July 7, 2015

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Softball: Bees are on pace to score 700 runs

MEDINA — Bobbi Langlois threw a no-hitter and the offense banged out 20 hits to help Medina’s softball team demolish Valley Forge 27-0 in Northeast Ohio Conference cross-division play Tuesday.

Langlois, an All-Gazette junior right-hander, went all five innings and struck out 12.

Alexis Lee

Alexis Lee

Vanessa Scoarste (4 runs,4 RBI), Alexis Lee (5 runs), Stephanie Cunningham (3 runs, 3 RBI), Jen Sansonette (4 runs), Langlois (2 RBI), Kylee Ensign (2 runs, 2 RBI) and Lauren Peek (2 runs) each had two or more hits for the Bees (1-0).

Abby Knechtel (2 runs,3 RBI), Chelsea Obrzut (2 runs, 2 RBI), Nikki Casper (2 RBI) and Haley Jividen had one hit apiece, but each was a double.

The Patriots fell to 0-1.

In other games:

Cloverleaf 5, Buckeye 3
WESTFIELD TWP. — Sam Furr pitched 41/3 strong innings and Kristen Kilzer picked up the save to lead the Colts (1-1) past the Bucks (1-1) in this non-league affair. Kilzer and Katie Carino each had two hits for Cloverleaf, which also received a RBI single from Furr. Buckeye’s Emily Morrissette (0-1) was handed the loss in a complete game effort. Amelia Shaw and Taylor Joppeck had two hits apiece for the Bucks. The game featured just three strikeouts, including zero by the Colts.
Highland 8, Westlake 7
WESTLAKE — The Hornets (1-0) survived a three-run seventh inning by the Demons to win this non-league affair. Jill Sammon, Kaitlyn Krajcik and Taylor MacWhade had two hits apiece for Highland, which broke the game open with a six-run fourth inning. AnnMarie Kirchner (1-0) was the winner in the circle.