WPIAL Baseball/Softball First Round Recaps From Tuesday, May 16th

Summaries From Opening Round Baseball and Softball Games on MSA
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The First Round concluded in district softball while the opening pitch to the postseason was tossed on Day One of the high school baseball playoffs on Tuesday. It was another very busy day of diamond action here on The Network and here are the summaries from those eleven baseball and five softball WPIAL playoff games.

A special thanks to Lee Mohn, Randy Gore, Bob Gregg, Rob McKinney, Steve Nagler, Sam Hall, Ed Troup, Greg Kuntz, Donny Chedrick, Sean Meyers, Jason Tennant, Lou Rood, Mark Schaas, James Dotson and Justin McCauley for their help on these recaps.

BASEBALL:

WPIAL CLASS 6-A First Round:

Plum Mustangs 7 - Peters Township Indians 0  
On Tuesday, Plum defeated Peters Township for the second year in a row in WPIAL Baseball Playoffs. The final score was 7-0 in favor of the Mustangs. Plum starting pitcher, and Kent State recruit, Ryan Kircher threw six innings allowing just one hit, two walks and struckout seven batters. Peters Township third baseman Blake Smith recorded the lone hit for the Indians. Offensively for Plum, Markus Cestra went 1-4 and tallied 3 RBI's. Mustangs right fielder Will Rumcick saw success hitting the ball as well, as he went 2-3 and scored once. With the 7-0 victory, Plum advances to the Quarterfinals to do battle against the number one seed in WPIAL Class 6A, Pine Richland Rams.

Bethel Park Black Hawks 6 - Shaler Titans 4  
The #4/#13 matchup in the 6A bracket featured 2 12-8 teams, the Bethel Park Blackhawks and the Shaler Titans.  The Titans played small-ball to get on the board first in the top of the first.  Anthony Venezia led off with a base hit. He moved to 2nd on a sacrifice bunt by Anthony Friel. A groundout by Nick Cavacini moved Venezia to 3rd, and he scored on a Justin Meis wild pitch. The Blackhawks tied the game at 1 during the bottom of 2 when Jonathan Lucchitti hit a 1-out double and scored on an RBI-single by Kevin Kogler. Meanwhile, Meis, after giving up that first run, went into cruise control in innings 1 through 4 as he retired 12 straight Shaler batters. Meis' teammates gave him some run support, putting up a 3-spot in the bottom of the 4th.  Shaler starter Christian Seelhorst gave up 2 walks to lead off the inning.  Then, Adam Malecki scored on Kogler's second RBI-single of the game to take a 2-1 lead.  Lucchitti scored on Cole Rogers' sacrifice fly.  Singles by Dereck Pritchard and Ben Barnot, one scoring Kogler, made it 4-1 BP and knocked Seelhorst out of the game after just 3 2/3 innings.  He was relieved by Patrick Gumto. Gumto led off the 5th with a single and stole 2nd.  Tyler Smith drove him in on a single to left, but Smith got greedy on the basepaths and was thrown out in a rundown between 1st and 2nd.  The Titans narrowed the gap to 4-2. Shaler got another run in 6th when Venezia hit a 1-out single.  He scored all the way from 1st on a throwing error by Pritchard trying to throw Cavacini out on a groundball and a bobbled ball by Kogler. BP regained a 3-run lead in the bottom of 6 as Pritchard singled and Barnot doubled.  Colin Loughman drove them both in with an RBI-single for the 6-3 lead. Shaler did threaten to tie the game in the 7th.  Gumto singled to lead off, Tyler Smith reached on a fielder's choice.  He moved up on an error by Kogler and scored on Kevin MiChael's base hit.  The Titans loaded the bases on a single and a walk with 2 outs, but Meis got Gruel to ground out to 2nd to end the game. The Blackhawks move on to the 6A Quarters to take on the My Lebanon Blue Devils, who ousted the Hempfield Spartans, 5-0, in Round 1.  BP's record is now 13-8.  Dealer's season is over at 12-9.

Mount Lebanon Blue Devils 5 - Hempfield Spartans 0  
Mount Lebanon pitcher Mark Linkowski made history on Tuesday, throwing a no-hitter to guide his Blue Devils to a 5-0 upset win against Hempfield Area in the Class 6A first round battle at Fox Chapel Area High School. Linkowski, a junior who had never thrown a no-hitter in his entire career, surrendered just three walks, while striking out two. Conversely, the 12th-seeded Blue Devils mustered only six hits, although they proved aggressive on the basepaths and capitalized on an array of Hempfield miscues. Mount Lebanon scored in the top of the first, as Ethan Cuccarese hit a one-out double, stole third and scored on the subsequent throwing error. Mount Lebanon tacked on another run in the third stanza, when Matt Dalesandro drew a one-out walk, stole second and advanced to third on a throwing error by Hempfield pitcher Justin Wright. Cuccarese then precisely laid down a bunt that scored Dalesandro on a squeeze. While Linkowski kept the No. 5 Spartans in check, the Blue Devils added more insurance in the fifth frame, plating three runs. Nate Bayer started the rally with a double and an ensuing steal. Dalesandro plated him with a single, and an error later in the frame allowed Dalesandro to score, too. With the bases loaded, designated hitter Andrew Smith drew a free pass, producing the fifth and final run for the Blue Devils. Linkowski completed the unblemished performance by retiring the final six batters he faced. As a result, the Blue Devils advance to the quarterfinals, to be played on May 22 at a time and location to be determined.

Penn-Trafford Warriors 7 - Butler Golden Tornado 6  
The Warriors picked up their first post season win since 2010 with a comeback effort at North Allegheny. Penn Trafford had three seperate one run leads thru the top of the fifth inning but left six runners on base over the same period. Butler took the lead in the bottom of the fifth with a Sam Gross rbi single and a bases clearing hit by Adam Hohn. Penn Trafford answered the four run inning with three of their own to tie the game at six. The Warriors used four walks, a rbi ground ball by Robbie Buck and a throwing error, Butler pitchers walked eight in the game. In the seventh, with a runner on first, winning pitcher Tyler Horvatt scored a single to left where Alec Bayer misplayed the ball allowing to go ahead run to score. Reliever Christian Pfrogner shut the door to earn the save. Buck and Ben Mongelluzzo had two hits each for the winners, now 11-9 overall. Sam Gross was the star for the Golden Tornado, going 4 for 4 with two runs driven in. Conner Ollio took the loss for Butler, who finishes 14-7.

North Allegheny Tigers 15 - Connellsville Falcons 0  
The Connellsville Falcons were making their first playoff appearance in 11 years and the North Allegheny Tigers made sure their stay was a brief one. The Tigers belted out 14 hits and scored 12 runs in a third inning avalanche for a 15-0 run-rule victory over the Falcons. Senior pitcher Bobby Brown pitched three innings of hitless baseball to earn the win and improve to 4-0 on the year. Connellsville starter Jacob Ansell suffered the loss and falls to 1-4. North Allegheny scored three runs in the second inning and brought the game to quick halt with a 12-run outburst in the third inning to invoke the 15-run rule. Ten consecutive batters reached base to start the third inning and 16 men came to the plate before Luke Trueman ended the contest with an infield RBI single that scored Jack Lehew for the game’s 15th run. The Tigers received two RBI performances from Justin Hamm and Ben Surman. Contributing to the rout were Trueman, Brown, Lehew, Alex Mesaros and Andrew Turzai who all drove in a run. Junior Colin Cain was 2 for 3 with two runs scored. North Allegheny improves to 15-8 overall on the season and advances to the WPIAL quarterfinals where it’ll face defending WPIAL champion Norwin on Monday. Connellsville’s season ends with a record of 10-11.

WPIAL CLASS 4-A First Round:

Deer Lakes Lancers 3 - McGuffey Highlanders 1
The Lancers took advantage of 4 McGuffey errors in the game to advance to the quarterfinals. RBI singles by Jake McCaskey and Jake Kelly staked starting pitcher Zach Lubick to a 2-0 lead after one. The senior pitcher tossed six innings for the win, fanning nine. Shawn Logan scored the third run on the front end on an unsuccessful double steal as he scored before McCaskey was tagged out between first and second. Jordan Reeves scored the lone McGuffey run on a sacrific fly in the sixth. McCaskey pitched the seventh and got a game ending 6-4-3 double play for the save. The Lancers are now 14-5. Lane Wilkerson was the loser, he allowed just four hits. The Highlanders finish 7-14 and were making their first playoff trip since 2004.

Quaker Valley Quakers 3 - Belle Vernon Leopards 2  
The opportunistic Quaker Valley baseball team took advantage of their opportunities and turned it into a 3-2 upset victory over 5-seed Belle Vernon in the first round of the WPIAL Class 4A playoffs. The 12-seeded Quakers struck early, taking the lead on an unearned run in the first inning after Owen Groves, who was hit by a pitch, scored when Joey Hess reached on a two-out error. The lead doubled when Nic Saladino and Yender Almonzar singled in the second. After a balk advanced both runners into scoring position, Collin Jackovic lifted an 0-2 breaking ball into right field, and the sacrifice fly scored Saladino from third. More errors plagued the Leopards in the sixth, as Hess reached again on an error. An errant pickoff attempt moved him from second to third, and on the very next pitch, Noah Shultz ripped a single to right to make the score 3-0 Quakers. Belle Vernon would rally in the bottom of the sixth when, after a Josh Hoffman single and Jake Callaway hit-batsman, Hoffman would steal third and then score on a wild pitch. Evan Johnson's RBI groundout made the score 3-2, but relief pitcher Ethan Moore ended the threat, retiring all five batters he faced in relief of starter Jack Hendricks. Both teams played phenomenal defense, with web gems galore for both the Quakers and Leopards. Hendricks picked up the win for Quaker Valley (10-7), giving up two runs and scattering four hits over 5 1/3 innings of work. Moore picked up the save. Devan Judy was the tough-luck loser, throwing seven innings of four-hit ball and giving up three runs, one earned. The loss ends the season and a twelve-game winning streak for Belle Vernon (14-4). Quaker Valley will look to continue their hot streak into the quarterfinals, where they will face four-seed Deer Lakes on Monday, May 22nd, at a sight and time to be determined.

Hopewell Vikings 10 - Derry Trojans 0  
Hopewell's Joey Rock pitched a two hitter shutting down Derry's offense and Hopewell scored ten runs to win 10-0 in a shortened five inning game.  The Vikings scored in every inning but the fourth.Sean Curry hit an RBI single in the first.  RBI's from Tyler Sabo and Mitch Heranic made it 5-0 and Heranic and Sabo struck again in the third then Heranic finished the game off in the fifth.  Mitch Heranic finished with three hits and four RBI"S while Tyler Sabo had two hits and two RBI's.  The Vikings will now face the Knoch Knights on Monday in the quarterfinals.

New Castle Red Hurricane 3 - Greensburg-Salem Golden Lions 1
For the first time since 1964, the New Castle Red Hurricane has won a playoff game after defeating Greensburg Salem 3-1 Tuesday afternoon. A lot of the win can go to senior pitcher Matt Gibson, who led New Castle with his arm, his bat and his heart. Gibson tossed a complete game allowing just one unearned run, striking out four and walking none. He had a double and an RBI single to put his team up 3-1. He also took a line drive off the foot in the middle innings, only to stay in and complete the victory. Greensburg Salem starter Alec Shaw struck out five and walked one in six innings of work. The 6th-seeded Red Hurricane will play South Park on Monday. 

WPIAL CLASS 2-A First Round:

Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic Trojans 3 - Chartiers-Houston Buccaneers 0  
Joe Alampi tossed a complete game, three-hit shutout and Tyler Elwood drove in three runs as Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic downed Chartiers-Houston, 3-0.  Alampi walked one, struck out three, did not allow a CHHS runner past second base, and faced one batter over the minimum over the final four innings.  Jack Cassidy singled to open the CWNC second inning, stole second and moved to third on an errant throw.  Alampi then walked and stole second.  After a pop out, Elwood hit a high-hopping grounder over the drawn-in infield, scoring both runners.  The Trojans added a final run in the sixth when Elwood's bases-loaded single scored Cassidy.  Elwood, Cassidy and Danny Lynch each had two singles for Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic (12-9).  The Trojans, who will take on #1 Serra Catholic in Monday's quarterfinals, stole seven bases in the game.  Nate Saar had a double for North Catholic.   Starter Jordan Davis took the loss for Chartiers-Houston (12-6), charged with all three runs on just five hits.  The Bucs committed three errors though none figured in the scoring.   Matt Whitfield singled twice for CHHS.

Freedom Bulldogs 5 - Bentworth Bearcats 4
Nick Henderson's walk-off single capped off a three run bottom of the seventh inning as the 5-seed Bulldogs came from behind to defeat the 12-seed Bearcats in the first round of the WPIAL Class 2A playoffs. Trailing 1-0 in the top of the fourth, Bentworth batted around the lineup, scoring four runs on four hits to take a 4-1 lead. The rally, highlighted by a Derek Richards 2-RBI double and a Justin Kisner bases-loaded walk, chased Freedom's starting pitcher Henderson from the game. A Zach Greene RBI double in the sixth cut the Bearcat lead to 4-2. The bottom of the order delivered in the bottom of the seventh, as Jordan Herzog registered a lead-off single, followed by free passes to Joshua Beck and Zach Rosa. Leadoff hitter Jason Norman tied the game on a 2-RBI double to left. Bentworth chose to intentionally walk Noah Henderson (3-4 in the game with a double and an RBI) to load the bases and to pitch to big brother Nick. He proceeded to drill an 0-2 offering between short and third for the game-winning hit. Zach Greene got the win for Freedom (14-4) in relief, retiring 10 of the 11 batters he faced while striking out three. Josh Hughes took the loss, giving up four runs in 1 1/3 innings of relief of starter Riley Nickeson. Bentworth (8-13) pitchers combined for nine walks and two hits-batsmen in the contest. Freedom left 15 runners on base, including leaving the bases loaded in the first, third, and fourth innings. The Bulldogs will take on 4-seed Brentwood on Monday, May 22nd. 

Neshannock Lancers 7 - Carlynton Cougars 6
The Neshannock Lancers won in walk off fashion against the Carlynton Cougars Tuesday afternoon at Seneca Valley. The Lancers jumped out to an early lead in the first with a 3-run inning, much thanks to Junior Nick Perry who hit a 2-run RBI double. Carlynton finally broke through in the bottom of the third with a run, but it wasn’t until the top of the third where they plated three that they took the lead 6-5. Down to their final at-bat and their playoff hopes in the balance, the Lancers hitters showed great poise and patience with two walks to help load the bases in the bottom of the seventh. A sacrifice fly out to right field tied the game up, but an errant throw to third base that could not be handle allowed the advancing runner, Josh Gray, to run home and win the game for the Lancers. The Lancers will move on to advance California on May 22nd.

Bishop Canevin Crusaders 5 - Carmichaels Mighty Mikes 4
The Bishop Canevin Crusaders advanced to the quarterfinals with a 5-4 win over Carmichaels, whose heartbreaking loss came knowing the game-tying run should have scored in the sixth inning.  The scoring was started by Bishop Canevin in the first inning when Kellen Gustine scored on an RBI single from Rocky Rauterkus. Carmichaels quickly evened the score in the bottom of the first with a single by Joel Spishock that drove in Dylan Wilson. The Crusaders regained the lead for good in the second inning when the bottom three hitters in the order all reached base. Josh Gmys, who led off the inning with a double, scored on a throwing error on a play at first base.  Tyler Lampus later drove in Brian DeShon with a single and the Crusaders led 3-1. Carmichaels cut it to 3-2 in the bottom of the second with an unearned run when a Wilson single scored Chad Ruse, who had reached on an error. Back-to-back hits for Bishop Canevin to lead off the fourth generated another run as Lampus doubled in Matt Colantonio, and they'd score again in the fifth as Michael Aches scored on a single by Gmys. Carmichaels cut the lead to 5-3 in the fifth when Spishock scored on a ground ball hit by Cody Brown. Down 5-3 with a runner at first and two outs in the bottom of the sixth, the Mighty Mikes would rally. Matt Barrish drew a walk and both he and Ruse, who had led off the inning with a single, moved into scoring position on a wild pitch. Spishock had a chance to tie the game with a base hit, but drew a full count walk to load the bases for Nathan Broadwater. The Mikes got the hit they needed when Broadwater lined a shot into left field. The hit easily should've scored two to tie the game, but Barrish lost his footing as he rounded third base. He fell down and had to retreat back to third instead of scoring the tying run. A force play at second ended the inning one batter later. The 5-4 score held up after a scoreless seventh and the Crusaders were able to advance with the hard-fought win. Lampus picked up the win for Bishop Canevin, striking out 6, while Barrish took the loss. Next up for the Crusaders is a quarterfinal matchup against Our Lady of the Sacred Heart on Monday. 


SOFTBALL:

WPIAL CLASS 5-A First Round:

Albert Gallatin Colonials 5 - Chartiers Valley Colts 3  
Albert Gallatin defeated Chartiers Valley 5-3 at Baldwin on Tuesday in WPIAL 5A 1st Round playoff action.  The #7 seeded Albert Gallatin Colonials were last in the WPIAL Playoffs in 1996, but didn’t act or play like a team that hadn’t been to the dance in twenty one seasons as they built up a 5-0 lead on #10 seed Chartiers Valley and held on for the victory as the Colts rallied for 3 runs in the top of the 7th inning.  AG struck in the 1st inning when leadoff hitter Hannah Turtzer was hit by a pitch, awarded 2nd base on an illegal pitch call on CV’s Teresa Mackey, moved to 3rd on Maddie Flower’s sacrifice bunt, throw and scored on a second illegal pitch call on Mackey in the inning. The Colonials added another run in the 2nd when Katie Kelley led off with a single, advanced to 3rd on a single by Lindsey Robinson and an error on the third baseman on Hannah Umble’s sacrifice bunt. Kelley scampered home on Kassie Miller’s sacrifice fly to center and AG was up 2-0. Flower singled to lead off the 3rd, moved to 2nd on a wild pitch and scored on Allyn Bezjak’s RBI single to put the Colonials up 3-0. AG added a pair in the 5th when Anna Paoli singled, stole 2B, and moved to 3rd on Kelley’s second single of the game. Paoli and Kelley then executed a double steal with Kelley getting into 2nd, and Paoli flying home with the 4th AG run of the game. Following a walk to Robinson, Kelley scored the 5th AG run on Umble’s RBI single. Meanwhile Freshman Maddy Hershberger was tossing a no-hitter through 4 innings at Chartiers Valley. As is the norm for AG, Coach Gary Serock switched Hershberger for Sopomore Flower in the 5th inning with no real change in result for the Colt offense other than Flower finally giving up the first hit of the game to CV’s Amanda Gross with one out in the 6th.  Flower then pitched her way out of the inning and AG headed into the top of the 7th with a 5-0 lead.  The Colts did not go quietly into the night as Shannon O’Connell led off the inning with a walk, moved to 2nd on Sam Hartnett’s slow roller to second and to 3rd on Emily O’Connor’s single. O’Connell scored on an error on the third baseman on Reily Duda’s ground ball. O’Connor and Duda moved up to 2nd and 3rd on the error and scored on Sami Collura’s single to cut the lead to 5-3 with only one out. Flower got Gross to pop out to the catcher Kelley, but then gave up a 2 out single to Annie Katonka to put the tying run on base and bring the winning run to the plate. However Flower was able to get Lauren Jennings to fly out to right on a 1-1 pitch. The valiant comeback attempt by the Colts ended when Hershberger squeezed her glove on the fly ball ending the game. Chartiers Valley ends its season at 9-8 and Albert Gallatin improved to 17-3. Maddy Hershberger picked up the win and Maddie Flower the save for the Colonials. AG moves into the quarterfinals to take on #2 seed Penn Trafford who had a bye.

WPIAL CLASS 2-A First Round:

South Side Beaver Rams 4 - Burgettstown Blue Devils 3 
The South Side Beaver Rams got a stellar pitching performance from senior McKenna Smith and held on to defeat Burgettstown, 4-3, in the first round of the WPIAL 2A Softball Playoffs. Smith took a 4-0 lead and a no-hitter into the 7th inning and struck out fifteen Blue Devil hitters en route to the victory. Smith was one out away from the no-no but committed an error on a comebacker, throwing the ball past 1B Mackenzie Freeman. The next hitter, Darian Transue, singled into right field for Burgettstown's first hit. Smith then had to leave the game due to a split nail and Hannah Abbott doubled off of reliever Regan Hozak to score both Jordan Baronick and Transue to cut the South Side lead to 4-2. Lexi Stratus followed with a single off Hozak to make the score 4-3 but the game ended as Stratus was cut down at 2B trying to get into scouting position. South Side Beaver took a 2-0 lead in the 2nd inning after Hunter Hand led off with a triple and came home on a single by Smith. Smith would advance to 3B on a single by Rachael Pieto and would come home to score on a passed ball. The Rams would add to their lead by scoring a single run in the 3rd inning as Hand plated Hozak on a sacrifice fly. Hand finished the game 2-2 with two runs scored and that RBI. South Side Beaver would get a much-needed insurance run in the 6th inning when Smith singled home Hand for her 2nd RBI of the game. With the win, South Side Beaver (15-2) will take on 9th seeded Serra Catholic on Thursday afternoon.

Chartiers-Houston Buccaneers 8 - Brentwood Spartans 2  
Chartiers-Houston defeated Brentwood 8-2 in a first round WPIAL 2A Playoff game at Baldwin Tuesday. The #4 seed, Buccaneers scored one in the 2nd, three in the 3rd and four in the 6th to cruise into the quarter-finals by allowing Brentwood just single runs in the 3rd and 7th innings.  Sophomore 2B Lauren Lober had 2 hits, a walk, scored 3 runs and added 2 RBI for the Bucs. Senior Macie Kesneck singled, reached twice on fielder’s choices and scored a pair of runs, as did Sophomore Jaylese Lombardi who also doubled in the game.  Junior Jessica Ford singled, scored a run and added an RBI, and Freshman SS Kaci Alderson singled, doubled and scored a run as the Bucs 8 runs came on 10 hits and 3 Brentwood errors.  Junior Kaitlyn Dittrich started the game on the mound for Chartiers-Houston and Freshman Karlyn Bayer finished the game for the Bucs. Together they limited Brentwood 2 runs on 7 hits.  Abby Wolf was the lone Brentwood player to get 2 hits and Stephanie Thomas had the only extra base hit for the Spartans, a double. Brittany Stewart went the distance on the mound for the Spartans and was charged with the loss. Brentwood finishes the season with a 6-8 mark.  Dittrich picked up the win for the Buccaneers who improved their record to 15-3 overall. The win moves Chartiers-Houston into the WPIAL Quarter-finals where they will take on #5 seed Mohawk at a place and time to be determined.

Laurel Spartans 7 - Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers 4 
The tenth seeded Laurel Spartans (11-4) scored four runs in the fifth inning and another three runs in the sixth inning to comeback and defeat the seventh seeded Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers, 7-4 Tuesday night in a Class 2A First Round Girls Softball playoff game from West Allegheny High School. OLSH took an early 2-0 lead in the second inning after Shay Johnson hit a 2 RBI single scoring Charleigh Bates and Kaitlyn Felsing. After that, starting Spartans pitcher Madison Boyd got into the zone, the strike zone with striking out the next seven of nine batters. That opened the door for the Laurel to comeback in the fifth inning. With two outs, Alyssa Miller walked, Olivia Lombardo reached on an infield hit and Brooke Atkins added an RBI single. With Laurel on the board and still trailing 2-1, MacKenzie Latess delivered a three-run home-run to give Laurel a 4-2 lead. The Spartans added three more runs in the sixth inning as Bregan Fedrizzi hit an RBI single and Atkins hit a two RBI double. Boyd finished the game with a complete game victory giving up four runs on six hits, walking one and striking out 14. Atkins led the way for Laurel at the plate going 4 for 4 with three singles, a double, run scored and three RBI's. Laurel moves onto the WPIAL Class 2A Quarterfinal Round to face the number two seeded Frazier Commodores. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart ends its season at 11-5.

Seton-LaSalle Rebels 4 - Bentworth Bearcats 2  
The #3 seed Seton LaSalle Rebels complete game with seven strikeouts from junior pitcher Jada Simon and defeated the Bentworth Bearcats 4-2 at Baldwin high school Tuesday afternoon. Simon scattered eight hits to get the win. Seton scored a pair in the first including a Skylar Moore RBI single. The score remained 2-0 until the bottom of the 5th when Seton shortstop Lexi Wagner launched a two-run moon shot over the fence in left-center field her seventh homer of the year made it 4-0 Rebels. The Bearcats threatened in the sixth Autumn Zgorlinski and RBI groundout and losing pitcher Leah Lindley had an RBI single as well but they could get no closer. Seton improves to 11-4 and moves into the quarterfinals. Bentworth's season ends at 10-11.

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