First Posted: 4/9/2013
After a 0-3 start the Lady Patriots got their first win, 6-5 over Wyoming Valley West in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 1 game at Third Street Elementary in Kingston.
Freshman pitcher Taylor Baloga had an RBI triple and Julie Silinskie and Liz Cappelloni had RBI singles as the Patriots (1-3) scored in four of their first five trips to the plate. And with Baloga cruising in the circle for the most part, the 6-0 lead looked fairly safe.
In the fifth Valley West (1-3) batted around and scored five unearned runs, as the young Patriots made five errors, to make it 6-5.
In the sixth Valley West put runners on first and second with two outs. Baloga, though, recorded her second strikeout of the game to end the inning and retired the Spartans in order in the seventh.
Hazleton 12 PA 1
The Patriots lost in a six-inning game on Tuesday in Hughestown. Theresa Domalsky had two doubles for PA and drove in the run.
Dallas 5 WA 2
The Dallas Mountaineers defeated Wyoming Area 5-2 in a Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 softball game on Monday in West Pittston.
Wyoming Area loaded the bases in the botom of the fourth as Adrienne Przybyla singled and Wolfgang and Alex Holtz. Kross and Sokirka then ripped line drives to Kelley the Dallas shortstop for two outs. Then a popout ended the inning.
“What-ifs,” Wyoming Area coach Barry Przybyla said, “but, hey, they played hard and didn’t quit. We hit some balls hard. Give Dallas credit. They are a good ballclub.”
Serra Degnan and Nicole Turner knocked in the WA runs.Alex Holtz pitched a complete game. She gave up nine hits and four walks and struck out three.
The Lady Warriors were raine dout Friday ay Lake Lehman, it’s been rescheduled to this Thursday.
PA at Crestwood
WA at Berwick
PA at Tunkhannock
Coughlin at WA
WA at Lake Lehman
Lake Lehman at PA
WA at Hazleton