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Bolton edges Wells in marathon game

Hartford had defeated Granville 2-1 in the first round to meet up with the Burghers, who beat North Warren 14-2 in their opening game.

Promising Freshman Burgher Pitcher Brittany Tschirhart recorded her first Varsity win in this opening game with a complete performance that only allowed five hits. Hayley Correia batted .800 and Rachel Simkins drove in three runs with two hits. Cougar Sophomore Charissa Cronk batted .500 for her team.

In the consolation game, Granville defeated North Warren 21-1.

Warrensburg 18,

North Warren 5

WARRENSBURG - Burgher Pitcher Rachel Simkins slugged a two-run double as Warrensburg defeated North Warren May 14.

Burgher Seniors Bianca Fuller and Sabrina Fish both went 3 for 4 for the Burghers, with Fish recording three RBIs and Fuller aiding with.

Charissa Cronk and Kelsey Hamblin hit back-to-back triples for the Cougars, who were able to connect with Simkins' wily throws.

Lake George 12,

Corinth 1

LAKE GEORGE - Lake George Senior softball player Sara Anderson demonstrated

her athletic prowess - and the strength of her biceps - as she hit a three-run home run to help her team defeat Corinth 12-1. Dazzling Warrior pitcher Katelyn Callahan struck out 14 and walked only two in the one-hit game to keep her team undefeated for 2010.

Teammates Rachel Pliscofsky and Taylor Dawson, both Seniors, and Sophomore Rebecca Kandora each tallied two hits in the victory. Dawson drove in three runs in the game.

Lake George 10,

North Warren 2

CHESTERTOWN - Warrior Senior Molly Blackmon hit a double and a single and Senior teammate Rachel Pliscofsky added two singles during Lake George's May 12 defeat of North Warren.

Pliscofsky put North Warren's defense to the test by stealing five bases in the matchup.

Cougar Kelsey Hamblin hit a double and two singles off the pitching of Senior Warrior Chelsea Scott. Rachael Kenney served on the mound for North Warren.

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