OLEAN - Behind Britta Johnson's pitching, Southwestern earned its first win over Olean since 2010 in Division 1 girls softball on Wednesday.
Johnson worked six innings, allowing seven hits with two walks and no strikeouts as Southwestern (1-1) downed Olean 1-1), 9-3.
Sydney Burk pitched a perfect seventh inning for the Lady Trojans with two strikeouts.
The game was 2-1 in favor of Southwestern until the fourth inning when the visitors struck for four runs to take the lead for good. Burk had a key double during the uprising.
Summer Borysoff drove in four runs with two hits and Shelby Lunz tripled and doubled for the winners. Teammates Kate Johnson and Taylor Brecht contributed two hits.
Rachel Painter stroked three hits for Olean.
JHS GETS FIRST WIN
OLEAN - McKenzie Martin pitched Jamestown to its first win (1-1, 1-4).
Martin tossed a five-hitter with seven strikeouts and three walks while allowing just one earned run as the Lady Red Raiders defeated Allegany-Limestone, 8-3.
The Lady Red Raiders gave Martin a big lift by scoring six times in the second inning. Hannah Pollino belted out a two-run double and Katelynn Spunaugle a run-scoring double for the big hits that inning.
Pollino wound up with two hits and Chelsea Jackson added two hits and two runs scored in the win.
COURTNEY LEADS FCS
FREDONIA - Abby Courtney excelled in both the circle and the batters' box for the Falconer Lady Golden Falcons.
Courtney scattered four hits and struck out five over seven innings, and at the plate went 2-for-4 with a double, to lead Falconer (2-3, 2-0) past Fredonia, 5-2.
Courtney needed just 89 pitches to secure the victory.
Along with Courtney, Jenna Fellows went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored and Katie Hines connected for a double and scored once.
Falconer never trailed, taking a 2-0 lead in the first and extending that advantage to 5-1 before Fredonia managed to score once in the bottom of the sixth to make it 5-2.
For Fredonia (3-1, 2-1), Bre Dahn led the way with a pair of hits and an RBI.
Baylee Tarnowski suffered the loss. She allowed eight hits and struck out five.