Last Thursday, Coudersport played four innings in the win against Smethport, 25-5.

Coudersport’s Shaelyn Black had a homerun, four runs scored and four RBIs. Ariana Waterman also scored four runs. Chelsey Streich (one RBI) and Paiton Whipple each scored three runs. Tori Miller (one RBI), Hope Daisley (one RBI) and Claudia Miller (three RBIs, one double) all scored two runs. Emma Saulter (two RBIs, one double) and Kim Johnson both scored one run.

For the Lady Hubbers, Rylee Crowley (one RBI) scored a run; Lizzy Ruffner (one RBI) scored a run as well.

Streich earned the win in the circle for Coudersport giving up four hits and a run while striking out one batter.

Coudersport earned a win on their home field against Johnsonburg in six innings on Monday night. It was a low scoring game, 3-2 (Johnsonburg), until the fourth inning when Coudersport scored eight runs and then two more runs in the fifth and sixth. Johnsonburg wasn’t able to make a comeback, scoring one run in the fifth. The final score was 14-4.

For Coudersport, Waterman and Streich (one run, one hit, one RBI) scored three runs each. Saulter (double, two RBIs) and Daisley each had two runs. Johnson, C. Miller (two RBIs), Whipple and Kaylee VanWhy each scored a run. Black had two RBIs.

For Johnsonburg, Jordan Bundy had a homerun and scored three runs. Michaela Herzing had two RBIs.

Black earned the win on the mound; she struck out eight batters and gave up four runs. Julie Peterson took the loss.

Tuesday night brought another win for Coudersport, this time against Cameron County, 7-6.

Streich and Whipple (two RBIs, one triple) both scored two runs; Waterman and Johnson both had one run. Rosalyn Page homered and had two RBIs and a double.