Concord 19, Goshen 6: Skylar Hartpence was the winning pitcher. Mayla Herman had a double and three singles, Syndi Moore a double and single, Alexis Carney and Sara Taylor both two singles for the winners. Kathy Whitehead pitched for Goshen.
Middlebury 15, Baugo 14: Emma Sand ripped a triple and two singles and Grace Beard three singles for Middlebury. Sand was the winning pitcher. Leading hitters for Baugo were Isabell Orteza a triple and two singles, Nicole Barden and Morgan Weesner both two singles to Baugo. Ayla McIntosh pitched.
Goshen 14, Concord No. Two 4: Tyler Colpitts and Trenton Scott belted home runs for the winners. Manny Castillo added three hits, Joey Peebles and Robby Riegsecker two singles apiece. Peyton Cripe was the winning pitcher. Tyler Bradshaw homered while Drew McDougle chipped in with a double and single for Concord. Carter Neveraski pitched.
Concord No. One 12, Middlebury 3: Boots was the winning pitcher and Kaleb Sotebeer singled twice. Berger pitched for Middlebury.
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