WELLS – Katie Simpson and Cortney Clark each hit RBI singles to spark a four-run fourth inning as Poland upended Wells 4-1 in WMC softball Saturday.
Warrior starter Hannah Knight only allowed three hits in the game, but the Knights made her pay.
Wells (10-5) got seven hits in the game off winning pitcher Kelli O’Connor, but could only manage one run.
O’Connor struck out five and walked none, pitching out of jams in the sixth and seventh innings to close out Wells. Kristen Simpson helped her pitcher with a running catch in the outfield to rob the Warriors of extra bases.
RANGELEY – The pitching matchup remained the same, but the outcome was different as Greenville and Rangeley split an EWC softball doubleheader on Saturday. Rangeley ran away with the first game 12-4, and Greenville took the second game 6-4.
In the opener, Angela White had three of Rangeley’s 11 hits in the game, including a triple. Kate Jamison scattered three hits for the pitching victory, and Rangeley committed no errors behind her. Hayley White also had a triple in the game, and Ashley Quimby had three RBIs.
Greenville (6-4) wasted little time in the second game, scoring five runs in the top of the third inning after falling behind 1-0 in the second. Darla Larson had a pair of hits, and Susan Muzzy rebounded from her loss in the first game to pick up the win. Ashley Quimby hit a solo home run in the third inning.
Raina Eustis had four hits on the day for Rangeley (9-4).