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Daily Courier roundup: Frazier baseball gets 1st win of season

| Tuesday, May 5, 2015, 9:21 p.m.

Dylan Celaschi had two hits, including an RBI single, as the Frazier baseball team picked up its first victory of the season, a 2-1 nonsection win over visiting Jefferson-Morgan on Tuesday.

Todd Pellick struck out three and was the winning pitcher. Cody Morris pitched a scoreless seventh to earn the save for the Commodores (1-16).

Dylan Davis had two singles for the Rockets (6-11). Zach Shaffer was the losing pitcher.

Geibel 16, Mapletown 7 Kyle Toth had four hits, including three doubles, and was the winning pitcher with seven strikeouts as the Gators (2-13) defeated visiting Mapletown in a nonsection game. Jarek Allen singled twice and tripled and Noah Geary and Vinny DelSignore each doubled and singled. Brent Plisko, Nick Speeney and Steve Conko each had a pair of singles.

Ben Boone tripled and singled for the Maples (0-13). Patrick Clites had two singles and was the losing pitcher.

Softball

Yough 9,Southmoreland2 Rachel Mlinek singled twice and doubled as the Yough softball team defeated visiting Southmoreland in a Section 4-AAA game. Macy Mularski doubled and was the winning pitcher with 12 strikeouts for the Cougars (14-3, 12-0).

Katie Troisi-Clark hit a home run for the Scotties (10-3, 9-3). Kristen Suhan was the losing pitcher.

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