CHATHAM — Addi Perry’s first career out-of-the-park home run sparked a six-run sixth-inning uprising as Chatham rallied to defeat Greenville, 8-6, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game.
Chatham trailed 4-1 after five when Perry stepped up and belted the first pitch she saw in the top of the sixth inning over the fence in center field to set off the Panthers rally.
Perry finished with a 3 for 4 day at the plate, with a home run, triple and single and two RBI. Olive Mountain added a double and single with an RBI, Meta Mountain singled and drove in two runs, Jordin Radley and Emily Mesick both singled and Anna Friedman drove in a run.
Brianna Shutter ripped a double and single with two RBI for Greenville. Olivia Hughes doubled and drove in two runs, Shea Landversicht had two singles and an RBI Maddy Prayto collected to singles and Abigayle Prayto, Ella Cotter and Cameryn child all had a single.
Winning pitcher Emily Mesick struck out six, walked two and allowed six runs (five earned) and 10 hits.
Maddy Prayto took the complete-game loss, striking out 12, walking one and allowing eight runs and eight hits.
Chatham improved to 5-0 in the Patroon and 7-1 overall.
HUDSON — Riley Sitcer went 4 for 4 with five RBI and Kasey went 3 for 3 with six RBI as Coxsackie-Athens rolled to a 28-0 victory over Germantown in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game at Columbia-Greene Community College.
Sitcer ripped two triples, a double and single, while Purdy collected a triple, double and single for the Riverhawks (5-0 Patroon). Leigha Wiley had a double and two singles with three RBI, Brooke Miller added three singles and three RBI, Molly Bartels had a double and four RBI, Abigail O’Dell singled and drove in four runs, Bella Bushane and Julia Grounds each had two singles and an RBI and Jasa Cruz had two singles.
Wiley was the winning pitcher, allowing just one hit with six strikeouts and two walks.
CRARYVILLE — Watervliet plated five runs in the top of the seventh inning to erase a three-run deficit and held on to edge Taconic Hills, 10-9, in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game.
Ella LaBossierre had three singles and five RBI for the Cannoneers. Alexis McCarthy added two singles.
Michaela Masten had two doubles and a single with three RBI for Taconic Hills. Aubrey Proper added a double and two singles with three RBI, Grace Alvarez had a double and single with an RBI, Skylar Waterhouse collected two singles and three RBI, Atwood contributed two singles, Alyssa Bleau and Elle Atwood each had two singles and Mikayla Silvernail singled and drove in a run.
Kaydence Snyder and McCarthy combined to strike out eight, walk three and allow nine runs and 15 hits.
Silvernail (10k,5bb,10r,9h) and Masten (2h) pitched for Taconic Hills.
CATSKILL — Briana Fitzgerald belted two runs and a double with eight RBI to power Rensselaer to a 23-4 victory over Catskill in Wednesday’s Patroon Conference softball game.
Joslyn Teal had a home run and single with three RBI for the Rams. Estelle Krause went 4 for 4 with two doubles and four RBI, Elizabeth Matthews had two doubles and a single with two RBI and Haley Hill contributed a double and single with two RBI.
Kaitlyn McGee doubled for Catskill. Ava Edmond had two singles, Madison Jones singled and drove in a run and Annika Passaretti and Mia Story both singled.
Teal and Makayla Slane combined for the win, striking out 13, walking four and allowing four runs and six hits.
Passaretti and Jones shared pitching duties for the Cats, striking out five, walking 15 and allowing 23 runs and 17 hits.
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