By JOHN ANDERSON, photos by STEVE HARRISON
The Hornell Red Raiders softball team could not overcome some errors after solid hitting from Wayland-Cohocton on Thursday.
Way-Co improved to 3-0 with an 11-3 win over Hornell (1-1).
Kadience Gollnitz and Jordan Dyring each had two hits for Hornell.
“It was a tough loss tonight. We beat ourselves with errors and let those errors dictate our success,” Hornell coach Jenn Bowie said. “These girls have so much talent and we are very young and still getting our bearings. I expect big things from these girls because I get to see their talent each and every day. Once they master their failure recovery process the rest of the world will get to see their talent too.”
Bowie said there were some good defensive performances.
“The defensive standouts tonight were our 8th graders, Lyla Dyring and Raegan Evingham,” Bowie said. “The two youngest on the team fielded their positions extremely well. Parker Graham’s double tied the game up and put us back in it. Kadience Gollnitz connected solid every at bat.”
Bath 7, Livonia 0
Kalli Witherell tossed a 3-hitter with 18 strikeouts to lead Bath to victory.
Caydence Spears and Madison Coots had doubles and Katie Hills and Brianna Olin added RBI’s.
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