Dani Forbidussi was 5-for-5 and scored three runs and Chelsea Henige was 4-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs to lead Chenango Valley to a 17-7 victory over Norwich Wednesday in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball game.
Amber Wallach strick out nine for CV.
Corning 8, Elmira 4: At Elmira, Megan Lewis drove in four runs on three hits, including two doubles, as Corning opened its season with a STAC victory. The Hawks’ Angie Frampton struck out 10 in the compete game. Caitlyn Price hit a solo home run for Corning.
Thomas A. Edison 16, Spencer-Van Etten 1: At Spencer-Van Etten, starting pitcher McKenzie Slaven hit two home runs and drove in four runs and catcher Katelyn Warren homered as part of her five-hit day. Zoe Derr went 4-for-4 with a triple and five RBIs the Spartans (1-0) in their season opener.
Windsor 8, Sidney 0 At Windsor, Nate Wrighter and Auston Reed combined for a five-hit shutout in the nonleague game. Wrighter threw three-hit ball over five innings while striking out seven and walking none. Reed threw the final two innings, allowing two hits while striking out two. Jake Conroy had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs in the Black Knights’ opener.
Thomas A. Edison 11, Spencer-Van Etten 1: At Thomas A. Edison, starting pitcher Brandon Michaud allowed one hit over his five innings to help Thomas A. Edison open with an Interscholastic Athletic Conference victory. Tyler Trocchi, Andy Wilkins and Joe Ducot all drove in two runs to pace the Spartans.
Waverly 10, Candor 3: At Waverly, Brendyn Stillman drove in four runs to pace the hosts. Stillman had a two-run double in the bottom of the first and added an RBI triple in the second. Colton Miller pitched three shutout innings of relief for the Wolverines.
Hancock 14, Schenevus 7: At Schenevus, Lane Bass drove in three runs on two hits and Preston Walker was 3-for-4 for Hancock in the nonleague game.
Horseheads 9, Binghamton 4: At Binghamton, Horseheads goalie Danielle Sherman made 10 saves and held Binghamton to four goals in a Section 4 Conference matchup. Caroline O’Mara led the Blue Raiders with three goals while Abbey Benesh and Crystal Powers contributed with two apiece. Four different players each tallied one goal for the Patriots.
Vestal 19, Chenango Forks 2: At Chenango Forks, Nicole Lyons, Moelle Tattarson, and Tomasina Leska each registered hat tricks for the Golden Bears (2-1), leading them to a commanding victory in a Section 4 Conference game over the Blue Devils (0-2).
Corning 20, Elmira 5: At Elmira, Taylor Turner tallied seven points, including five goals, and Neena Merola added five goals as the Hawks cruised. Sara Grapevine contributed two goals and five assists for Corning (3-1), which held an 11-2 advantage at the half.