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Frazier softball standout Lash pitches perfect game

| Monday, April 16, 2012

Andrea Lash pitched a three-inning perfect game to lead the Frazier softball team to a 17-0 victory over host Fort Cherry in a Section 1-A contest Saturday. Lash struck out seven of the nine batters she faced. She was also key on offense, belting a three-run homer and finishing with two hits and four RBI. Kelsey Dillon, Paige Hotz and Brittany Strothers each doubled for the Commodores (3-4, 3-1).

Brandi McHugh took the loss for the Rangers (1-8, 1-3).

Hempfield 8, Connellsville 0 — Jena Bukovac doubled, but the Falcons (2-8, 0-5) were defeated by host Hempfield in Section 1-AAAA action Saturday. Meghan Uher took the loss for Connellsville.

Maddy Knizner and Callie Madden each doubled for the Spartans (6-3, 4-1). Hope Pehrson struck out six and picked up the victory.

College softball

Penn State Fayette vs. Penn State Schuylkill — On Saturday, the Roaring Lions (8-10, 4-2) swept a PSUAC doubleheader from visiting Penn State Schuylkill.

In the first game, Moriah Kromer tossed a four-hitter with nine strikeouts as Penn State Fayette earned a 3-0 victory. Stacey Riggar had three doubles, and Shelby Dziak doubled and singled. Paige McWilliams tripled and drove in a run. Stephanie Longo and Kromer each collected an RBI.

Bryanna Snowell took the loss for Penn State Schuylkill.

In the second game, Jessica Stairs threw a five-hitter with seven strikeouts as Penn State Fayette collected a 5-0 win. Dziak doubled and Kromer, Elizabeth D`Auria and Kaytee Cumberland each had an RBI.

Katie Fehr doubled for Penn State Schuylkill. Snowell took the loss.

College baseball

Penn State Fayette vs. Penn State York — The Roaring Lions earned a PSUAC doubleheader sweep over visiting Penn State-York on Saturday.

In the first game, Connor McKeel doubled and knocked in a pair of runs and A.J. Tworzydio also had an RBI as the Roaring Lions (9-15, 5-7) won, 3-0. Nolan Zavora was the winning pitcher.

Norbert Rodrigues took the loss for Penn State York.

In the second game, Alex Fogle ripped a game-winning RBI single that scored Colvin Adey with the winning run in the seventh inning as Penn State Fayette rallied for a 12-11 victory. Fogle and Braden Royer each had three RBI. Zavora knocked in two runs and was credited with his second win of the day. Zach Durbin homered, and Sam Beucher doubled to go along with an RBI.

Nat Puryear and losing pitcher Kyle Lingg each doubled and had an RBI for Penn State York. Trevor Neff, Ryan Leader and Rodrigues each had two RBI, and Tyler Page added a double.

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