Tuesday's District 3 softball tournament roundup: Littlestown moves on with win over Big Spring
Kaitlin Yealy homered and added two more hits in Littlestown's 10-5 victory against Big Spring in the opening round of the District 3 Class AAA tournament Tuesday.
Yealy had three RBIs as the Thunderbolts (18-4) advanced to face Twin Valley (19-5) in the quarterfinals Thursday at a site and time to be determined.
Mackenzie Somers had three hits and picked up the win, holding Big Spring to five runs on 10 hits. Big Spring's Kelsi Minich had a home run and three RBIs.
BS, Mackenzie Brymesser, Kelsi Minich (3). Lt, Mackenzie Somers.
SO-BB — BS, Brymesser 0-0, Minich 2-0. Lt, Somers 5-0; W — Somers; L — Brymesser; 2B — BS, Emily Baker. Lt, Amanda Dyson; 3B — Lt, Somers; HR — BS, Minich. Lt, Kaitlin Yealy.
BISHOP MCDEVITT 12, KENNARD-DALE 0 >> Sophie Lehigh led Bishop McDevitt past the Rams in the first-round matchup. She went 3-for-4 with a double, three runs and three RBIs.
Brittany Orwig struck out two for Kennard-Dale. The Rams finish their season with 15-4 record.
BM, Elizabeth Noss. KD, Brittany Orwig.
SO-BB — BM, Noss 2-0. KD, Orwig 2-0; W — Noss; L — Orwig; 2B — BM, Sophie Lehigh.
TWIN VALLEY 15, SUSQUEHANNOCK 4 (5) >> Emily Webster hit a home run for the Raiders in the fifth inning to push her team's lead to over 10 and ending the Warriors season in the first round of the postseason. The Warriors finished their season with a 10-8 record.
UPPER DAUPHIN 2, FAIRFIELD 1 >> Lexi Weaver struck out 12 in a win over Fairfield in the first round of District 3 playoffs. The Green Knights finished their season with a 10-10 record.
UD, Lexi Weaver and Grace Klinger. F, Courtney Harbaugh and Kaitlin Barron.
SO-BB — UD, Weaver 11-3. F, Harbaugh 3-0; W — Weaver; L — Harbaugh; 3B — UD, Gracie Miller. F, Gena Eiker, Megan Whalen.