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sacrifice bunt by Jackie Morell (Bensalem) and an RBI single from Rachel Hyman (Upper Dublin) put SOL ahead by two.
In the fourth, SOL/Bicentennial pushed its lead to 6-2 thanks to a D’Agostino bases-loaded walk and an RBI single from Souderton’s Haley DeLany two batters later.
Tumasz pitched the first two innings for SOL/Bicentennial, giving up two earned runs on four hits with no walks and one strikeout. Morell and Abington’s Elizabeth Lloyd combined to nohit Public/AACA the next 2 1/3 innings.
Central’s Caitlyn Walker and Amelia Shelley of Villa Joseph Marie each had an RBI for Philadelphia Public/ AACA.
In its earlier loss to Olympic/Colonial, SOL/ Bicentennial trailed just 1-0 after three innings, but Olympic/Colonial posted four runs in the fourth then added another six in the sixth for the double-digit shutout victory.
Maher, D’Agostino, Tumasz, DeLany and Wissahickon’s Brittany Gelman all collected a hit in the defeat.
North Penn’s Jackie Bilotti pitched the first four innings, surrendering five runs — four earned — on six hits. She walked one and struck out four. Morell gave up six runs — five earned — on six hits, striking out three. Tumasz did not allow a hit in keep- ing Olympic/ Colonial off the board in the seventh.
For Olympic/Colonial, Chelsea Thomas (Haddon Heights) was 3-for-4 with two RBI. Casey Clark (Cherry Hill East), Mariah Hans (Haddon Heights) and Megan Wall (PVI) each collected two RBI.
Philadelphia Catholic — which includes Lansdale Catholic’s Amanda Bradley and Bridey Harkins on its roster — played just one game Monday, falling to Lehigh Valley 10-5.
PCL led 2-0 after two innings before Lehigh Valley went ahead with a six-run top of the third. The PCL plated three in its half of the third to pull within one, but Lehigh Valley pulled away by scoring four times in the fourth.