RIMERSBURG — Visiting Moniteau scored in all three of its at-bats to score a 16-0 three-inning win over the Union Damsels softball team via the 15-Run Rule Tuesday afternoon.

The loss dropped the Damsels to 0-5 going into Wednesday scheduled makeup at home against A-C Valley. That game was originally scheduled for Monday.

Next week, the Damsels visit Keystone Tuesday.

Against Moniteau, Union managed three hits off Moniteau pitcher Amanda Dailey, who struck out three and walked none. Millee McCullough and Rylie Colling singled while MacKenna Davis doubled.

Dailey hit a grand slam at the plate for Moniteau, which scored six runs in the first inning, nine in the second and one in the third.

Sierra Salvo and Kira Marsh pitched for Union. Salvo walked four and struck out two.

In other games.

MONDAY, April 16

Both Redbank Valley and Union had their games on Monday postponed because of bad weather.

The Lady Bulldogs’ home game with Keystone was moved to April 22 while Union’s home game with A-C Valley was moved to Wednesday.

Redbank Valley (2-3) was scheduled to host Moniteau Wednesday before another game at home against Brockway Thursday. It’s a three-game week next week starting with Keystone Monday and a trip to Moniteau next Tuesday.

FRIDAY, April 12

Karns City 10, Redbank Valley 0

At Karns City, the host Lady Gremlins scored five runs with one out in the bottom of the fifth inning to secure a 10-Run Rule win.

Pitcher Logan Byers limited the Lady Bulldogs to just four hits. Brooke Holben had two hits, one of them a double. Elaina Miller and Teja Hageter hit singles.

Alyssa Stitt went 3-for-3 with two home runs and three RBIs for Karns City. Taylor Ekis also homered for the Lady Gremlins off Lady Bulldogs pitcher Montana Hetrick, who gave up nine hits and two walks while striking out one. Three Lady Gremlins runs were unearned.

Karns City led 5-0 after two innings before scoring the rest of the runs in the fifth. Stitt led off with a home run and Ekis blasted a two-run shot. Two Lady Bulldogs errors allowed the final two runs score.

Union at Moniteau

Their game at West Sunbury was postponed with no makeup announced.


A-C Valley 11,

Redbank Valley 10

At Perry Township, the visiting Lady Bulldogs made things interesting with three runs in the top of the seventh inning, but fell short in a one-run loss to A-C Valley.

Brynn Rearick led the Lady Bulldogs, going 3-for-5 with five runs batted in and two runs scored.. Montana Hetrick, Teja Hageter and Elaina Miller each scored two runs.

The Lady Falcons had 13 hits off Lady Bulldogs pitcher Montana Hetrick, who also struck out three. Cami McNany had three hits and drove in four runs. Andrew Meals had two hits with a double, and Emily Wetzel doubled with three RBIs.

Sydnie Schmidt and Baylee Blauser combined for the win on the mound, combining on a seven-hitter with six strikeouts.

Karns City 21, Union 0

At Rimersburg, visiting Karns City scored 10 runs in the first inning and 11 in the third in its 15-Run Rule win in three innings over the Damsels.

Three Karns City pitchers — Logan Byers, Makenzie Shay and Allison Walker — combined to throw a two-hitter with Sierra Salvo and Rylie Colligan singling for the Damsels.

Karns City had 22 hits and hit four home runs with Alyssa Stitt leading the way, going 3-for-3 with a double and home run and two RBIs. Emily Wolfe and Taylor Ekis also had three hits apiece with Wolfe, Byers and Garrah Milchik also hitting home runs.

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