Lady Warriors Softball Week in Review

The Lady Warriors played four games this past week winning them all.
The Lady Warriors team after the big win against Williamsburg.
The Lady Warriors team after the big win against Williamsburg.
Image/Graphics by Jenna Mertz

On Monday, April 29th, the Lady Warriors welcomed Bucktail to their home turf. The girls showcased their prowess, securing a commanding victory with a score of 10-1. Mallory Graham emerged as a standout performer, leading the team with three hits during the game. Additionally, Brooke Bainey contributed with a notable double. A total of eight different girls each registered at least one hit, highlighting the team’s collective strength and depth in offense.

On Tuesday, April 30th, the Warriors played Williamsburg at home. This day was also senior night; the Lady Warriors have five seniors: Brooke Bainey, Madison Butler, Greysyn Gable, Mallory Graham, and Carsyn Wesesky. Carsyn pitched that night, getting the win while also striking out 10 batters. Greysyn had two hits for two doubles, while also having three RBIs. Haley Woodling had four RBIs, and she hit a home run. They won 11-1.

On Thursday, May 2nd, the girls played at Curwensville. The Lady Warriors put on a show, with Makena Moore throwing a perfect game and striking out 17 batters. The girls scored two runs in the first two innings but besides that, their offense didn’t come alive until the top of the sixth, where they put four runs on the board between Carsyn’s RBI single, Mackenzie MacTavish’s two-run shot to center field, and Greysyn’s RBI double. The girls would go on to win 8-0.

The last game of the week was on Friday, May 3rd. The Lady Warriors traveled to Huntingdon. Once again, Makena pitched; she struck out 16 batters while only allowing 2 hits. She also hit a home run to extend the lead during the game to 3-0. The girls ended up winning 5-1. A quote from Mallory Graham on this past week: “Being a part of this team is truly mesmerizing. Watching one another not only grow up to be the individuals we are but to be the players we are is honestly outstanding. My teammates impress me every day. We’ve had a lot going on for us the past few weeks, with a lot of games to get in, in such a little time. That doesn’t stop or slow us down though. We power through each week and accomplish our goals. I’m beyond proud of this team and am excited to finish out the regular season and see where the postseason takes us. This team deserves it all.”

The girls extend their record to 13-1, they are scheduled to play Mount Union on Monday, May 6th, depending on the weather.

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