Meadow Wittman had the hot hand on Saturday, tallying four hits and leading the Springville-Griffith Institute softball team to a 16-4 win over Pioneer at home.
Wittman singled in the second, third and fifth and doubled in the sixth, going 4-for-5.
An early lead helped propel the Griffins, as they scored on singles by Lilia Dinseand by Meghan Rehrauer in the first inning, an error, a single by Kaitlyn Wolf and a passed ball in the second inning.
SGI tacked on five runs in the sixth inning with RBIs from Wittman, Rehrauer and Olivia Fisher.
In the pitcher’s circle, Wolf went seven innings, allowing four runs on eight hits, striking out two and walking none.
The Griffins had 17 total hits, including multiple hits from Wittman, Dinse, Katelyn Mesch, Autumn Woodriff, Rehrauer and Wolf.
Springville 2, Tonawanda 1
Both teams were strong on the rubber Wednesday, Kaitlyn Wolf allowed just one hit to Tonawanda as Springville won a pitcher’s duel at home.
Wolf threw all seven innings, allowing one hit and one run while striking out eight and walking none. She also hit an RBI double in the first inning.
Olivia Fisher, Wolf and Emily Ehlers each collected one hit to lead the Griffins.
For Tonawanda, Hannah Reid went six innings, allowing two runs on three hits and striking out eight. Allysa Prytula had the Warriors’ lone hit.