CRVC remains all alone in second place after posting another convincing win in the Wayne County Women's Softball League. Led by Becky Loring's stellar pitching, Cherry Ridge rolled to a 6-1 victory over Ravenhaus.
Becky Loring turned in a brilliant pitching performance on Monday, leading Cherry Ridge Veterinary Clinic to a 6-1 win over Ravenhaus in Wayne County Women’s Softball League action.
With this victory, CRVC?improved its regular season record to 5-1. Next on the agenda for the local lasses is a make-up game against perennial powerhouse The Crossroads.
That contest is set for a 6:30 p.m. start Sunday at the Group Home in Beach Lake.
By the Numbers
Loring was outstanding on this particular day.
Becky worked seven innings en route to a complete game decision. She allowed just three hits, walked two and fanned three.
Offensively, Carley Gustin and Nicki Malloy paced a balanced CRVC attack. Gustin roped a single and a double, driving in a game-high three runs. Malloy also slapped a pair of hits and collected two RBIs.
Carli Curtis also contributed two base knocks to the CRVC?cause. Shannon Jaggars chipped in with a key basehit and drove in a run.
Rachel Spanos took the hill for Ravenhaus and eventually suffered the loss. The former Western Wayne and Penn College standout scattered 13 hits over the course of seven frames.
Crystal Illigasch accounted for the lone Ravenhaus run with a sac fly. Sledzinski, Glossenger and Evans each blasted a basehit in a losing effort.