NEW CASTLE —
Courtney Cohen had two hits and drove in three runs to lift the host Lady Greyhounds to a nonregion win over Sharpsville.
Alexis Donati paced Wilmington’s 10-hit attack with three hits, while Alanna Elliott and Kayleigh Shenker each tacked on two hits.
The Lady Greyhounds (4-0) plated two runs in the second and third innings and added their final three tallies in the fourth, while Abby Ferlin blasted a two-run homer in the sixth.
Shenker picked up the complete-game win by giving up two runs on six hits, two free passes and four strikeouts.
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Neshannock participated in the Midwestern Athletic Conference Team Tournament at Brady’s Run and Blackhawk.
A total of 15 teams competed in the event.
Logan Nawrocki reached the quarterfinals at No. 2 singles for the Lancers before being eliminated by Quaker Valley’s Walter Hubsch, 8-1. Nawrocki won in the round of 16, 6-4, over Montour’s Brian Jones.
Neshannock’s Nik Bentkowski (No. 1 singles) lost in the round of 16 to fifth-seeded Jon Tetrick (Beaver), 6-2.
The Lancers’ Aaron Maggi was defeated in the round of 16 by Beaver’s Garrett Haffner, 6-3.
Neshannock’s No. 2 doubles team Nick Przywarty/Tanner Lehett defeated a team from Montour in the round of 16, 6-0. The team of Przywarty/Lehett were eliminated by the second-seeded team from Quaker Valley, 8-0, in the quarterfinals.
Thaemon Mitchell won four events to lead New Castle to an 85-65 win over visiting Hopewell.
Mitchell copped victories in the 400 relay, the high jump, the long jump and the triple jump.
“I am very pleased at the way the team performed today,” New Castle coach Bill Croach said. “Our team is starting to come around and we have a lot of hard workers.
“Thaemon Mitchell was outstanding, winning four events. Breaking six-feet in the high jump is tough to do, but he did it. Khalil Huddleston had a solid meet. Mike Mazzanti played a key role in our victory. We were going to rest him a little, but after Alex Shepherd false started in the 110-meter hurdles — a sure win — we had to turn to Mike. We tell him what we need him to win for the team and he does just that.”