BROOKVILLE — Trying to shake off a two-game losing streak, the Brookville Lady Raiders softball team had its non-league road game at Marion Center Monday postponed to April 29;)
Next up for the 2-7 Lady Raiders was a trip to DuBois Wednesday, followed by Thursday’s home game with Keystone. Next week, they travel to Bradford Tuesday and host Johnsonburg Thursday.
In last week’s games:
THURSDAY, April 11
Scoring nine runs in its first two at-bats, visiting Cranberry went on to deal the Lady Raiders a five-inning loss at Northside Field.
Cranberry pitcher Jenna Siegworth tossed a four-hitter and took a shutout bid into the bottom of the fifth before the Lady Raiders scored three runs to set the final. She struck out four and walked two.
The Berries had 15 hits and scored five unearned runs off Brookville, which committed five errors. Rachel McCauley and Tamera Flinchpach each had three hits as the Berries ripped six doubles and three triples. McCauley tripled and Flinchpach doubled.
Megrah Suhan, Leah Kammerdeiner, Ashton Pangallo and Dani Maring hit singles for the Lady Raiders.
WEDNESDAY, April 10
St. Marys 17,
Scoring in all but one at-bat, including a six-run top of the seventh inning, visiting St. Marys beat the Lady Raiders at Northside Field.
St. Marys had 20 hits off three different Lady Raiders pitchers. Britney Shaw went 4-for-6 with three runs batted in, Mekenzie Gillen was 4-for-5, Brianna Grotzinger had three hits and Tessa Grotzinger finished with two.
Maura Fledderman got the win in the circle for the Lady Dutch, striking out eight and walking three while giving up nine hits in six innings. Brianna Grotzinger threw a scoreless seventh inning.
Carlie McManigle led the Lady Raiders with three hits. Julie MacWilliams and Leah Kammerdeiner both had two hits.