WARE – The Southwick-Tolland Regional hit a road block Monday. On Tuesday, they took a detour to get back on the road to success.
Southwick destroyed the Indians 12-0 in Ware Tuesday, one day after losing a heartbreaker at Monson.
Rams’ freshman pitcher Emily Lachtara was her usually dominant self, striking out eight batters and walking none in a two-hitter.
Sidney Rogers and Sam Burzynski had monster days at the plate for Southwick.
Rogers went 3-for-4 with a single, double, and triple, scoring four runs and driving in two more. She also had two stolen bases.
Burynski (2-for-4) bashed an in-the-park homer. She collected three RBIs and a run scored.
In junior varsity action, Southwick pounded Ware, 18-11.
Unbeaten Bombers blank SH
Westfield 5, South Hadley 0
Sarah McNerney delivered a sterling effort on the mound in Westfield’s road shutout, and the Bombers took advantage of some timely hits.
McNerney scattered six hits over seven innings. She struck out nine batters and walked three.
Jules Sharon (2-for-3, RBI), Jess Pratt (double), Maddy Atkocaitis (hit), Kate Puzza (2-3, 2 RBIs), Karly Mastello (3-4, RBI), and Vicky Camp (hit) provided the offensive spark.
Westfield improved to 11-0.
Cooper, Dame solid in Gators’ loss
Renaissance 22, Gateway 6
HUNTINGTON – Jordan Cooper went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored for Gateway, and Gators’ Sammy Dame extended her hitting streak to five games. She plated two runs.
“She’s really turning on the bat for us,” Gateway coach Matt Bonenfant said of Dame.