Girls Varsity Softball · Girls Varsity Softball falls to Smyrna 15 – 5

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Riverdale Warriors Varsity Drops Game To Smyrna After Late Score
Riverdale Warriors Varsity stayed in it until the end, but Smyrna pulled away late in a 15-5 victory on Tuesday. The game was tied at five with Smyrna batting in the top of the fourth when Hannah Ward singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
The Riverdale Warriors Varsity struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively containing Smyrna, giving up 15 runs.
In the first inning, Smyrna got their offense started when Ward singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Riverdale Warriors Varsity evened things up at five in the bottom of the third inning. Alyssa Lemberger drove in two when she singled.
Riverdale Warriors Varsity tallied five runs in the third inning. Riverdale Warriors Varsity big bats were led by Macy Murphy, Lauren Hosford, and Lemberger, all knocking in runs in the inning.
Lily Soverns led the Smyrna to victory on the pitcher’s mound. She lasted two and two-thirds innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out three and walking zero.
Sydney Williams took the loss for Riverdale Warriors Varsity. She surrendered 15 runs on 16 hits over five innings.
Kaitlin Higgins started the game for Smyrna. She allowed nine hits and five runs over two and a third innings, striking out one and walking one.
Riverdale Warriors Varsity racked up ten hits on the day. Lemberger, Williams, and Hosford each managed multiple hits for Riverdale Warriors Varsity. Hosford, Williams, and Lemberger each managed two hits to lead Riverdale Warriors Varsity.
Smyrna had 16 hits in the game. Ward, Lexie Harper, Lyssi Dreyton, Katie Goar, Azaria Jones, and Katie Killen all collected multiple hits for Smyrna. Smyrna was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Makayla Fleming had the most chances in the field with four.