LRSW softball round-up


Bonny Eagle splits first two games

Bonny Eagle defeated Massabesic by an 8-1 score on Monday and then fell by a slim 1-0 score at Thornton in a make-up contest on Tuesday.

“At this point in the young season, I feel that our team is right on track to make yet another tournament appearance,” said Bonny Eagle coach Jan Corliss. “Both of our returning veteran pitchers, Kaitlin Williams and Maddie Kluna are throwing well.”

Corliss added that Williams pitched in the 8-1 win over the Mustangs and she was supported by excellent hitting from sophomores Stephanie Stockwell and Messina Provencher, and seniors Sarah Violette and Mallery Stanley.

“Yesterday, Maddie (Kluna) mixed her pitches very well and was very accurate with her throwing,” said Corliss. “Alyssa Dunn

was the best hitter for us with two hits (single and double).

“I think we have the ability defensively and offensively to make some noise in the league this year,” Corliss added. “We have some excellent speed. All we have to do is be able to hit the ball

consistently. We have a mix of power and contact hitters, and most of the players are very good with the bunt.”

Deering 7 Windham 0

The Windham softball team was blanked by Deering 7-0. The Eagles were never able to figure out Rams pitcher Leslie Warn as she allowed just one hit in seven innings. Warn walked just one and struck out 15.

The Eagles stand at 0-1 and were scheduled to take on Kennebunk on Wednesday as they try for win number one.

Lake Region 6 Falmouth 3

The Lake Region softball team earned win number one Monday when they downed Falmouth, 6-3.

The Lakers led by just a single run when Morgan McClean came through in the top of the seventh. McClean ripped a two-run double to give the Lakers a little bit of breathing room.

Pitcher Jessie Hutchins finished off the Yachtsmen in the seventh to earn the win.

The Lakers were scheduled to host York on Wednesday as they looked to improve to 2-0.