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18th consecutive win earned against Thunderwolves for softball » Herkimer Generals
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18th consecutive win earned against Thunderwolves for softball

SANBORN, NY – Logging two more victories against the Western New York Athletic Conference on Sunday (4/26), the Herkimer Generals softball team swept Niagara County Community College, defeating the Thunderwolves 14-1 and 7-0 for the team’s 17th consecutive victory.

Herkimer (22-7) has gone through the Region III in their last 10 games, outscoring opponents 169-to-7. It was no different Sunday as both starters allowed one earned run and the lineup collected 23 hits in the doubleheader.

Starting in game one for the Generals was Amy Hart (St. Johnsville, NY). The freshman got her third win of the season (3-0) - allowing one earned run in five innings pitched - accumulating eight strike outs, just over her average of 7.29 per appearance.

The game two starter was Shania McEvoy (Middleville, NY). McEvoy carried the momentum in game two, tallying her second shutout of the season, collecting her second win (2-2) too. The freshman threw seven innings and allowed four hits.

Leading the offensive attack at the plate against the Thunderwolves was Brittany Ormond (New Paltz, NY). The sophomore drove in a season-high five RBI in the doubleheader, going 4-for-7 at the plate. Ormond collected four RBI in game one and one in game two thanks to two doubles and one triple.

One RBI behind Ormond was Taylor Daniels (Watervliet, NY). After an eight game absence due to injury, the infielder had a season-high four RBI in game one. Helping Daniels to those totals was a home run, her second of the season, which drove in three runs.

Herkimer continues on the road this coming Tuesday (4/28), facing Fulton-Montgomery Community College. The Raiders have lost their last six games, but are 2-2 in the Mountain Valley Conference (MVC). As for the Generals, they are undefeated in the MVC (6-0) and will look to remain that way with their Tuesday doubleheader scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

Game One:

Herkimer (21-7) 14

Niagara (7-19) 1

Generals 140 27 12 | 14

Thunderwolves 001 00 0 | 1



Amy Hart (W, 2-0) 5IP 5H 1R 1ER 2BB 8K



Taylor Daniels 1-for-1 4RBI 1HR

Brittany Ormond 3-for-3 4RBI 22B

Lindsey Parese 2-for-4 2RBI

Elyssa Lebaron 2-for-4 1RBI 12B

Kayla Bancroft 1-for-3 1RBI 12B

Hannah Potter 1-for-3 1RBI 12B

Jadyn Costello 0-for-0 1RBI

Game Two:

Herkimer (22-7) 7

Niagara (7-20) 0

Thunderwolves 000 000 0 0 | 0

Generals 011 320 X 11 | 7



Shania McEvoy (W, 1-2) 7IP 4H 0R 0ER 6BB 3K



Samantha Elliott 2-for-3 2RBI

Brittany Ormond 1-for-4 1RBI 13B

Jadyn Costello 1-for-4 1RBI

Terra Lawler 0-for-4 1RBI

Next Doubleheader: 4/28 at Fulton-Montgomery 3 & 5 p.m.

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