FREWSBURG - Sam Mott has always been a force to be dealt with whenever she's in the circle for Frewsburg and Friday's game with Silver Creek (0-4) proved it.
The senior right-hander faced 23 batters, only two over the minimum, to throw a no-hitter as the Bears improved to 5-0 in Division 2 and 7-3 overall in a 16-0 shutout.
Mott collected 11 strikeouts while giving up two walks and helped herself with a triple and a single while driving in three runs.
Sam Mott of Frewsburg delivers a pitch during Friday’s Division 2 softball game against Silver Creek. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
Frewsburg scored three runs in the first, highlighted by a two-run single from Annie Berg, then added five runs in both the fourth and fifth innings.
Berg ended her day with two hits, including a triple, with three RBIs, Shawna Raymond had two hits and scored four runs and Kaitlyn Blanchard had two hits.
Allie Harford took the loss for the Lady Black Knights with six walks and two strikeouts.
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CATTARAUGUS -Sara Crandall proved to be a difference maker for Cattaraugus-Little Valley on Friday as she scattered five hits in earning a 3-2 win over Cassadaga Valley.
What was interesting about the victory is that the Lady Timberwolves (2-1, 3-2) had just one hit, that coming from Crandall's bat. She also struck out 10 and walked one.
The Lady Cougars scored their two runs in the first inning and Cattaraugus-Little Valley answered in the second with three runs as Cassadaga Valley gave up four walks.
The starter for Cassadaga Valley, Maya Sischo, gave up one hit with a strikeout and three walks in 1 innings and was followed by Alyssa Hahn, who was solid in relief, giving up no hits with three strikeouts and a walk.
Sischo also had two hits.