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Saturday's softball roundup: South Western claims third place at tournament

Here are Saturday's York/Adams softball results. Check back often for updates.

BIG SPRING INVITATIONAL >> South Western's softball team claimed third place in the Big Spring Invitational, topping Spring Grove in the third-place game, 20-4, in four innings. The win capped a 2-1 showing for the Mustangs in the tournament.

South Western opened the invitational with a 7-6 win over Greencastle-Antrim in six innings, a game which ended early because of time constraints. Shippensburg then tagged South Western for an 11-1 loss.

Katie Willinghan had a big first game against the Blue Devils as she went 4-for-4 from the plate with two RBIs. Allie Fleming and Allie Zombro each had two hits. In the second game, Jordan Chell had two hits for the Mustangs.

In the third-place game, South Western's Hannah Glover went 4-for-5 with six RBIs.

In Spring Grove's opening game, the Rockets seventh inning comeback came up just short, as they fell to the eventual tournament winners Big Spring, 7-6. Haley Norton carried Spring Grove's offense, as she hit a home run, cracked two doubles, drove in two RBIs and scored two runs scored.

In the second game, the Rockets cruised to a 10-4 win over Chambersburg, as Julia Wivell picked up the win and Norton homered for a second time. She finished the tournament with two home runs and three doubles.

New Oxford lost all three of its games. In Game 1, the Colonials fell to host Big Spring, 16-2. New Oxford also lost to Chambersburg, 12-1, and Muhlenberg, 4-2. Kendra Becker had two triples on the day for the Colonials.

In the championship game, Big Spring defeated Shippensburg.

South Western 7, Greencastle-Antrim 6 (6)

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GA, Ally Brown and Katie Gelsinger. SW, Allie Fleming and Allie Zombro.

SO-BB — GA, Brown 2-3. SW, Fleming 6-2; W — Fleming; L — Brown; 2B — GA, Liz Ward. SW, Bailey Moses; 3B — GA, Erin Bontragor, Brooke Zeger.

Shippensburg 11, South Western 1 (6)

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SW, Hannah Sterrett, Alisha Kulka (5) and Gabby Newman. Sh, C. Coy and M. Fetter.

SO-BB — SW, Sterrett 1-3, Kulka 1-0. Sh, Coy 8-2; W — Coy; L — Sterrett; 3B — SW, Hannah Glover. Sh, Fetter.

South Western 20, Spring Grove 6 (4)

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SW, Allie Fleming and Allie Zombro. SG, Kiersten Hay, Jimary Rivera (1), Caraline Corman (3) and Briana DiCandel.

SO-BB — SW, Fleming 4-3. SG, Hay 0-6, Rivera 1-7, Corman 4-3; W — Fleming; L — Hay; 2B — SG, Haley Norton.; 3B — SW, Hannah Glover.

Big Spring 16, New Oxford 2 (5)

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NO, Alanna Molz, Alyssa Peck (3) and Shawna Belcher. BS, Cierra DeWalt, Mackenzie Brymesser (5) and Kennsey Epley

SO-BB — NO, Molz 0-2, Peck 0-3. BS DeWalt 3-0, Brymesser 1-0; W — DeWalt; L — Molz; 2B — BS, Brooklyn Wagner 2, Mackenzie Brymesser, Kate Jackson; 3B — NO, Kendra Becker; HR — BS, Wagner, Kelsi Minich, Emily Baker, Epley.

Chambersburg 12, New Oxford 1 (5)


Ch, Leah Hunt and Lily Nolan. NO, Peck and Belcher.

SO-BB — Hunt 7-2, Peck 0-4; W — Hunt; L — Peck; 2B — Ch, Samantha Bender; HR — Ch, Caeley Etten, Bender.

Muhlenberg 4, New Oxford 2

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NO, Molz and Belcher; Mul, Julia Koval, Alicia Pugliese (3) and Megan Speicher.

SO-BB — Molz 7-0. Mul, Koval 0-2, Pugliese 0-1; W — Pugliese; 2B — Mul, O. Enslin; 3B — NO, Becker; HR — Mul, Pugliese.

CENTRAL WINS PANTHER CLASSIC >> Central York defeated Wilson, 11-0, in the championship game to win the tournament it hosted. The Panthers also routed Bermudian Springs, 18-3, in an opening game.

Kelsey Wisner led Central York with five hits, three RBIs and two triples in the two games. The Panthers had 14 hits and 15 RBIs in their first game, while four different players had multi-hit games. Briannah Dobson had two hits and three RBIs in the championship game.

Central pitcher Kayla Resh had six strikeouts and zero walks in the championship game for Central York while Rachel Butler had five strikeouts in the first game.

Overall the Panthers played a combined eight innings.

Central York 18, Bermudian Springs 3 (3)

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BS, Casey Smith and M. Williams. CY, Rachel Butler and Alyssa Stonebraker.

SO-BB — BS, Smith 0-4. CY, Butler 5-2; W — Butler; L — Smith; 2B — CY, Haley Klunk, Kelsey Wisner, Stonebraker, Lorna Colberg 2; 3B — BS, M. Williams. CY, Briannah Dobson.

Central York 11, Wilson 0 (5)

WLS, K. Ebner, E. Love, E Spatz and K. Hudzik. CY, Kayla Resh and Briannah Dobson.

SO-BB — WLS, Ebner 0-0, Love 0-6, Spatz 0-0. CY, Resh 6-0; W — Resh; L — Love; 2B — WLS, Ebner. CY, Rachel Butler; 3B — Kelsey Wisner, Butler.