DANSVILLE — Brooke Johnson-Boser ripped the game-winning hit in the bottom of the seventh inning as host Dansville edged Perry 10-9 Monday at Babcock Park.
Sidney Stone added a big triple and scored three runs for the Mustangs while Samantha Mackey was 1-for-2 with two runs scored.
Taylor Mann added a double for Dansville (1-0).
Samantha Mackey picked up the win in relief getting the final two outs in the seventh. She struck out two and walked a pair.
Starting pitcher Saige Friedl tossed six-plus innings with four K’s and nine walks.
For Perry, Elissa Uveino went 3-4 at the plate with a double and a triple, a stolen base, and an RBI while Lily Jaques went 2-4, with four RBIs.
Also for Perry, Ally Chamberlain went 3-5 with three runs scored, two stolen bases and an RBI.
“Tonight’s game was tough in wet conditions for pitchers,” said Perry head coach Stefanie Weber.
Jaques struck out 10 batters in the circle.
BATH 3, LETCHWORTH 1
Kayli Witherall tossed a complete game three-hitter with 13 strikeouts in the circle and also helped her own cause going 3-for-4 at the plate as the Rams got the crossover win.
Cadence Spears went 2-for-4 while Aleyea Beers added a hit for Bath (1-0).
For Letchworth, Brooke DeGroff had two hits offensively. She also pitched three solid innings striking out six while allowing just two hits.
WAY-CO 16, LIVONIA 0
Way-Co eighth-grader Lily Mellick went 3-3 with a double and three runs scored while Jallyssa Lafferty also went 3-3 with two runs scored as Way-Co cruised to the easy win.
Brooke Lander was 4-5 2ith a double and two runs while Hannah Fairbrother added two hits and four runs scored.
Visiting Way-Co improved to 1-0 while Livonia fell to 0-1.
KESHEQUA 20, ATTICA 4
Mackenzie Gillen went 5-5 with three runs scored while Sophomore Julia Wilkins was 3-3 with three runs as Keshequa whipped Attica Monday.
Heather Moriarty added three hits with three runs of her own for the Indians.
Keshequa pitcher Aurora Sabins tossed the complete game three hitter with eight K’s.
Attica’s Maddie Robinson led the Blue Devils with a triple.