Lady Meteors benefit from EL errors

Montrose winning pitcher Madelynn Guinane struck out 13, scattered five hits and scored a pair of runs to lead the Lady Meteors, 4-1, over Forest City in the opening game of the regular softball season.
Hailey Rapisardi stroked a single and a double and knocked in two runs for the victors.
Emily Lewis had an RBI single for the Lady Foresters.
At Elk Lake, Claudia Cordner ripped three hits including a double and Montrose benefited from nine errors to win the Division IV contest between the preseason favorites.
Winning pitcher Madelynn Guinane allowed just three singles and struck out 11 in the 9-3 final.
At Elk Lake, Justine Johns had three hits, two runs and three RBIs to lead the Lady Warriors to a Division IV win, 10-1, over Blue Ridge.
Cheyenne Jenner had three hits, including a double, a run scored and three RBIs for the winners.
Savannah Glover had an RBI triple for Blue Ridge.
*At Blue Ridge, Ashley Walsh ripped a pair of hits and drove in three runs, and winning pitcher Amanda Ross knocked in two to lead Holy Cross. Abby Anderson, Lindsey Leppo and Ross each scored twice in the Lackawanna Division III-IV crossover.
Blue Ridge’s Caylee Wyatt and Hunter Vaughn doubled and losing pitcher Dani Goff fanned 11 in a 7-0 loss to Holy Cross.
*Emily Lawrenson had two hits, including a double, and scored two runs for Susquehanna in a 6-5 loss to Lackawanna Trail.
*Susquehanna also fell 10-3 to the Lady Foresters.
At Susquehanna, winning pitcher Kary Gillette went 4 for 4 with three triples, two runs and six RBIs to lead Forest City.
Heather Agentovich had three hits and three runs for the Lady Foresters, who snapped an 18-game slide and gave new head coach Joe Miraglia his first win.
Emily Lawrenson had a triple and two RBIs for Susquehanna.
*Mountain View was shut out in two games last week. The Lady Eagles were defeated 15-0 in a Division III-IV crossover game against Mid Valley; and 16-0 by Lackawanna Trail.
Hope Perez doubled for Mountain View in the game against Trail.

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