Chieftains throttle Pandora-Gilboa on road

PANDORA — Hannah Brickner and Abbi Yarris combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter and everyone in the lineup had a hit and either scored or drove in a run Saturday as Hopewell-Loudon thumped Blanchard Valley Conference foe Pandora-Gilboa, 21-0.

Brickner got the win, fanning three in three innings. Yarris also struck out three.

Meanwhile, Brook Breidenbach led a potent offense by going 3 for 3 with two doubles, a triple, two runs and three RBIs.

Chelsey Depinet went 3 for 4 with a triple, three runs and two RBIs, and Brickner tripled, scored twice and knocked in three runs.

Nicole Colley scored twice, drove in three runs, doubled and singled, Zoe Kent had two runs, two RBIs, a double and single, Kenzie Coleman doubled, singled, scored and had an RBI, and Becca Steinmetz doubled and drove in a run.

Hailey Coppus and Kyleigh Krupp each scored three times, with Coppus adding a single and RBI and Krupp singling twice. Alex Falter chipped in two runs, a single and an RBI, and Yarris singled, scored and drove in two runs.

Alexis McCoy took the loss for the Rockets. Kaylynne Koepplinger and Harlie Wood each drew a walk to become the only baserunners Pandora-Gilboa.

Warriors blank Wynford

SYCAMORE — Hannah Jordan hit a solo homer and Madi Chester lined two triples Saturday to fuel Mohawk’s 6-0 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Wynford.

Jordan ended 3 for 4 for the Warriors (14-7, 10-5 N10), and she picked up the pitching win to improve to 11-5.

Chester also finished 3 for 4, adding a run and an RBI.

Jordan Tyree and MaKenna Hurley each doubled, with Tyree adding two RBIs, a single and a run and Hurley scoring.

Aubrie Harper singled twice and scored twice for Mohawk, and Miranda Stallard singled twice.

Old Fort sweeps Van Buren in DH

VAN BUREN — Old Fort out-hit Van Buren 25-9 in a doubleheader Saturday as the Stockaders won the first game 11-0 in five innings and then won Game 2 12-4 for the sweep.

In Game 1, the game was scoreless for the first two innings before the Stockaders plated four runs in the third and fourth innings to blow it open.

MarcQue Harris doubled, singled twice and drove in five runs for Old Fort (16-4), while Ashlynn Magers added a double, a single and three RBIs, Makinsey Black hit a pair of singles and drove in a run, Sarah Hossler doubled and drove in a run and Savannah McCoy doubled.

McCoy held Van Buren to just four hits in five innings of work in the circle. She struck out five and walked just one in the win.

Sarah Dishong was the losing pitcher. Olivia Sexton doubled for the Black Knights.

In Game 2, it was more of the same, but the big-run inning didn’t happen until the sixth for the Stockaders. They led 6-4 through five innings, but a six-run seventh finished the game off.

Hossler, who was the winning pitcher, slammed a home run, hit two singles and drove in a pair of runs, while Magers doubled and drove in four runs, Black hit two singles and drove in two runs, Laini Gillett doubled, singled and drove in a run and Harris and Kalie Ivy both singled and drove in a run. Hanna Bilger and Ashtyn Sebetto scored two runs each.

Hossler pitched a complete game, allowing four unearned runs on five hits. She fanned four and walked one.

Amanda Strapp pitched seven innings in the loss, giving up 12 runs (five earned) on 12 hits.

Raegan Miller hit a double for the Black Knights.