Facing adversity for the first time this season, the Parsippany softball team was able to respond.
Adrianna Romano had two singles for Barnegat (1-3), and Molly McEeaney had the lone run scored in the first inning.
SHERANDO 4, BRENTSVILLE 3: Abby Olson recorded all of the Tigers' RBIs with a home run in the non-district loss. Both teams would have their chances to take the lead, but neither would as the game headed into extra innings.
Zack Jerman had two RBIs for the Grizzlies.
"While we only have two seniors, we are still a pretty experienced team when you consider that we had five underclassmen - four sophomores and a freshman - last season and with the addition of Sammie, who played as a seventh-grader, we have eight girls returning", Prong said. Lozano went 2-for-4 with a home run and a double, along with throwing a complete game for Lavaca (8-3). Peetz was able to take advantage of the Mustang's mistakes having three batters hit by pitches and four runners reach base on errors. Emma Seagroves, Liz Morgan and Kara Meeks all went 1 for 3 with Meeks and Morgan getting a RBI.
The Jaguars put together a balanced offensive effort to come out on top in the nightcap. Junior Jalyse Hanson also drove in a run for the Crusaders. Meledy Owens and Carissa Goosens had two hits each.
Kimball sophomore Rylie Costa tripled, singled and batted in four runs, and freshman Leah Richardson drove in two runs with a single and a double. Peyton Moeder had two steals, and Oliver and Bredwell each swiped a bag. Bailee Sweeton got the win in the circle. Only two of the Tigers' four runs against Shryock were earned.
The Jaguars (3-1) will be back in action at 3:45/5:45 p.m. April 17 at Bishop Miege.
SOUTH CENTRAL: Lee (0-2, BB), Rivers (0-1, BB), Shumate (0-1, BB), Hilmes (0-1, BB).
Josie Bedford and Hannah Knight collected two hits apiece to lead the Wildcats in Game 1.
With one run across, Bennett field a ball hit to third and got the out with a throw to Hope Komornik at first.
Farmington crossed home plate two more times in the fifth inning and four times in the sixth, including a two-run home run that fought the wind to get over the center field wall. The seven-run rally in the bottom of the fourth started with a double from Maggie Brummer and included back-to-back homers by Kendall Adams, who hit a three-run shot, and Keeley Himmelreich.
In game two, the offense lacked on both sides.
Wednesday's UW-Superior's softball doubleheader with St. Scholastica has been moved to 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 15.
Bailey Zuniga tossed a no-hitter and homered for the Saints in Game 1.
OLMA pitcher Morgan Hagerty struck out nine and walked none and hit a solo homer. Madison Byerley went deep for the Saints in the nightcap.
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