutout.
Nativity 000 00 — 0 3 8
Tri-Valley 602 11 — 10 11 0
W — Schwalm. L — Miske.
Hits: Nativity — Holobetz, Miske, Brittany Kenton. Tri-Valley — Header, Underkoffler, Horn, Troutman, Sherry, Klinger, Schnoke 3, Roth 2.
Pine Grove 9, Blue Mountain 0
PINE GROVE — The Cardinals are now 8-1 and undefeated in Schuylkill League play with this blanking of Blue Mountain
Olivia Lehman was the star of the game on the mound, holding the Eagles to just two hits for her seventh win of the season.
Caitlyn Becher had two hits and three RBIs for the Cardinals. Faith Sleva, Kate Rittenbaugh, and Jennifer Kaufman added two hits each in the total.
Blue Mountain — 000 000 0 — 0 2 2
Pine Grove — 300 042 x — 9 12 1
Schwartz and Skoff; Lehman and Kopinetz. W — Lehman. L — Schwartz.
Hits: Blue Mountain — Skoff, Umbenhauer. Pine Grove — Rittenbaugh 2, Kaufman 2, Kopinetz, Becher 2, Sleva 2, Lehman, Warner, Nagle.
3B — Kopenitz.
Williams Valley 10, Schuylkill Haven 0
TOWER CITY — A big offensive output from Kate Whelski and Alyssa Schadle and expert pitching from Tianna Yanoscak have put the Lady Vikings at 6-1 so far this season.
Yanoscak struck out six while allowing only one hit to pick up her sixth win of the season. Kate Whelski drove in four runs in the game while Alyssa Schadle knocked in three more. Caitlyn Pinchorski and Rayanne Hawk had two hits each in the game.
Schuylkill Haven — 000 00 — 0 1 4
Williams Valley — 014 23 — 10 11 2
Svenson and Personette; Yanoscak and M. Schadle. W — Yanoscak. L — Svenson.
Hits: Schuylkill Haven — Batz. Williams Valley — Pinchorski 2, Hawk 2, Yanoscak, Whelski, M. Schadle, Ferron, A. Schadle 2, Whitcomb.
2B — Pinchorski, Hawk, Yanoscak.
Millersburg 2, Halifax 0
MILLERSBURG — Lindsay Casner knocked in a run and struck out three in this Tri-Valley League matchup.
Jaycee Straub knocked in the other run for the Indians while McKenna Border added a double.
Jordyn Ashberry, Kendall Lehman and Shayna Walker hit safely in the game for Halifax. Ashberry took the loss on the mound.
Halifax — 000 000 0 — 0 3 2
Millersburg — 020 000 x — 2 6 0
W — Casner. L — Ashberry.
Hits: Halifax — Ashberry, Lehman, Walker. Millersburg — Armor, Border, Casner, Phillips, Straub 2.
2B — Border.

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