Cora's Bistro is the only undefeated team left in Wayne County Women's Softball. The Beavers cruised to a Mercy Rule shortened 18-3 win over Elegante Monday, upping their record to a sparkling 7-0.
Cora’s Bistro closed out the first half of the 2011 Wayne County Women’s Softball League season with an undefeated record.
On Monday evening in Bingham Park, the Beavers rolled to an 18-3 win over Elegante. The game was shortened to five innings due to the Mercy Rule.
With this victory, Cora’s upped its regular season record to a sparkling 7-0.
The Beavers head into second half action with sole possession of first place.
Cherry Ridge and The Crossroads each have one loss and are battling it out for second place.
Sue Zieres dominated in the circle Monday against Elegante.
The veteran righty went all five innings for the complete game decision. Zieres surrendered just four hits and one earned run.
Heather Reiman led the Beavers’ high-octane offensive attack. She enjoyed a perfect 3-for-3 day at the dish, scored three runs and collected five RBIs. The highlight of Reiman’s game was a towering homer in the third inning.
Courtney Roche also had a big day, lashing three hits and driving in a pair.
Leah Simko and Brighid Bauer each contributed two key base knocks to Cora’s cause. Simko also scored three runs on the day.
Zieres helped her own cause by banging out three hits in three at-bats.
Janet DeLuca earned the start for Elegante, but was chased from the hill when Cora’s erupted for nine runs in the bottom of the third.
Jacquel Theis came on in relief and pitched the rest of the way.