Wellsboro blanks Coudersport; CV falls to Oswayo Valley.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | April 7, 2013


Wellsboro's pitchers only allowed three hits as the Green Hornets won their opener 10-0 over Coudersport on Saturday.

At the plate Wellsboro chipped away throughout the game with a big 4-run inning in the fourth breaking it open.

Brandon Owlett went 3-for-3 with two triples and 4-RBI to lead Wellsboro while Matt Reese (2-for-3), Ben Shaw (2-for-5) and Dylan Prough (2-for-4) were also strong at the plate. Reese and Shaw each had a double while Dawson Prough, Shaw and Prough had an RBI each.

Luke Rudy, Connor Coolidge, Cody DeHaas and Joe Allen had one hit each.

Prough was the starting pitcher, going 2 1/3-innings with two strikeouts, three walks and two hits. Owlett went the next 2 2/3-innings with five strikeouts, two walks and a hit to record the win, with Coolidge going the final two innings, striking out four with three walks.

The Hornets will host Mansfield on Monday with a 4:30 p.m. start.

Oswayo Valley 11, Cowanesque Valley 2

The Indians came up short in their season opener at home on Saturday.

Brandon Whitesell and Luke Plummer had two hits each for CV with Whitesell's one hit a triple. He also had an RBI while Plummer scored a run.

Nate Bonham had a hit while Ryan Freeman scored a run and knocked one in.

Plummer, Whitesell and Tyler Melko combined for seven strikeouts in the loss.

CV is at Williamson Monday.


Wyalusing 3, Montrose 0

Emily Faulkner struck out 14 as the Rams picked up a non-league win Saturday.

Faulkner got the win, going all seven innings and allowing just one walk and five hits. She also had a 2-run single in the second inning and scored a run.

Ally DeVoir and Ciera Holland both went 2-for-3 for Wyalusing with Holland's one hit a double. Holland also had an RBI with a run scored.

Kasey DeVoir and Paighton Martin had a hit each while Arielle Kneller scored a run.

The Rams host Athens Monday.

Muncy 15, Sullivan County 0, 5 innings

A nine run first inning helped the Indians pull away from Sullivan Saturday.

Addie Jordan had the lone Griffin hit, a double, along with three put outs at shortstop.

They also got good defensive play from Shelby Zeller, who pulled out a double play during the game, and Noelle Henninger, who had a long catch the fence.

Alyssa Blasi scored the loss, striking out one while allowing 10 walks, nine hits and seven earned runs.

Sullivan hosts Liberty next Tuesday.