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OFA girls win in softball


Felicia Barr pitched a tidy five-inning three-hitter in her first varsity start on the mound as OFA downed Potsdam 25-0 in NAC Central Division softball action on Wednesday.

Barr stuck out six without issuing a walk and limited the Stoners (1-3) to singles by Kelsey Green and Jordan Emerson in the fourth inning and a single by Eric Mason in the fifth.

The 3-1 Devils staked the senior righthander to an 8-0 lead in the first inning and her sister, Brittany Barr, led the winning offebse with two homeruns and five runs scored.

Felicia and Stacy Barr each lined a triple and single and Shannon Tooley connected for a double and a single. Maddie Bresett stroked three singles and Paige Perry added a single.

“Felicia pitched very well. She has a very deceptive delivery and we continued to hit the ball very well,” said OFA Coac Meg Bartell.

“I really want to credit Potsdam. They only had eight girls today and they kept playing hard.”

Potsdam Coach Al Benda related that his 12-player roster will be back intact very soon.

“We have two players who were just cleared to return from injury today and we have another player who had another commitment today,” said Benda.


NORFOLK - Katie Ames struckout nine in a complete-game three-hitter as Norwood-Norfolk downed Madrid-Waddington 10-2 in NAC North action. For N-N, which scored four runs in the bottom of the second and never looked back, Josie Labarge (rbi), Carly Weaver, Alia Palmer (rbi) and Courtney Wagstaff all stroked two hits while Courtney Harvey finished with a hit and three rbi.

For M-W, Blair Cryderman (3K) took the loss, Emily Upstrom stroked two hits while Bridget Beldock lined a hit.

Malone 5, Canton 1: The Huskies improved to 3-0 on the NAC season as Annie Sharlow and reliever Alyssa McCauley combined to limit the Bears to just a pair of singles and strike out nine. The Huskies played error-free defense behind their hurlers. Beth Pearson struck out and walked nine in going the distance for Canton.

Katie Lamica led the Huskies with a 3-for-3 performance, including a triple while Fountain (double), Whitney Legacy and Emily Marshall added two hits each. Kaeli Mace and Chantel Rose had a single each for the Canton Golden Bears (1-4 overall, 1-2 league).

Brushton-Moira 18, Tupper Lake 2: Emily O’Connor fanned 12 and walked one in a five hitter. O’Connor also belted a three run homerun and Arielle Gary tagged a two-run dinger. Micaela McCarthy connected for three singles.Lizzie Zurek had a homerun for Tupper Lake.

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