LAFARGEVILLE Amber Klock pitched a complete game, striking out nine, to help power LaFargeville to a 9-5 victory over Alexandria in a Frontier League D Division softball game Monday.
Klock also drove in three runs on three hits, including a double. Jenna Sharp finished 3-for-4 with two runs batted in, and Julia Desormeau supplied two hits, including a double, and two RBIs for LaFargeville (4-3 overall, 3-2 division).
Alexandria catcher Amanda Lingenfelter set a school record for put-outs at the position. The senior registered 403 to break a 2006 record. She was tied for the mark, at 399, coming in to the game.
Lorraine Beard drove in two runs on three hits, and Hannah Lynch finished with a pair of singles for Alexandria (4-2).
COPENHAGEN 21, BELLEVILLE HENDERSON 0
Brooke Spaulding finished a single short of the cycle, drove in three runs and struck out 11 in a one-hit, complete-game shutout in the Golden Knights D Division win over the Panthers in Copenhagen.
Maci Spaulding supplied three RBIs for Copenhagen (8-0, 6-0).
IHC 17, WATERTOWN 0
Korine Clark struck out nine and allowed three hits, while Anna Jank drove in five runs on three singles as the Cavaliers beat the Cyclones (1-7, 1-6) in an A Division game at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds.
Anna Garrabrant doubled twice as part of a 4-for-4 performance for Immaculate Heart Central (7-0, 3-0). Clark and Elena Alteri recorded three hits apiece for IHC.
SOUTH JEFFERSON 8-15, CARTHAGE 2-1
Jackie Decker collected six hits, including a double and a triple, while Heather Williams and Janessa Vaadi each tossed a complete game to help the Spartans sweep the Comets in a crossover doubleheader at Adams Center.
Brianna LaFlesh doubled and drove in two runs in game one, and Vaadi went 3-for-5 with a double and two RBIs in the second game for South Jefferson (8-0).
Whitney Grover and Morgan Bush each tripled for Carthage (0-8). Bush went 3-for-3 in the second game.
SANDY CREEK 14, SOUTH LEWIS 6
Lindsey Redden doubled, singled and drove in three runs as the Comets captured a C Division victory over the Falcons in Turin.
Michaela Martin went 3-for-5, and struck out seven in a complete game win for Sandy Creek (7-0).
Jaedyn Ossont went 4-for-5 with a double, and Marissa Brown knocked in two runs with a double and a single for South Lewis (3-2).
LISBON 4-3, EDWARDS-KNOX 3-4
Alyshia Murray struck out 10 in the second game of a Northern Athletic Conference West Division doubleheader to lead Lisbon to a 4-3 win over Edwards-Knox, salvaging a split at Lisbon.
Katie Sovie singled twice for the Golden Knights (4-1 overall and division) in the second game, which lasted 10 innings.
Harley LaBarge was the winning pitcher in the opening game for the Cougars (3-2), who won 4-3.
HEUVELTON 11-20, MORRISTOWN 6-0
Alexis Weidner threw a five-inning, no-hitter to lead the Bulldogs past Morristown (2-4) in the second game of a West Division doubleheader in Heuvelton.
Hannah Thornhill produced two hits in each game for Heuvelton (9-0, 7-0). Paige McCormick tallied three hits in game two and Alexis Sawyer and Weidner each lined two hits.
HERMON-DEKALB 15-25, CLIFTON-FINE 0-7
Chelsea MacKay was the winning pitcher in game one, throwing a one-hitter and adding three hits, including a home run, to help the Demons sweep Clifton-Fine (0-4) in a West Division doubleheader in DeKalb Junction. MacKay added three more hits in game two.
Rebecca Matthews singled three times in game one for the Demons (3-3, 3-2). Kyana Fenlong, Courtney Davis, Delaney Kerr, Melinda Elwell and Aly Tarner each tallied two hits in game two.
HAMMOND 7-6, HARRISVILLE 4-3
Mikayla Horton struck out five in the opening game and produced two hits in game two to lead the Red Devils past Harrisville (0-8, 0-6) in a West Division game in Hammond.
Taylor Bowman was the winning pitcher in game two for Hammond (3-2).
NORWOOD-NORFOLK 4-7, COLTON-PIERREPONT 2-17
Morgan Doyle produced two hits in each game, including a home run in game two, to lead the Colts (6-1) past Norwood-Norfolk in an East Division game in South Colton.
Cortney Harvey picked up two hits for the Flyers (6-2, 5-2) in the opening game.
CHATEAUGAY 8-6, MADRID-WADDINGTON 5-17
Rachel Young was the winning pitcher and added a triple and single in the opening game as Chateaugay (2-4, 2-3) earned a split in an East Division game in Madrid.