BUFFALO — Four hits from Meghan Rehrauer paved the way to victory for Springville-Griffith Institute Griffins varsity softball team over JFK, 33-6, on Monday.
Rehrauer singled in the first, doubled in the fourth, singled in the fifth, and singled in the sixth.
An early lead helped propel the Griffins. SGI scored on a walk by Kaitlyn Wolf, a walk by Meadow Wittman, a walk by Olivia Fisher, a passed ball during Katelyn Mesch’s at bat, a passed ball during Ella Wittman’s at bat, an error, a single by Rehrauer, an passed ball during Lilia Dinse’s at bat, a double by Mesch, a single by Bella Oakley and a groundout by Wolf in the first inning.
JFK scored three runs in the fifth inning.
Wolf led things off in the pitcher’s circle for SGI. She lasted two innings, allowing one hit and two runs while striking out two and walking none.
SGI totaled 21 hits in the game. Rehrauer, Mesch, Mikaila Place, Emily Ehlers, Wittman, Marin Lehr and Oakley each had multiple hits. Rehrauer went 4-for-6. Lehr had a team-high three stolen bases.
Gowanda 13, Springville 10
GOWANDA — Springville collected 13 hits in a high-scoring affair on Thursday, but Gowanda had 15 hits on the way to victory Thursday, April 4.
Gowanda scored on a singles by Gao:wisa:s Stevens and Paige Gabel and a triple by Hailey Fort in the first inning. Zoey Kota tripled in the second inning.
Springville notched four runs in the seventh inning as Ella Wittman, Marin Lehr and Kaitlyn Wolf all contributed with RBIs.
Wolf toed the rubber for Springville, allowing striking out eight and with no walks. Wolf (4-for-5), Meadow Wittman, Katelyn Mesch, Lehr, and Bella Oakley had multiple hits.
For Gowanda, Kota, Olivia Pawlak, Maddie Clark and Stevens each racked up multiple hits.
Springville 25, Mount Mercy 2
SPRINGVILLE — Kaitlyn Wolf drove in five runs on three hits to lead Springville past Mount Mercy Academy on Wednesday, April 3. Wolf drove in runs on a triple in the first, a walk in the first, a single in the third and a single in the fourth.
As a pitcher, Wolf allowed just two runs on three hits over five innings, striking out eight with no walks as SGI played error-free defense.
SGI had 13 hits on the day. Meadow Wittman, Wolf, Olivia Fisher and Lilia Dinse each had multiple hits. Wolf and Wittman each collected three hits. Ella Wittman had two stolen bases.