Peters spins four-hitter in PHS win

BERLIN – Junior Sylvia Peters twirled a four-hitter in pitching the Plymouth Panthers to a 5-2 win over Berlin in the opener of a softball doubleheader here April 25.

Peters walked four, struck out six and hit one batter in the East Central Conference game.

The Indians won the nightcap, 11-4. PHS is 2-7 in ECC play (3-11 overall). Berlin is 1-3 in the league (1-6 overall).

In game one, Vanessa Arbuckle cracked a two-run double in the top of the fifth inning which gave PHS a 4-1 lead. Sommer Stoney contributed an RBI double in the first.

Peters and Stoney led PHS in hits with two each.

The losing pitcher was Madalyn Naparella who allowed four earned runs on eight hits with four walks and five strikeouts in going the route.


The Indians blew the game open early as they mounted an 8-0 lead after only two innings. Berlin erupted for five runs in the first on four hits.

Berlin banged out 14 hits, and were aided by four PHS errors which led to six unearned runs.

The winning pitcher was Cassandra DeMaster who gave up seven hits and two walks while striking out two.

Maezie Reilly, who was called up from the junior varsity, was the starting pitcher for PHS and took the loss. Reilly allowed 11 runs (five earned) on 14 hits with four walks and three strikeouts in four innings.

Stoney led the Panthers in hits with two. Kennedy Arbuckle, Vanessa Arbuckle, Jessica Leider and Elsa Blad had one RBI each for PHS.

Bailey Sternitske and Naparella led the Indians in RBIs with three each.

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