CRVC rebounded from its first loss of the season, hammering out a lopsided win over Lauersen's last Monday night. This week, the perennial title contenders are back in action against with a home game against Ravehaus.


On Monday night, teams from all over the area descended on local diamonds for another week of exciting Wayne County Women’s Softball League action.

Among this week’s contests were: Tanglwood vs. The Big Apple, Elegante vs. Cora’s, Ravenhaus vs. Cherry Ridge, Lauersen’s vs. The Crossroads.

As TWI went to press on Monday, Cora’s was alone in first place with an unbeaten record. Stay tuned for continuing coverage of the Wayne County Women’s Softball League scene.

Lopsided Win
Cherry Ridge bounced back with a vengeance after suffering its first loss of the season to Cora’s.

CRVC rolled to a 25-1 victory over Lauersen’s last Monday evening.

Carley Gustin drew the starting nod and eventually earned the decision. She went three innings before handing the ball off to Becky Loring, who worked the final two frames.

Jess Ebert and Nicki Malloy led the offensive assault for Cherry Ridge.

Ebert wreaked havoc on the bases from her lead-off spot, scoring four runs and piling up four RBIs. Malloy enjoyed a perfect 3-for-3 day at the dish and also drove in four.

Loring helped her own cause with a double and a towering 3-run homer in the top of the fifth.

Gustin also contributed to the cause, smoking a pair of basehits in two at-bats.

Jaime Morgan paced the Lauersen’s attack. A former standout at Wallenpaupack Area, Morgan roped a double and scored her team’s lone run.