The Journal Register (Medina, NY)

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April 8, 2013

Lady Tigers surge past Mustangs

Medina Journal-Register — LYNDONVILLE - A big 10 run scoring explosion keyed Lyndonville to a 17-10 victory over Medina Saturday in a non league contest.

Trailing 3-0, Lyndonville used the combination of two-run singles by Kaitlyn Albone, Alex Harling and Rebekah Hoffee along with seven walks and two wild pitches to plate 10 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to take the lead for good.

Madison Gardepe followed up with a two-run single to highlight a three-run fifth inning for Lyndonvile which then put a lock on the victory with four more tallies in the sixth on six more walks and a wild pitch.

Hoffee, Houseman and Maddy Boyle each had two hits on the day for the Lady Tigers.

Medina jumped out to an early 3-0 lead as Stormi Kruger hit a two-run home run in the first inning.

Medina later tallied four times in the fifth on another two-run homer by Kruger, a triple by Olivia Hermann, singles by Arden Zavitz, Jessica Rosenbeck, Jenn Molisani and a sacrifice by Liz Meyer.

Hits by Hermann, Emma Fish and Rosenbeck then helped to plate three more runs in the top of the sixth but the Mustngs could get no closer than 13-10.

Defensively, Fish turned a double play for Medina from her catchers position in the third inning and Zavitz made a leaping catch in center in the second.

Lyndonville 14, Barker 11

BARKER - Lyndonville scored three runs in the eighth inning to outlast Barker 14-11 Friday in a non league game.

Boyle registered 16 strikeouts on the mound for the Lady Tigers.

Mckenzie Strickland had a grand slam home run for Barker.

Lockport 14, Albion 8

ALBION - Scoring five quick runs in the first inning, Lockport went on to defeat Albion 14-8 Friday in a non league game.

Kelsee Soule had a double and single, Kelsey Schmitt and Kelli O’Hearn two singles each and Halle Jurs a double for Albion which also got singles from Erika Edwards, Meghan Hurley and Ali O’Hearn.

Now at 1-1, Albion rallied for four runs in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh but couldn’t overcome a 13-1 deficit.

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