CHAZY — On most days the Minerva/Newcomb offense would have been the highlight of Wednesday’s softball game.
But Cheyenne Williams took the spotlight for the Mountaineers.
The pitcher tossed a complete-game no-hitter in Minerva/Newcomb’s 18-0 victory over Chazy in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference softball action.
Williams struck out eight while allowing just two walks.
“Minerva/Newcomb was led by excellent hitting, solid pitching and a good defense earning Williams a no-hitter,” Eagles coach Frank Cote said.
Astasia Myler was a perfect 4-for-4 from the plate, including a double and a two-run homer, as the Mountaineers belted 19 hits in the game. Gabrielle McNally added a 4-for-5 performance with a triple and a double.
Mary Labar finished with three hits, including a double, while Danielle McNally added a pair of hits.
Paige Barcomb suffered the loss for the Eagles, striking out seven and allowing two walks.
Minerva/Newcomb 18, Chazy 0
Min/New 520 335 0 — 18 19 1
Chazy 000 000 0 — 0 0 7
Williams and Miller, Viele (7). Barcomb and Thomas. WP- Williams. LP- Barcomb. 2B- G. McNally (M-N), Myler (M-N), Labar (M-N), Viele (M-N), Barber (M-N). 3B- G. McNally (M-N). HR- Myler (M-N).
Crown Point 16, Keene 4
KEENE VALLEY — Brittany Foote and Amanda Wolf powered the Panthers’ offense, combining for six hits and four RBI.
Foote tripled, doubled and singled, and she added two RBI and two runs scored. Wolf hit a double and two singles. Hunter Spaulding also contributed, going 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs.
“Crown Point pushed 16 runs across the board with aggressive base running and timely hitting,” Keene coach Chad Lopez said. “On the mound for Crown Point, (Maria) Malone controlled the pace.”
Malone struck out seven and walked three to earn the win.
Keene’s Tucker Geiger and Taylor Geiger both hit a double and a single.