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  • SCHOLASTIC SOFTBALL: Tasovac powers West Canada Valley to victory

  • MAY 1 SCHOLASTIC SOFTBALL ROUNDUP



    Carissa Tasovac powered the West Canada Valley Indians to a 16-0 win Wednesday over Frankfort-Schuyler with two home runs an deight runs batted in.



    (ALSO: Herkimer 14, Mohawk 4; Little Falls 15, Dolgevile 0; Poland 19, New York Mills 8; Cooperstown 12, Mt. Markham 1; and Sherburne-Earlville 11, Ilion 7.)

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  • WEST CANADA VALLEY 16, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 0
    Carissa Tasovac powered the West Canada Valley Indians to a 16-0 win Wednesday over Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights.
    Tasovac homered twice, tripled twice, scored four times and drove in eight runs for the Indians (6-4, 5-3 CSC-II). One of her home runs was a grand slam.
    Alexis Fauvelle added two hits and scored three runs for the Indians while Shania McEvoy had three hits and pitched a one-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts.
    West Canada Valley is home Friday for a game against Dolgeville. The Maroon Knights take on Mohawk Friday at home.
    WEST CANADA VALLEY INDIANS 16, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER MAROON KNIGHTS 0
    Frankfort-Schuyler    000 000 0  —  0   1  2
    West Canada Valley    306 115 X — 16 13  2
    W — Shania McEvoy. L — Katie Raab. 3B — West Canada Valley, Carissa Tasovac 2. HR — West Canada Valley Tasovac 2. Records — Frankfort-Schuyler 3-7, 2-6 CSC-II; West Canada Valley 6-4, 5-3 CSC-II.
    HERKIMER 14, MOHAWK 4
    HERKIMER, N.Y. — The Herkimer Magicians spotted Mohawk a four-run lead in the top of the first but came back with five runs in the bottom of the inning and shut the Mohicans out the rest of the way in a 14-4 win Wednesday.
    Mia Lopez led the game off with a double for Mohawk (6-6, 3-5 CSC-II) and the Mohicans took advantage of a walk and two errors in their first-inning rally.
    Pitcher Shannon Cool sparked the Herkimer comeback in the bottom of the first with a bases-loaded double that produced three of the five runs.
    First baseman McKenzie Pine recorded an unassisted double play with a diving stop on a line drive for Herkimer (11-1, 7-1 CSC-II) and the defense tightened up after the first inning; Bianca Aceto was credited with six putouts at second base.
    At the plate, Lindsey Parese singled, doubled, tripled and scored three times for the Magicians. Shellbi Morris added two hits, two runs batted in and two runs scored, Megan Ball had two hits and two runs batted in and Cool added two hits.
    Alicia Ceneviva  and Johna Cusworth each had two hits for Mohawk.
    The Magicians are home again Friday for a game against Little Falls, their Center State Conference Division II co-leader. Mohawk plays at Frankfort-Schuyler Friday.
    HERKIMER MAGICIANS 14, MOHAWK MOHICANS 4
    Mohawk    400 000 0  —  4   7  2
    Herkimer    513 140 X — 14 12  6
    Audrey Bunce and Meredith McMann. Shannon Cool and Lindsey Parese. W — Cool. L — Bunce. 2B — Mohawk, Mia Lopez; Herkimer, Parese, McKenzie Pine, Cool. 3B — Herkimer, Parese. Records — Mohawk 6-6, 3-5 CSC-II; Herkimer 11-1, 7-1 CSC-II.
    LITTLE FALLS 15, DOLGEVILLE 0
    LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. — The Little Falls Mounties jumped ahead in the first inning Wednesday and defeated Dolgeville 15-0 at Veterans Memorial Park.
    The Mounties (8-1, 7-1 CSC-II) scored four runs in the first inning, two more in the second and eight in the third on the way to their fifth consecutive victory.
    Page 2 of 3 - Kaitlyn Duesler was hit by a pitch leading off the first inning, Gen Scoff drew a walk and Kelli Shepardson drove both runners home with a single to open the scoring. Shepardson and Hannah Becker would later score in an inning that featured the first four of 11 Little Falls hits.
    Shepardson had three hits and three runs batted in for the Mounties and Hannah Rasch also drove in three runs. Schoff went 2-for-3 with two runs batted in. Becker had two hits and drove in a run.
    Little Falls plays on the road Friday against Herkimer, its Center State Conference Division II co-leader and the only team that has beaten the Mounties this season.
    Dolgeville’s next game is Friday at West Canada Valley.
    LITTLE FALLS MOUNTIES 15, DOLGEVILLE BLUE DEVILS 0
    Dolgeville    000 000 0  —  0   2  5
    Little Falls    428 001 X — 15 11  3
    W — Amy Hart. L — Cheyenne Sullivan. 2B — Little Falls, Hannah Rasch. Records — Dolgeville 1-9, 0-8 CSC-II; Little Falls 8-1, 7-1 CSC-II.
    POLAND 19, NEW YORK MILLS 8
    POLAND, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes had 22 hits and an early 9-0 lead Wednesday in a 19-8 win against New York Mills.
    Poland scored three runs in the first inning and six in the second. New York Mills cut the the lead to 9-6 but never got closer.
    Kara Morrison had a double and a triple among Poland’s hits and Abby Baker had a double.
    Carly Dziekan homered for New York Mills.
    POLAND TORNADOES 19, NEW YORK MILLS MARAUDERS 8
    New York Mills    003 302 0  —  8  12  5
    Poland    390 142 X — 19  22  3
    W — Brittany Green. L — Hannah King. 2B — New York Mills, Amanda Maciol; Poland, Kara Morrison, Abby Baker. 3B — Poland, Morrison. HR — New York Mills, Carly Dziekan. Records — New York Mills 8-4, 5-2 CSC-IV; Poland 6-4, 6-3 CSC-IV.
    COOPERSTOWN 12, MT. MARKHAM 1
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — Nicole Cring pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts and hit a home run for unbeaten Cooperstown in Wednesday’s 12-1 win over the Mt. Markham Mustangs.
    Cring was perfect before walking a batter in the fifth inning. Sarah Mondore led off the bottom of the seventh with a single for the lone Mt. Markham hit. Mondore later scored on a wild pitch.
    Cring had two hits and scored three times and Maggie Hall also homered for the Redskins.
    COOPERSTOWN REDSKINS 12, MT. MARKHAM MUSTANGS 1
    Cooperstown    201 020 7 — 12 10  1
    Mt. Markham    000 000 1  —  1   1  2
    W — Nicole Cring. L — Kaleigh Bryce. 2B — Cooperstown, Ellen Vibbard, Erin Hascup. HR — Cooperstown, Maggie Hall, Cring. Records — Cooperstown 10-0; Mt. Markham 3-7.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE 11, ILION 7
    ILION, N.Y. — The Sherburne-Earlville Marauders scored twice in  the top of the seventh inning Wednesday and held on to beat Ilion’s Golden Bombers 11-7.
    Page 3 of 3 - The Marauders held Ilion scoreless in the bottom of the seventh. The Golden Bombers (1-9, 1-7 CSC-I) had scored in each previous inning except the second.
    Ilion scored the game’s first run but Sherburne-Earlville came back to take the lead in the second inning and led 7-1 in the middle of the third.
    SHERBURNE-EARLVILLE MARAUDERS 11, ILION GOLDEN BOMBERS 7
    Sherburne-Earlville    025 011 2 — 11  11   3
    Ilion    102 211 0  —  7  10 10
    W — Irwin. L — Hale. 2B — Sherburne-Earlville, Paul; Ilion, Lindig. Records — Ilion 1-9, 1-7 CSC-I.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports

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