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Delaware League Baseball and Softball Underway

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 4/12/24 | 4/12/24

DELAWARE LEAGUE – Weather and spring vacation have given a slow start to spring sports, but they are underway this week.

In baseball action this week, South Kortright defeated Jefferson/Stamford 10-0 in baseball. Jacob Staroba struck out 10 J/S players to earn the pitching win. Offensively, Darren Dengler and Jackson Hudson each doubled in the action and JB Trimbell connected on a home run.

On March 28, J/S lost to non-league Laurens/Milford 5-4. Jordan Anderson struck out 11 batters on the mound for J/S.

On the softball diamond, South Kortright defeated Stamford/Jefferson 32-16 on Tuesday. SK scored 12 runs in the second inning to pull away and Neleh Brown struck out nine from the pitcher's circle. For S/J, Paige VanEtten connected on a grand slam.

On Monday, Charlotte Valley defeated Gilboa/Roxbury 9-1. Brinlee Wright struck out nine from the circle and teammate Josie Butler connected on a trio of hits for three Charlotte Valley runs. Mikayla Wright struck out 12 batters for G/R. 

Veteran softball coach Jane Ware collected her 500th career win on March 28 as Roxbury/Gilboa defeated Margaretville 19-3. She has coached at Roxbury since 1982. Mikayla Wright picked up the pitching win. Teammate Bailey Hughes helped offensively, scoring four runs in the win. 

In tournament action on April 7, Roxbury/Gilboa defeated non-league Copenhagen 15-4, to advance in the Mudville Tournament at Herkimer. Olivia Ross led the offense with a pair of RBIs and five different plays had two runs each. They pulled away with a 10-run fourth inning.

R/G fell to Avoca Prattsburgh in the second game of the day. Kelly Kalleberg was the only one who scored for R/G in a close game.

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