Shock Softball: Archives

Sunday, September 9
AVERAGE: PARLOCK (.429), EMERT (.391), SCHREYER (.368)
OBP: PARLOCK (.532), EMERT (.398), SCHREYER (.390) 
RUNS: PARLOCK (34), EMERT (32), LEAR (30) 
RBI: PARLOCK (38), EMERT (31), MURIN (23) 
K'S: DeMARTINO (108), EMERT (74)
ERA: DeMARTINO (1.52), EMERT (2.61), LEONARD (3.06) 


Monday, October 15

The Shock traveled to Greencastle, PA for the USSSA 18U "Fall Clash" and came away with a runner-up 2nd place finish and a 2013 USSSA World Series berth for July 2013.

Leading the way at the plate for the weekend were Tori Parlock (.615 BA, 2 HR, 3 triples, 5 RBI and 7 runs scored), Sam Emert (.583 BA, 6 singles, 1 double and 5 RBI), Breanne Wallace (.538 BA, 7 singles and 2 RBI), and Kara Butler (.357 BA, 3 singles, 2 triples and 3 RBI).

The Shock got solid pitching from all 5 pitchers with Emert leading the way with 14 k's in 11 innings while gaining a 2-1 record for the day. Emert didn't surrender an earned run in those 11 innings.

The Shock will take the next weekend off and finish their "fall" schedule at Greencastle once again at the "Trick or Treat" tournament on October 27-28.

Shock 2nd place at Fall Clash 2013

Sunday, October 28
The SHOCK finished their fall season with a trip to Greencastle, PA to compete in the USSSA "Trick or Treat" tournament. After finishing pool play with a 2-0-1 mark, the event was unfortunately rained out on Sunday after only a few bracket games. The final standings for the weekend would be determined by the pool play results. SHOCK came away with a 3rd place finish.
The team set a SHOCK single tournament record with a .458 team BA. Newly acquired player, Bridgit Yothers led the way with a .800BA while scoring 8 runs, followed by Courtney Lear (.778BA, 4 runs scored), Rachel Oplinger (.455BA, 9 RBI, and 2 triples), Breanne Wallace (.455BA, 8RBI, 3B and a 2 run HR), Savannah Leonard (.429BA, 1 triple), and Kylie Julian (.429BA, 1 run, 1 RBI).
SHOCK pitching from Tori Parlock, Sam Emert, Leonard, and Yothers combined to hold opponent batting to an unbelievable 6 hits in 58 AB, which included 17 strikeouts.
The team will now take some time off before starting winter workouts to prepare for High School season and the 2013 Spring/Summer tournament season. 


Tuesday, May 29
The SHOCK traveled to Glen Burnie, MD for their 1st 2012 summer tournament and came back home with a respectable 4-3 record. Offensively the team was led by Sam Emert (.500BA, 9 hits, and 5 RBI), Courtney Lear (.400BA, 6 hits, 2 RBI, and 3 SAC), and Tori Parlock (.375 BA, 6 hits (3HR), and 7 RBI). Along with Kara Butler (.353), Jordan Syfert (.333), Brooke Schreyer (.312). The team batted .323 as a team.
Emert and Megan DeMartino each picked up 2 pitching wins, with DeMartino coming away with a 0.55 E.R.A. for the weekend.

Tuesday, June 26
Last weekend the Shock competed in the 18U USSSA Central PA State Championships. The tournament showcased 21 teams from the state of Pennsylvania. The Shock battled to a 5-2 record, including a 3-1 record on Sunday during bracket play, and earned a 3rd place finish.
Leading the charge offensively was Samantha Emert, she batted and incredible .600 for the weekend (12-20), including a HR and 4 RBI. Victoria Parlock swatted her way to a .467 BA, which also included a HR and 6 RBI. Savannah Leonard smashed a 3 run HR and finished with a .429 BA. Brooke Schreyer (.381 BA and 6 RBI) and Lexi Murin (.316 BA and 5 RBI) also had solid performances.
Megan DeMartino (2-1 and a 0.67ERA), Emert (2-1), Leonard (1-0) and Ricki Conrad pitched great combining for 30 k's and only 4 bb's and a team 2.28 ERA. Their battery mate Jordan Syfert allowed only 1 passed ball while catching over 550+ pitches over the 2 day event.
The Shock will take to the road again this weekend, heading to Maryland to compete in the USSSA Summer Spectacular, and are looking forward to their USSSAWorld Series appearance in Ocean City, MD in mid-July.  



Wednesday, July 4

The Shock battled their way to a 2nd consecutive 3rd place finish at the USSSA Summer Spectacular in Columbia, MD last weekend. With 2 wins on Sunday the team found themselves in the semi-final against the Arlington Sage. The Sage squeaked out a 5-4 win. The Shock battled in 100 degree heat all weekend and never gave up.
Big hitters for the weekend were Courtney Lear (.524 BA, 6 RBI, and 5 runs), Tori Parlock (.364 BA, 8 RBI, and 2HR), Lexi Murin (.333 BA, and 4 RBI), and Ricki Conrad (.312 BA, 2 2B, and 4 runs).
Pitching was excellent again with Sam Emert (2-1, 12 k's, 3.13 ERA), Savannah Leonard (1-1, 4 k's, 1.05 ERA), and Megan DeMartino (0-1, 1.00 ERA).
The Shock will enjoy their 4th of July and take a much deserved break before heading to Chambersburg, PA on July 14.

Sunday, July 15
On July 14-15 the Shock played in the Andrea Gannt Memorial tournament in Chambersburg, PA against some of the best competition of the summer. The Shock earned wins over the PA Intensity (2-1) and the Cumberland County Magic (4-0) to go with a hard fought tie against the Juniata Jaguars (3-3). But the weekend was spoiled by a stubborn Shippensburg Xtreme team who squeaked out a 2-1 win in the 1st round of bracket play.
The Shock pitching staff was spectacular with all 4 pitchers (Megan DeMartino, Sam Emert, Savannah Leonard and Ricki Conrad) combining for a 2-2-1 record  with an amazing 0.58 ERA for the weekend.
Big hitters were Tori Parlock (.625 BA, 1 HR, and 4 RBI), Conrad (.600 BA and 1 RBI), and Brooke Schreyer (.545 BA, and 1 RBI).

Thursday, June 24

The SHOCK recently competed in the USSSA State Tournament and took home a perfect 6-0 record for the weekend, which earned them the title of 2010 Central and Western Pennsylvania State Champions.

The weekend was highlighted by wins over Lunachicks (6-1), Columbia County Rampage (4-3), Rochester Revenge (10-1), PA Intensity (4-2), Tri-City Thunder (4-2), and Columbia County Rampage (2-1) in the finals.

The SHOCK finished the tournament with 46 hits led by Lizzie Newhouse with 8 (6 singles, 2 doubles), Jill Penatzer 7 (7 singles), Breanne Wallace 6 (2 singles, 4 doubles), Samantha Emert 5 (5 singles), MacKayla Maust 5 (5 singles) and Sami Johnson 3 (single, double, HR). Wallace also led the team with 9 RBI.

Megan DeMartino, Emert and Newhouse shared the pitching duties with a combined ERA of 2.12. DeMartino led the way with a 4-0 record and 1.40 ERA in 20 I.P..

The Shock played solid defense, led by the infield. 3B Penatzer, SS Emert, 2B Courtney Lear, and 1B Newhouse and Johnson turned 7 double plays for the weekend. Outstanding defense from the OF was provided by Grace Yanits, Rachel Druist, Nicole Dorn and Maust. Wallace was strong behind the plate in 90+ degree heat, not allowing a stolen base.

The Shock improved their record to 24-3 in their outdoor USSSA tournaments. the team will take their show on the road again in 2 weeks to play in the USSSA "Summer Spectacular" and then will play in the World Series in Akron, OH the following week.



Tuesday, September 23

Here is a list of the team leaders.  


GAMES PLAYED: Wallace (46)

INNINGS PLAYED: Newhouse (256)

RUNS SCORED: Newhouse (29)

HITS: Newhouse (44)

DOUBLES: Newhouse (6)

TRIPLES: Kallmann (4) 

HOMERUNS: Bridge (2) Newhouse (2)

WALKS: Yanits (22)

BATTING AVERAGE: Newhouse (.367)

RUNS BATTED IN: Heming (33)

STOLEN BASES: Yanits (28)


INNINGS PITCHED: Newhouse (141)

STRIKEOUTS: Newhouse (178)

ERA: Newhouse (4.02)

WINS: Newhouse (10)

Sunday, August 2




AVERAGE: NEWHOUSE (.377), DEMARTINO (.292), REAM (.290), 











ERA: EMERT (1.93), NEWHOUSE (3.49), DEMARTINO (3.97) 



Monday, August 3

The Shock recently competed at the 14U USSSA World Series at the Wide World of Sports in Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL.

The team finished with 13th place out of 44 teams from all over the United States and Canada. The girls played 8 games at the tournament going 3-5 for the week, with games against Indiana, New York, Virginia (twice), Kansas, Maryland, Ohio, and Ontario.

Keep watching this website for game updates.


Monday, July 13

The Shock competes at ASA State Championships

Saturday started with a loss to the Northwest Explosion, 2-0, the team could only get 2 hits off the Explosion pitching, which spoiled a stellar performance from  Shock pitcher Sam Emert who pitched a complete game giving up 2 runs, both that were unearned. She had 5 k's to go along with only giving up 4 hits. Emert also had one of the hits to go along with the only other hit from Breanne Wallace, who also threw out 2 runners trying to steal 2nd base.

The Shock rebounded in the 2nd game with a 11-0 victory over the SV Rebels. Liz Newhouse threw a 1 hit complete game shutout to earn her 6th win of the season. Morgan Grace smacked 2 hits and knocked in 4 runs to lead the charge. Sam Emert also had 2 hits, with Grace Yanits, Megan DeMartino, Maddy Ream and Emma Coyle adding a hit a piece.

The team tied a rain-shortened game against the Big Valley Vipers 2-2 in 2 innings. Yanits, DeMartino, Emert, Newhouse, and Courtney Lear all had hits for the game.

Sunday bracket play started off with a game against the Endless Mtn. Alley Cats. Pitcher Liz Newhouse threw her 1st ever perfect game. Newhouse had 6 strikeouts and didn't allow a ball out of the infield! The Shock offense got a 1 out double from Sam Emert in the last inning, and Newhouse helped her cause to single her home to gain the win 1-0.

The 2nd game on Sunday was against #1 seed Springford Sting. The Sting was 4-0 for the tournament coming into the game. The Shock fell behind 2-1, but rallied back for a 5-2 victory. Pitcher Sam Emert slowed down the big bats from Springford and got her team leading 8th win of the season. Yanits, Demartino and Ream all had doubles to lead the way to victory.

The win put the team in a game against the PA Intensity. The Shock jumped out to quick 2-0 lead, with runs from Yanits and Jayna Coyle, only to see the Intensity win the game 3-2 in extra innings.

Emert had a .538 BA for the weekend and Newhouse had an ERA of 0.44 in 16 I.P. to lead the team.

The weekend was a success, finishing in 5th place out of 29 teams.  The Explosion was the tournament winner and the Intensity took runner-up. The Shock lost to both of those teams by a combined total of 3 runs, "we are getting close".

Sunday, June 28

The SHOCK traveled to Shippensburg June 27-28 at competed at the USSSA State Championships. The team fought hard and played some very tough competition.

The team won its 1st and 2nd games on Saturday against Dubois Xtreme and PA Poison, then jumped out to a 3-0 lead over the Juniata Jaguars only to see the Jaguars come back and win 5-4. The 4th and 5th games of the weekend resulted in losses against Juniata (5-0) and Dubois (5-2) to dampen what started out to be a fantastic weekend. 

The team took alot of positive things away from the weekend. Maddy Ream pitched a 3 hit complete game shut-out against Poison, Megan DeMartino batted .417 for the weekend, Liz Newhouse had a 1.00 ERA in 7 innings pitched. 

The team will make a trip to Sunbury, PA on July 11-12 for the ASA State Championships.


Sunday, June 14

The Shock traveled to Willoughby, OH on June 12-14 and competed in the Willoughby Starzz Tournament.

The team had an awesome weekend finishing with a 2 wins 1 loss and 2 ties.

Sam Emert and Megan Demartino picked up the 2 pitching wins, Emert had an amazing 0.51 ERA for the weekend, Demartino was just as good with a 1.24 ERA. The duo combined for 15 strikeouts and 0 walks in 25 innings pitched!

The team smacked  29 hits for the weekend and had 7 players bat over .300, including Morgan Grace, Maddy Ream, Jayna Coyle, Elizabeth Newhouse, Breanne Wallace, Gaby Wolff and Sam Emert. Newhouse and Emert led the way each a 417 BA.

Monday, June 1

The SHOCK hosted their USSSA World Series Qualifier May 30-31, and the weekend turned out to be a MAJOR success!

CONGRATULATIONS to the Pittsburgh Power and Dubois Xtreme for winning their divisions!

We hope to have future tournaments and we would love to have ALL the teams return.

If you attended our tournament, please go to our guestbook page and tell us what you think.

Shock @ Latrobe
Sunday, May 17

The Shock played in the NSA "Spring Extreme" tournament on May 16-17 and ended the weekend with a 3-2 record, which placed us in a tie for 3rd place out of 15 teams.

Saturday's action started with a hard fought loss against the Pittsburgh Predators 3-2. Liz Newhouse pitched a complete game striking out 4 and walking only 1. Hits were hard to come by, as the team could only scratch out a hit a piece from Jayna Coyle, Breanne Wallace, and Megan DeMartino. The Predators won the game on a walk off single in the last inning.

The Shock bounced back with a win over the Allegheny West Hurricanes 4-2. The team smacked out 7 hits with 2 coming off the bat of Wallace. The team also shined on defense playing an error-free game. Megan DeMartino pitched a complete game with 3 k's and 0 bb's.

Sunday's single elimination games were very exciting. The first game of the day was a match-up against the Nitro. The Shock offense was on fire, smashing 11 hits for the game, combined with a fine pitching effort from Sam Emert, the team came away with a 6-5 win. The Hurricanes tied the game in the top of the 7th at 5, but the Shock put the game away in the bottom of the inning when DeMartino, Emert and Morgan Grace loaded the bases. Emma Coyle hit a ground ball to 1st base that was misplayed and the winning run scored.

The 2nd game on Sunday was against a very good Pittsburgh Power team. The Shock scored 6 runs in the 1st inning and held on for a 6-4 win. DeMartino pitched 5 strong innings to get the win and Newhouse pitched a scoreless 6th inning to pick up her 2nd save of the season. Jayna Coyle and Grace Yanits had back to back doubles in the 1st inning to lead the big 1st inning rally.

The Semi-final game was a re-match against the Predators. The Predators scored 5 runs in the 1st inning and held on for the win. 8-0. The Shock never gave up and hit the ball hard, but good solid defense from the Predators stopped any ideas of a comeback.

ALL PLAYERS should be proud of their efforts this weekend. The Coaches sure are proud of them! The team will host its 1st tournament ever on May 30-31, check this website for information.

Sunday, May 3

Bracket play on Sunday was rained out. Which means the results of the tournament were determined by pool play from Saturday. The team went 2-1 on Saturday with wins over the PA Blitz 14U and the Delco Force 16U.

After a 4 hr rain delay on Saturday, the Shock faced off against the PA Blitz 14U. Liz Newhouse led off the game with a walk and scored on a basehit blooper by Megan DeMartino. In the 2nd inning, after 2 outs, Newhouse, Jayna Coyle, DeMartino, Breanne Wallace and Sam Emert manufactured 4 more runs with 3 hits and some hard hit balls that caused errors on the defense to make the score 5-0.

That would be all starting pitcher Sam Emert would need, she threw a 1 hit shut-out with 6 k's and 0 bb's.  To make the final score 5-0.

After a loss to the North Carroll Hotshots 16U, the team rebounded to play its best and most intense game of 2009 so far, with a win over the Delco Force 16U by the score of 5-3.

Newhouse starting the game with a lead-off triple and scored on a RBI groundout by Coyle. The Shock would add to their lead in the 4th with 2 more runs on 3 straight hits from Emert, Maddy Ream, and Gaby Wolff to make the score 3-0. The Delco Force 16U scored 3 runs in the bottom of the inning to tie the game at 3. But in the top of the last inning after 1 out, Emma Coyle smacked a hard line drive down the 3rd base line to get the inning started, then was driven home on the 2nd triple of the game from Newhouse. Jayna Coyle had her 2nd RBI of the game on a SAC fly to right field to put the Shock up by 2 runs. After a 1-2-3 bottom of the inning. the Shock had won 5-3.

Newhouse pitched a complete game with 3 k's and 0 bb's. Many outstanding defensive plays were turned in by the TEAM behind her.  Breanne Wallace, threw 2 runners out trying to steal, and was solid behind the plate the whole weekend.

The Shock will travel to Latrobe, PA on May 16-17 for the NSA Spring Extreme. The team plays most of their games away and this would be a great opportunity to come see us in action! Game times will be announced soon, please check this website for those times.


Monday, April 20

The Shock traveled to Shippensburg on April 18-19 and finshed with a 2-4 record for the weekend. The team played close and tough games all weekend. 3 of the 4 games that were lost were by less than 2 runs.

The Shock lost their 1st game against the West Virginia Shockers 2-1. Sam Emert threw a complete game with an incredible 11 k's and 0 bb's. Maddy Ream scored on a feilders choice in the top of the 7th, but the Shockers stormed back scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the inning to steal the win.

After a loss to Mason-Dixon Blaze, the team battled a tough York Ballhawks team and came away with a 5-1 win. Liz Newhouse tossed a 5 hitter while striking out 5. Newhouse also had 3 hits including a triple and scored twice. Sarah Heming had 2 doubles and 3 RBI to lead the Shock. Morgan Grace had a hit and also had her 1st stolen base of the season.

The Shock entered bracket play on Sunday as the #4 seed and faced the Ballhawks, losing the game 4-2. Megan DeMartino pitched 7 innings with 3 k's and 0 bb's. Shock bats were cold getting only 1 hit in the game, which came off the bat of Jayna Coyle in the 3rd inning.

With the loss, the Shock faced an uphill battle to try and come out of the lower bracket. They responded well with a 15-1 win over the #2 seed Attitude. Sam Emert got the pitching win, going the distance only allowing 1 run.  The Shock smacked 19 hits and scored 15 runs in the win, both are franchise records. Courtney Lear, Kate Clark, Emma Coyle, Maddy Ream, Sam Emert, Sarah Heming, Megan DeMartino, and Liz Newhouse all had hits in the game. With Heming leading the way with a 5-5 and 5 RBI performance.

The win moved the team into a rematch with the Ballhawks. The Shock came out on the short end of a 4-2 game. The girls never gave up. With Sam Emert and Maddy Ream in scoring position with 2 outs in the last inning, Kate Clark drilled a line drive that was snagged by the pitcher for the last out.

The loss closed out the weekend, but many positive things were accomplished along the way. Sarah Heming had an amazing weekend at the plate going 9-19 with 10 RBI. Sam Emert finished the weekend with 14 1/3 innings pitched (13k's 2 bb's and a 0.49 E.R.A). The team also had 6 SAC bunts which is a good start.

The Shock looks forward to the healthy return of Breanne WallaceGrace Yanits, and Jayna Coyle for our next tournament on the weekend of May 2-3.

Wednesday, October 22
The girls are all smiles after finding out they will be heading to Walt Disney World in July 2009 to play in the USSSA World Series. The girls had a successful weekend in Shippensburg, PA winning 2 games on elimination Sunday.

Monday, March 16

PICTURE: Front row: Clark, Ream  Middle Row: Coach DeMartino, Lear, Yanits, DeMartino, Grace, Coach Guy Back row: Coach Emert, Heming, Coyle, Wallace, Coach Grace, Newhouse, Emert, Coach Newhouse

 The Shock had a great weekend at the Generation Sports Dome in Williamsport, Pa.. Getting a 2nd place finish in the Silver Bracket.

Liz Newhouse (8 k's 0 ER)and Megan DeMartino (4 k's 1 ER) picked up pitching wins. Sam Emert (.429 ) and Breanne Wallace (.375) were the best at the plate for Ligonier which earned wins against the Gravediggers and Ballhawks.

Sunday, October 9

The Shock traveled to Silver Spring, MD to compete in the USSSA 18U "Field of Screams" tournament. The team finished with a 3-2 record against some great "travel" ball teams.

The Shock had 4 players bat over .400 for the weekend against some fantastic opposing pitchers. Brooke Schreyer led the way with an incredible .667BA and 2RBI. Tori Parlock followed closely with a .636BA and 3RBI, Courtney Lear came away with a .500BA with 4 runs scored. Sam Emert batted .417 with 2RBI.

Emert, Megan DeMartino and Taylor Payne combined for a 3-2 record with a 1.33 ERA to go along with their 25 K's and 5 BB's. 

This was the final 2011 "fall ball" tournament for the Shock. The team will take a much deserved break before going back into the gym to prepare for "winter ball". The team will travel on November 13 to Palmyra, PA to play at the "In the Net" complex.

The fall season was a huge success, along with qualifing for the USSSA 2012 World Series in Ocean City, MD in July, the girls played great together as a team and look forward to a successful 2012.   

Monday, September 26

The USSSA "Fear the Fastpitch" tournament in Glen Burnie, MD turned out to be one of the best played tournaments of 2011. The SHOCK battled their way to the Championship Game against the Loudon Storm and came away with a 2nd place finish for the weekend.

Courtney Lear (.455 BA) led the way at the plate, followed by the "hot" bats of Jackie Howell (.444 BA), and MacKayla Maust (.400 BA with a HR and 4RBI). Jordan Syfert was fantastic behind the plate again and came through with 3 SAC bunts.

Megan DeMartino and Sam Emert combined for a 2-1 record to go along with their 1.65 ERA for the tournament.

Due to injury the team was fortunate to have Taylor Payne and Taylor McKnight of the Hollidaysburg Blue Diamonds fill the roster. Both players were exceptional and the SHOCK would like to "Thank" them again for making the trip.

The SHOCK will make a return trip south in 2 weeks to compete in the "Field of Screams" tournament in Olney, MD. 

Saturday, September 10

The Shock traveled to Bellwood, PA to compete in the Razorbacks "2011 Fall Brawl" and came away with a 3-1 record for the day and a 2nd place finish. The Holidaysburg Blue Diamonds defeated the Shock 3-0 in a hard fought championship game.

Leading the charge at the plate was Sam Emert (.455BA, 2 RBI), Ricki Conrad (.417BA, 3 RUNS, 3 RBI), MacKayla Maust (.375BA), Tori Parlock (.364BA, 3 RUNS), and Jordan Syfert (.300BA).

Megan DeMartino, Savannah Leonard and Emert earned a win each and combined for a 1.33 ERA.

Morgan Grace and Jill Clark filled in the roster for the day and helped out in numerous situations. Thank You.

The Shock will travel to Hagerstown, Md in 2 weeks to compete in the USSSA "Hub City Hoedown". 

Sunday, August 28

The 2012 SHOCK made the 4+ hr trip to Wilkes-Barre, and played solid under some not so good conditions. Hurricane Irene threatened all day and then showed up in the evening.

The team was led at the plate by Tori Parlock (.500 BA, 4BB, 2RBI), Ricki Conrad (.444 BA, 5 Runs), Jackie Howell (.375 BA) and MacKayla Maust (.333 BA, HR, 6 RBI).

Megan DeMartino led the way in the circle with 9 k's and a 0 ERA. Sam Emert and Conrad were also solid combining for 7 k's and 1 BB in 14+ innings.

The Shock played stellar defensively committing only 1 error all day. Jordan Syfert was great as the new Shock catcher and she also scored twice, Courtney Lear had 6 assists and 3 put outs from the 2nd base position and batted .333. Lexi Murin contributed at the plate with a 2 run double.

The Shock will travel to Chambersburg, PA in 2 weeks to compete in the USSSA Autumn Blast. 

Sunday, August 14

The Ligonier Valley Shock 16U/18U took 1st place at the Bellwood tournament this past weekend. The team went 3-0, with 8-7, 7-2, and 7-0 victories.

Sam Emert led the way at the plate with a .500 BA and 4RBI. Megan DeMartino (.429BA, 4RBI), Jackie Howell (.429BA), Breanne Wallace (.400BA, 4RBI), and Tori Parlock (.375BA, 5 runs scored), also had a big weekend.

DeMartino was sharp in the circle with 3-0 record and an ERA of 1.02 combined with 12K's.

In 2 weeks the Shock will travel to Wilkes-Barre, PA for the 4th consecutive year.


Tuesday, July 26

The SHOCK just recently returned from the USSSA World Series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, FL with a 9th place finish. The team finished with a 4-4 record against some of the best teams in the nation.

The team rallied for wins over teams from Florida, Missouri, Kentucky and Pennsylvania.

With temperatures in the mid-90's during the week, Sam Emert was just as hot with a 2.38 ERA to go along with 22K's while gaining 3 wins.

Tori Parlock was solid from the leadoff position with a .444 BA, followed by Emert (.412), Megan DeMartino (.375), Brooke Schreyer (.375), and Jill Penatzer (.375).

Sunday, July 10

The Shock played in their final tune-up tournament before heading to the USSSA World Series in Orlando, FL and came away with a 2nd place result.

The Shock offense came alive at times, led by Liz Newhouse (.600BA, 7RBI, 2B(4), HR), MacKayla Maust (.500BA, 4RBI), Kara Butler (.471BA, 4RBI), Breanne Wallace (.444BA, 6RBI) and Megan DeMartino (.429BA, 2B (3)).

The pitching staff combined for a 4-2 record and a 2.23 ERA.

Tuesday, July 26


GAMES and INNINGS: WALLACE (65 games - 373 innings) 

B.A.: PARLOCK (.435)











I.P.: EMERT (156) 

K: EMERT (100)

W: EMERT (18) 

Tuesday, July 26

SHOCK Single Season Leaders:


PARLOCK (52) (2011)


WALLACE (15) (2011)


NEWHOUSE (8) (2011)


JOHNSON (8) (2010)


PARLOCK (52) (2011)


WALLACE (49) (2010)


DORN (21) (2010) 


YANITS (31) (2010) 


NEWHOUSE (37) (2009)


NEWHOUSE (.448) (2010)


EMERT (156) (2011)


NEWHOUSE (178) (2008)


EMERT (1.84) (2011)


EMERT (18) (2011)

Monday, July 4

The SHOCK traveled to Olney, MD for the Freeman Memorial Tournament this past weekend and came away with a 1st place Championship. 

Saturday's pool play didn't start off well for the Shock with 2 losses, but the team was able to re-group for 4 straight, hard-fought wins and another 1st place finish in Maryland.

Megan DeMartino led the pitching staff with a 2-0 record and 0.45 ERA.

Liz Newhouse led the batters with a .625 BA which included 4 triples, followed by Sam Emert (.437), Breanne Wallace (.353), Jackie Howell (.333) and Tori Parlock (.333). MacKayla Maust and Emert had 5 RBI each.

Wallace was solid behind the plate throwing out 4 of 5 base stealers. 


Sunday, June 12

Shock traveled to the Willoughby Starzz tournament in Willoughby, OH. With a 5-1 record for the tournament that secured a 3rd place finish, the best finish for the Shock at this tournament in 4 years.

The Shock bashed the ball all weekend with 8 players batting over .400 for the tournament.

Jackie Howell (.571 BA, 8 Hits, 4RBI), MacKayla Maust (.571 BA, 8 Hits, 5 RBI), Tori Parlock (.500 BA, 10 Hits (2HR), 8 RBI), Jill Penatzer (.471 BA, 8 Hits, 6 Runs), Liz Newhouse (.455 BA, 5 Hits (1 HR), 4RBI), Sam Emert (.437 BA, 7 Hits, 4RBI), Breanne Wallace (.412 BA, 7 Hits, 7 Runs), Kara Butler (.400 BA, 8 Hits (1 HR), 7 RBI). 

Pitching was fantastic, with Megan DeMartino, Emert and Parlock combining for an incredible 5-1 record with 29 K's and a .68 ERA. The pitchers got great support from their defense, comitting only 3 errors all weekend, Courtney Lear was tremendous with highlight reel plays at the 2nd base position.

Shock will take a much needed break until the USSSA State Championships in Pittsburgh on June 24.

Tuesday, June 7

The Shock hosted their 3rd annual tournament and played in their 3 consecutive championship game and came up 1 win short, getting the runner-up trophy again.

The Shock played 8 games for the weekend coming away with a 5-2-1 record. With 2 extra innings wins over the Pittsburgh Spirit and wins over the LH Lightning, Pittsburgh Tornados, and Pittsburgh Power.

Big hitters for the weekend were Sam Emert (.409 BA, 5 RBI, 4 RUNS), Liz Newhouse (.409 BA, 3 RBI, 6 RUNS), Breanne Wallace (3 run) & Kara Butler (solo) hit HR's. All players had at least 1 hit, 1 run and 1 RBI.

Pitching was spectacular with Megan DeMartino and Sam Emert leading the way with a combined 4-1 record with 21 k's. Emert was low on the pole with a 1.56 E.R.A.

The team will travel to Willoughby, Oh this weekend for the 4th consecutive year.

Tuesday, September 14

The Shock 16U traveled to Germantown, MD last weekend and played their way to a 1st place finish, with a 4-1 record for the weekend.

The tournament started out tough for the Shock as the team lost it's 1st game to the Clarksburg Champions by a score of 7-5. Liz Newhouse, Jackie Howell and MacKayla Maust and Courtney Lear had the only hits in the game.

The bats came alive in the 2nd game as the Shock pounded the home team Red Raiders 10-0. Sam Emert tossed a no-hitter while striking out 5. Jill Penatzer, Tori Parlock, Newhouse and Emert each scored multiple times in the game. The 1-1 record made the team the #5 seed for Sunday's bracket play.

After a Saturday night rain, the tournament was delayed until Sunday afternoon. The extra time gave the Shock a chance to catch their breath, to win the tournament the team would have to beat the #4, #3 and #1 seeds. They did just that, with wins over the Lady Wildcats, Lady Cougars and a championship re-match with the Clarksburg Champions.

The team smashed out 45 hits, highlighted by Newhouses go-ahead grand-slam in game 4. Newhouse (.643), Howell (.615), Parlock (.500), Emert (.462), and Maust (.385) led the team.

Great pitching, defense and timely hitting was the secret to the teams success. Courtney Lear, and Breanne Wallace were spectacular in the field. Kaylee Grassmyer filled in for the weekend, she had 2 hits and scored 3 runs and had 1 RBI.

The team will now travel to Shippensburg this weekend to compete in the "Fall Spectacular".

Monday, September 20

The Shock traveled to Shippensburg, PA this weekend on the heels of a tournament victory last weekend in Germantown, MD. The Saturday schedule doesn't come much tougher, the girls were scheduled for 4 games in a row starting at 9:30am. After a long, frustrating day the players managed to come away with an 0-2-2 record. Which wasn't bad considering the team was the only 16U team at the event playing against 18U teams.

Saturday did have one highlight, Kara Butler smashed 3HRs in her SHOCK debut. The team just needed a little boost for Sunday, which came to the hotel on Saturday night. Sam Emert and Courtney Lear made the trip after their volleyball tournament and it seemed to spark the team. Look out Sunday, here they come!

Whoever the Shock played Sunday morning wasn't going to stand a chance. It was the Lady Braves. The Shock put a 9-1 win under their belts, led by the bat of Tori Parlock who hit for the cycle along with 3RBI, and Breanne Wallace who hit her 1st HR of the season. Liz Newhouse and Sam Emert shared pitching duties and held the Braves to 2 hits.

In game 2 against the PA Alley Cats ,the Shock busted out to a 2-0 lead in the 1st inning on RBI singles from Newhouse and Butler, the lead held until the 5th when the Cats scored 2 of their own to tie the game. In the top of the 7th, Jill Penatzer, Parlock and Newhouse loaded the bases with no outs, Butler hit a long fly ball to centerfield which looked to be going out of the park but the fielder made a spectacular catch. The base runners all tagged up then Parlock scored on a wild pitch and Emert hit a Sac fly to give the Shock a 5-2 lead which would be the final score.

The Championship game will become one of the great games in Shock history. The PA Ball Hawks always give the Shock a good game and this one disappoint. The Shock held a 2-1 lead going into the bottom of the 7th only to see the Ball Hawks score a run to tie the game at 2-2. the teams would have to go to extra-innings to decide the Champion. Courtney Lear drove in Nicole Dorn in the top of the 8th to give the Shock a 3-2 lead. The BallHawks matched that with their own run to make the score 3-3 after 8. In the 9th Kara Butler hit a double into the gap scoring Newhouse and giving the Shock the lead once again at 4-3. The Ball Hawks just wouldnt go away, they would get runners at 2nd and 3rd with 1 out, but Sam Emert would get the strike out for out #2 and would end the game on a fly ball to Parlock in right field. Game Over, Shock wins it's 2nd 18U tournament in a row. Congratulations to all the players on a well played tournament.



Monday, May 30

The 16U SHOCK traveled to the "Memorial Day USSSA Super NIT" tournament in Penn Township and came away with 2nd place.

The Shock completed the "pool" play with a 3-1 record with wins over the Steel City Cyclones (2-1), Laurel Highlands Lightning (7-1), and Cayuga Gamblers (9-3) and a loss to the Punxsatawney Rockets (9-5). That secured a #5 seed for "bracket" play.

Single elimination bracket play began with a game against #12 seed Monroeville Gators and gained a 6-2 victory. The next game was a rematch vs the #4 seed Steel City Cyclones and the outcome was the same, a 6-1 Shock victory. The semi-final game was against the #1 seed Nitros, the Shock players played their best game of the weekend and the result was a hard fought 3-1 win, to set up the Championship game vs the Pittsburgh Spirit. The Spirit jumped out to a quick lead and held on for the 9-1 win.

Big hitters for the weekend were,Tori Parlock (.500 BA, 12 hits including 2 triples and 7 runs scored), Sam Emert (.526 BA, 10 hits including 2 doubles and 6 RBI). Megan DeMartino led the pitching squad with an incredible 5 wins 0.84 ERA, 25 K's and 2 BB's in 25 innings pitched. Each player had her moment in the sun, the 6-2 record for the weekend was a total "team" effort and the players gave everything 100% all weekend.

The team will be hosting the 3rd annual "Shock" qualifier this weekend, and look to keep up the good work!

Christmas 2010
Friday, January 14

Sunday, September 20

The SHOCK played in a 3 team scrimmage on Sunday with the Hollidaysburg Blue Diamonds 16U and the Central PA Eagles (Bald Eagle Area). This was our 1st "game" experience with our 2010 team. The game schedule is as follows:

In the 1st game against Hollidaysburg, Bailley Caviness drove in Nicole Dorn and Breanne Wallace with a double against the left field wall in the 1st inning then scored on a fielders choice, to take a 3-0 lead. Hollidaysburg battled back to make the score 3-2, until Sam Emert drove in Sami Johnson in the top of the 7th to give the Shock a 4-2 win. Megan DeMartino, Liz Newhouse and Emert combined on the pitching efforts striking out 9 batters and giving up only 2 hits.

In the 2nd game, the Shock faced an awesome Central PA Eagles team. The Shock put up a good fight, losing 2-0. Morgan Grace, Courtney Lear and Dorn had the only hits against the Eagles good pitching. DeMartino, Newhouse and Emert had the pitching duties again, striking out 7, walking 2 and giving up 0 earned runs.


Wednesday, April 28

Every SHOCK player is currently a member of a school team, from Softball to Track to Jr High Volleyball. We try to acknowledge their accomplishments as much as we can.

Bailley Caviness (North Star) was 2-3 including a 2-run home run against Westmont.

Sam Emert (Rockwood) was 3-4 including 2 doubles against Conemaugh Township.

Liz Newhouse (Ligonier) pitched 2 scoreless innings while striking out 5 of 6 batters against United.


Jill Penatzer (Windber) pitched a complete game and scored the winning run against Shade 6-5.

Nicole Dorn (Westmont) had a single in a loss to Bedford. She also threw out a runner trying to steal 2nd in a game vs Forest Hills.


Bailley Caviness (North Star) had a double and 2 RBI in a 12-2 win over Berlin.

Liz Newhouse (Ligonier) had the game of a lifetime in a 14-0 victory over Purchase Line. Newhouse pitched (6K's) and was 3-4 at the plate with 2 doubles, and a over-the-fence grand slam, she also had 7 RBI.


Megan DeMartino (Berlin) had an incredible game against Turkeyfoot Valley. Megan pitched a "perfect" game! She struck out 18 of the 21 batters she faced.

Sam Emert (Rockwood) pitched a 2-hitter in a 15-0 win over against Meyersdale. She was also 2-3 with 4 RBI.

Jill Penatzer (Windber) pitched great in a 16-4 win over North Star. Jill was also 2-4 with a double and 3 RBI.

Bailley Caviness (North Star) was 3-3 with a double and a 3-run HR.

Sami Johnson (Berlin) had a double in her only at bat against Meyersdale.


Megan DeMartino (Berlin) had another great game on the mound. She struck out 14 batters in a 6-1 defeat of Shade. Megan also had a 2 run double to help her cause.

Megan's season stats are outstanding. The sophomore pitcher has a 5-2 record with 80 k's and 6 bb's and an ERA of 0.81.


Jill Penatzer (Windber) and Sam Emert (Rockwood) were both 2-2 in their games against Conemaugh Valley and Shade.


Nicole Dorn (Westmont) had a good game behind the plate, throwing out the only player from Somerset that tried to steal.

Jill Penatzer (Windber) had 2 hits in her game against Shanksville.


Sami Johnson (Berlin) has found her groove! Sami was 3-4 with another HR today in Berlin's 16-2 win vs Ferndale. Megan DeMartino had another dominating pitching performance, striking out 11 to raise her season total to 103 for the year and also her 7th win of the season. Megs was also 2-2 at the plate.

Lizzie Newhouse (Ligonier) was 3-3 in Ligonier's win at Penns Manor, then she followed that up with another 3-3 in the JV game!

MacKayla Maust (North Star) had a double in her JV game.


Not all of our players are on softball teams in the spring. Grace Yanits runs track for Ligonier. They recently had a meet at Penns Manor where she was part of the 4x100 relay team that won. Another player, Breanne Wallace (Ligonier) took 3rd in the shot put with a distance of 27'10". Great job girls!


Sam Emert (Rockwood) tossed a 1 hitter while striking out 9 in a 15-2 win over Turkeyfoot Valley. 

Sami Johnson (Berlin) continued her hot hitting with a single, double and triple, and Megan DeMartino (Berlin) struck out 8 but it wasn't enough in a 5-1 loss to Shade.

North Star played a doubleheader against Ferndale. MacKayla Maust (North Star)had an unbelievable day at the plate. for the 2 games she was 6-7 with 2 HR, a triple, a double, and 2 singles.


Sam Emert (Rockwood) was 2-4 with 3 RBI in their 12-6 win over Shanksville. She also pitched 6 innings getting 7 K's to get the win. Sami Johnson (Berlin) had another HR her 3rd of the year, she also added a single and Megan DeMartino (Berlin) had a double in their 7-6 loss to undefeated Blacklick Valley.



Shock 2010
Saturday, May 22

The SHOCK traveled to Shippensburg, PA to compete in the USSSA "May Slider" tournament. It looked like the weekend would get wiped out because of the weather, but the rain stayed away and the games were played on Saturday. Sunday was a different story, the rain came in and canceled Sunday's bracket play which meant Saturday's games would determine the winner. With a record of 2-0-1, the SHOCK were declared the champions.

The SHOCK came out with something to prove on Saturday morning. The first game was against the Rockettes. 5 of the first 6 batters for SHOCK crossed home plate in the 1st inning, and the pitching was excellent in a 6-0 win. Liz Newhouse and Bailley Caviness each had 2 hits, along with Nicole Dorn, Sam Emert and Breanne Wallace adding a hit a piece.

Game 2 featured solid pitching and defense in a 7-1 win over the Avalanche. Emert, Newhouse, Jill Penatzer and Megan DeMartino limited the opposition to 4 hits. The SHOCK once again came out swinging in the 1st inning, with 7 of the first 8 batters scoring runs.

In the final game of the day, the Shock faced the Chesapeake Lady Chargers, an 18U team that has 5 high school seniors that have already committed to play at the college level. The SHOCK was not intimidated at all. The girls took a 4-1 lead to see the visitors come back and take a 5-4 lead, but this team never stops until the game is over, Newhouse tied the game on a passed ball and Emert shut the door on any comeback the Chargers had in mind.

Individual highlights included Dorn's 4 beautiful SAC bunts. Lead-off batter Grace Yanits was on base 6 times out of 10 AB's. Strong defense from ALL the players who only committed 2 errors all day. Outstanding pitching from DeMartino, Emert, Newhouse and Penatzer, who combined for 23 k's and only 2 bb's. Wallace and MacKayla Maust shared the catching duties and performed quite well.

In two weeks, the Shock will be hosting its 2nd annual USSSA World Series Qualifier at the fields in Darlington.  

Sunday, October 25


NEWHOUSE (121) (2008-2010), WALLACE (116) (2008-2010)


NEWHOUSE (117) (2008-2010), WALLACE (82) (2008-2010)


NEWHOUSE (83) (2008-2010), YANITS (57) (2008-2010)


NEWHOUSE (76) (2008-2010), WALLACE (51) (2008-2010)


NEWHOUSE (56) (2008-2010), YANITS (50) (2008-2010) 


NEWHOUSE (.373) (117-314) (2008-2010) 


NEWHOUSE (271 1/3) (2008-2009), EMERT (151 1/3) (2009-2010), DEMARTINO (107) (2009-2010) 


NEWHOUSE (336) (2008-2009), EMERT (120) (2009-2010), DEMARTINO (75) (2009-2010) 


NEWHOUSE (21) (2008-2010), EMERT (13) (2009-2010), DEMARTINO (12) (2009-2010)


Sunday, August 29

The Shock traveled to Wilkes-Barre for the weekend and came back with a 2nd place finish.

Saturdays' games were against the Columbia County Rampage, Wicked Insanity and the Wyoming Valley Vipers. The Shock went 2-0-1 for the day securing the #1 seed for Sunday.

Sunday morning the Shock put up 14 hits and scored 9 runs against Wicked Insanity on route to a 9-2 win. The win put the Shock in the Championship game against the Rampage. The Rampage belted out 11 hits to win 9-1.

The Shock collected 40 hits for the weekend, led by Tori Parlock with 7 hits, MacKayla Maust and Jill Penatzer had 6 hits each.

Shock pitchers combined for a 2.66 E.R.A with Liz Newhouse, Sam Emert, and Parlock each picking up a win.


                       BOMBS AWAY!

The SHOCK took 1st place at the USSSA "Summer Heat" tournament with a 6-0 record for the weekend. The bats came alive on Saturday morning and never quit. The team outscored their opponents by a score of 58-9.

The team combined for 8 over-the-fence homeruns, 4 coming off the bat of Liz Newhouse, 3 from Sami Johnson and 1 from Breanne Wallace and all three drove in 10 runs each. Sam Emert was most consistent with a weekend batting average of .545 which included 2 triples. The team batted an amazing .388 for the 6 games.

Emert, Newhouse and Megan DeMartino led the way on the mound with 2 wins a piece, 34 strikeouts and a combined ERA of 0.93 for the tournament.


Wednesday, July 21




AVERAGE: NEWHOUSE (.448), PENATZER (.437), WALLACE (.345), MAUST (.306)










INNINGS: DEMARTINO (129 1/3), NEWHOUSE (103),  EMERT (69 2/3)

ERA: NEWHOUSE (2.24), EMERT (2.31), DEMARTINO (2.71), 




Monday, September 7

The Shock made the 5+ hr bus trip to Wilkes-Barre, PA to compete in the 3rd annual Wyoming Valley Vipers tournament. The Shock has participated in all 3 events with trips to the Championship game every year. This year would not be different.

After an extremely rough day on Saturday, which resulted in 3 tough losses the Shock responded well with a great Sunday, advancing to the Championship Game in the silver bracket.

The Shock started off the weekend with losses to a great Wyoming Valley Flames team 6-1, Lackawanna Lightning 2-0 and the Hurricanes 2-0. The bats were silent all day with the only hits coming from Nicole Dorn, Morgan Grace, Breanne Wallace and Gaby Wolff. The Shock pitchers did great to keep the team in the games.

After a rough day like Saturday, teams can fold and look to their next tournament. NOT this team. The girls came out Sunday with something to prove to themselves and their fans. The team scored 3 runs in the first inning of game 1 and cruised to an 11-4 victory over the Lady Venom. Liz Newhouse smashed her 5th HR of the season, Grace Yanits and Breanne Wallace each collected 2 hits, while Sam Emert collected her 3rd win of the season with a solid effort on the mound.

The team had a score to settle with the Lackawanna Lightning in game 2. Lackawanna no-hit the Shock on Saturday, that would not happen on Sunday, Sam Johnson would make sure of that crushing her 4th HR of the season and collecting 5 RBI in a 6-1 win. Courney Lear, who was playing defensive only this weekend because of injury, recorded 4 assists and 2 put outs for the game. Megan DeMartino got her 3rd win of the season striking out 8 batters and walking 0.

The win put the Shock in the finals against a solid PA Blast team. The Blast jumped out to a 2-0 lead and held it till the top of the 7th when Johnson led off the inning with a walk and was followed by 3 straight hits from Wallace, Emert and Newhouse to tie the score at 2-2. The comeback was spoiled on a 2out hit to give the Blast the 3-2 win in the bottom of the 7th. Newhouse was strong on the mound striking out 10!

The team will now enjoy a much deserved break until they travel to IUP to compete in the USSSA "Fall Spectacular" on Sept. 19-20. This is a close to home tournament and we encourage you to come see your home team in action. You will not be dissapointed! Check this website for details.

Monday, July 8
The Shock finished with a 2nd place finish at the Blast in the Burgh tournament.
The team lost in the Championship game to the Ohio Lasers, a team from Columbus, OH that has 7 D1 recruits on its roster, 1-0 in extra innings.
The team fought hard all weekend going 5-2 and bringing their summer record to 24-5-2.
Players leading the way at the plate were Bridgit Yothers (,600BA, 8 runs, 3 RBI), Tori Parlock (.474BA, 5 runs, 5 RBI), and Sckylaur Kane (.412BA, 4 runs, 2RBI).
Taylor Payne (0.39 ERA, 27K - 5BB) and Sam Emert (0.54 ERA, 13K - 3BB) pitched great throughout the weekend.

Monday, July 1
The Shock went undefeated at the Stars & Stripes tournament with a 5-0-1 record, but with a 4-2 lead in the semi-final game, the tournament was rained out. Pool play determined the final standing and a 2nd place finish.
Big hitters for the weekend were Rachel Oplinger (.600BA, 9-15, 4RBI and 3RUNS), Tori Parlock (.588BA, 10-17, 8RUNS and 6 RBI), Breanne Wallace (.407BA, 7-15, 8RBI and 5RUNS), Bridget Yothers (.400BA, 6-15, 13RUNS and 4RBI), Courtney Lear (.600BA, 3-5, 2RUNS, 1 RBI). 
Pitching was solid again with Sam Emert, Taylor Payne, Parlock and Yothers combining for a 5-0-1 record, 29K's and 4BB's and a 1.13 ERA.
The team will travel to Monroeville, PA to compete in the Blast in the Burgh tournament next weekend.


SHOCK 2013
Monday, June 24
The SHOCK traveled to Chambersburg, PA to compete in the USSSA Central PA State Championships and came away with a 5-1 record and a 3rd place finish. The team battled some great competetion and 90+ temperatures.
Swinging hot bats for the weekend were Bridget Yothers (.500BA, 5 RUNS, 4RBI), Sckylaur Kane (.429BA, 4 RUNS, 6RBI), Morgan James (.429BA, 5 RUNS), Breanne Wallace (.353BA, 6RBI), Taylor Payne (.364BA, 5RBI), and Kiley Julian (.500BA, 2RBI, 1 RUN).
Payne led the pitching staff with a 3-0 record with 18K, 2BB and a 2.21 ERA.
The Shock will travel back to Chambersburg this weekend to compete in the Stars and Stripes tournament.

Monday, June 10
The Shock had a successful weekend at the IUP Showcase Tournament battling to a 3rd place finish. The team ended up with a 5-1-1 record for the weekend.
Leading hitters for the team were Sam Emert (.579 BA, 11-19 w/2-2B and 5RBI), Morgan James (.526 BA, 10-19 w/2-2B and 2RBI), Breanne Wallace (.444BA, 8-18 w/3-2B, 4RBI and 4 runs), Bridgit Yothers (.375BA, 6-16, 3RBI and 4runs), Kara Butler (.353BA, 6-17 w/2-2B and 2RBI), and Sckylaur Kane (.353BA, 6-17, 3RBI and 4 runs).
Pitching was outstanding for the 2nd consecutive weekend, with Emert (3-0, 0.68 ERA) leading the way, with Tori Parlock securing a 2-0 record and a 1.40 ERA. The staff which also included Yothers had a 0.90 ERA with 25 K's in 39 innings pitched.
The Shock will take next weekend off, and then will be traveling to Greencastle, PA to compete in the USSSA State tournament on June 21-23.


Sunday, May 26

The SHOCK competed in the Memorial Day USSSA Super NIT in Harrison City, PA and ened up with a 4-1 record for the weekend. Even though the weekend ended with a dissapointing loss on Sunday afternoon, the team had a successful weekend with a strong set of pool play games on Saturday.

Leading hitters for the weekend were Rachel Oplinger (.417BA including a double, 2 triples and 4RBI), Breanne Wallace (.444BA with 1 run and 4 RBI), Tori Parlock (.400BA including 2 doubles, 2 runs and 2 RBI), Taylor Payne (.400BA, with 2 RBI), Kara Butler (3 RBI and 3 runs), Morgan James and Sckylaur Kane also scored 3 runs each.

Pitching was incredible with Sam Emert, Bridgit Yothers, Payne and Parlock combining for a 4-1 record, 1.21 E.R.A. with 32 K's and 9 BB.

The team will host it's home tournament next weekend then get back into action at the IUP Showcase tournament in on June 6-7-8.


Sunday, August 4
K'S: EMERT (118)
ERA: EMERT (0.87)