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Red Hawks roll, 10-0

  • Frontier baserunner Hannah Adams is safe at second as the Pioneer middle infielder can't come up with an errant throw during the host Red Hawks' 10-0 Franklin County League softball win at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.<br/>Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Frontier baserunner Hannah Adams is safe at second as the Pioneer middle infielder can't come up with an errant throw during the host Red Hawks' 10-0 Franklin County League softball win at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.
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  • Frontier batter Katie Fournier eyes the ball and checks her swing Wednesday at Zabek Field in South Deerfield, where her host Red Hawks beat Pioneer, 10-0, in their Franklin County League Softball game.<br/>Recorder/Micky Bedell

    Frontier batter Katie Fournier eyes the ball and checks her swing Wednesday at Zabek Field in South Deerfield, where her host Red Hawks beat Pioneer, 10-0, in their Franklin County League Softball game.
    Recorder/Micky Bedell Purchase photo reprints »

  • Frontier baserunner Hannah Adams is safe at second as the Pioneer middle infielder can't come up with an errant throw during the host Red Hawks' 10-0 Franklin County League softball win at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.<br/>Recorder/Micky Bedell
  • Frontier batter Katie Fournier eyes the ball and checks her swing Wednesday at Zabek Field in South Deerfield, where her host Red Hawks beat Pioneer, 10-0, in their Franklin County League Softball game.<br/>Recorder/Micky Bedell

All five seniors finished with at least one hit for Frontier Regional School as it completed the regular the season with a 10-0 Franklin County League softball victory over Pioneer Valley Regional School Wednesday at Zabek Field in South Deerfield.

Caitlin Sullivan led the Red Hawks’ attack with three hits and two RBI, while fellow seniors Gwen Thayer, McKayla Poissant and Haley Dacyczyn all chipped in a hit and an RBI, and Katie Fournier contributed a single.

Poissant threw a complete-game five-hitter with five strikeouts and one walk.

Jess Scoville led the Panthers with two hits. Erin Bertrand suffered the loss.

Frontier (16-2, 12-2 FCL) awaits its seed in the Western Mass. Division II Tournament, the seeds of which will be released Tuesday afternoon.

Turners 14, Athol 0

Athol 24, St. Bernard’s 2 (5) — Turners Falls High School continued its offensive prowess and rolled to a 14-0 FCL softball win over Athol High School Wednesday night at Silver Lake Park in Athol.

The Indians (16-1, 14-0 FCL) pounded out 17 hits, including four by Jenna Putala, who had two doubles and five RBIs. Amber Caouette had three hits, including two doubles, and knocked in three, and Mackenzie Salls added three hits and two RBIs.

Mackenzie Phillips earned the win with 10 strikeouts in six innings.

Julia Salmond led Athol with a pair of hits.

• In the opener, Athol unloaded for 17 hits — 11 for extra bases — in a 24-2 rout of St. Bernard’s Central Catholic High School.

Jess Soucie finished with three doubles, a single and four RBIs. Molly Cleveland ripped two doubles, a homer and two RBI, and Kayla Robidoux collected two doubles, a single and two RBIs for the Raiders, who parlayed four doubles, a homer, six walked and one error into a 13-run fourth inning.

Hailey Droogan had a single, double and one RBI, while Rylie Wilkie added an RBI double.

Soucie fanned four and walked two for the pitching win.

Hopkins 11, Mohawk 5 — Peyton Ring struck out two and walked no one seven innings as Hopkins Academy defeated Mohawk Trail Regional High School, 11-5, in FCL softball action Wednesday in Buckland.

Nicole Morrison finished with one hit and four RBIs to lead the Hopkins offense, while Jera Barrett singled, tripled and plated a pair of runs.

Leigh Shippee doubled and drove in two runs for Mohawk (3-15), while Hope Lively had three hits, including a double. Jessica Dawicki and Emily Page each singled twice and drove in a run, and Briana Benz tripled.

Lively suffered the loss, striking out six and walking two in five innings.

Narragansett 8, Mahar 0 — Julie Melanson struck out 10 and was a sixth-inning single away from throwing a perfect game as Central Mass. power Narragansett Regional High School defeated Mahar Regional School, 8-0, in an independent softball game Wednesday in Orange.

Mahar’s Bri Marsh broke up the perfect game with a single over third base in the sixth inning.

The game remained close until Narragansett opened things up with five runs in the final two innings.

Joelle Melanson led the Warriors with three hits, while Melissa Gross added two hits and one RBI. Corinne Burnett singled and drove in three runs.

Kate Donelan struck out two and did not walk a batter in the loss.

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