Thursday, April 30, 2009
EMASS Softball Players of the Day for April 29th
Maggie Quealy (pictured above) had a one-hit, 9 strikeout performance in the circle as King Philip squished Sharon (10-0) in Hockomock League action.
Triton's Marion Dullea (7 IP, 1 hit, 7 K's) propelled the Vikings to a (1-0) shutout of North Reading in a Cape Ann League pitcher's duel.
Colleen Mokler had 5 hits to lead the offensive explosion in South Boston's (32-15) win over Boston City League foe, Charlestown.
Plymouth South's Noelle Christmas (4-hitter, 13 K's) pitched another shutout as the Panthers nipped Sandwich in Atlantic Coast play.
Christine Arennie pitched the first no-hitter in Mystic Valley softball history as they thumped Presentation of Mary (9-0) in a Commonwealth League mismatch.
Marian's Keliann Kirby (CG, 2-hitter, 13 K's) hurled another shutout as the Mustangs throttled Trinity Catholic (13-0) in Catholic Central action.
Nicole Lopilato (4 hits, HR, 4 RBI's) powered Medford past Soomerville (12-1) in Greater
Boston League action.
Billerica's Sarah Quatieri (one-hitter, 10 K's) held Lowell in check as the Indians defeated their Merrimack Valley League foe (6-1).
Nicole Lowe threw a one-hit, 4 strikeout shutout to propel Saugus to a (5-0) whitewashing of Lynn English in Northeastern Conference action.
Ashland's Nicole D'Argento (walk-off HR, shutout, 17 K's) needed every bit of her talent to help the Clockers fend off Bellingham (1-0) in a Tri-Valley League pitcher's duel.