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(10/24/12) Last Sunday, the Lady Tigers Slow-Pitch Softball Team played four games to finish out their regular season at 8-6.  That marks the seventh consecutive season their W-L record has been over .500.

The Tigers hosted the Hampton Lady Talbots at Marshall Middle School at noon and 2 pm.  In game #1, the Tigers led 4-0 after 3 innings, but Hampton came back to make it close at 5-4, only to have the Tigers put up 7 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning to win 12-8.  Leading the Tigers’ offensive attack were “back to back” homeruns by Laura Puntil, with 3 RBIs, and Courtney Wolfe with 1 RBI.  The Tigers also played some great defense.  Marlee Tyler made a great running catch on a line drive in the hole at short to start the game and Hayley Doak threw a runner out at the plate from right field in the 4th inning to stop a 4-run rally by the Talbots.

In game #2, another close contest, the Tigers were led on offense by Marlee Tyler with 3 hits, Laura Puntil with a double, a HR and 3 RBIs and Courtney Wolfe went 4 for 4.  Again, the Tiger defense came up big with Ashley Tresky throwing out two runners, the first, trying to stretch a single into a double, from the fence in left-center field and later in the game; she took a hit away from a batter by throwing out a runner at second base coming from first base.  Bethany Schopper turned a double-play at second base to end an inning.  The Tigers played some solid defense all day, winning the second game by the score of 10-6.

Then, the Tigers traveled to Montour to play the Lady Spartans at 6 PM and 8 PM.  In an exciting first game, the Tigers won 15-14, with Autumn Devine making the game ending catch in left field, stranding Spartans at second and third base.  The Tigers continued to play good defense.  Autumn Devine turned a double play, catching a fly ball in left field on the run, throwing to Marlee Tyler at shortstop and Marlee throwing to Melissa Sharlow at home to get the runner tagging from third base.  Autumn made another great running catch in left field to take a hit away from a Spartan batter.  Leading the offensive attack for the Tigers were Bethany Schopper with 3 hits, a walk, and an RBI, Kristen Kovalchik with a HR and 4 RBIs, Katelyn Cerutti with a single, two doubles and 3 RBIs, Rachel Brown with 3 singles and 2 RBIs, and Melissa Sharlow with a single, a double and 1 RBI.

 It was very cold at the start of game #2, but the Tigers came out ready to play.  Their bats were “on fire”, scoring 12 runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning to take a 16-1 lead.  They scored 6 more in the 4th to lead  22-3.  The Spartans did not quit, scoring 10 runs in the top of the 5th to cut the score to 22-13.  In the bottom of the 5th, the Tigers had three straight singles by Ashley Tresky, Marlee Tyler and Bethany Schopper to end the game on the 10-run rule, 23-13.  Also leading the offensive attack for the Tigers were Marlee Tyler with 3 singles and a double, Bethany Schopper with 4 RBIs, Katelyn Ceruti with 2 doubles, a homerun, and 4 RBIs, Ashley Tresky had 3 singles, and Kristen Kovalchik had a single, a double, and 3 RBIs.  Once again, the defense came up with some “big” plays.  Ashley Tresky threw out a runner from left-center, who was trying to go from first to third on a base hit.  The outfield made two great catches to take runs away from the Spartans.  Courtney Dollhopf made a great catch in right-center to take at least one run away and Courtney Wolfe made a great “over-the-head” catch in right field to take at least one run away.

The Tigers will play this Saturday at Fairhaven Field in Montour at 1:30 pm as they begin defense of their 2011 title.  Please come out and support your Lady Tigers.

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(10/16/12) The North Allegheny Lady Tigers Slow-pitch Softball team traveled to Plum on Sunday, October 14th to take on the Mustangs. In game 1, the Tigers could only collect eight hits including a double and two singles from Jenna Marinstein and fell to the Mustangs, 12-2.

In game #2, the Tigers scored five runs in the first inning and five runs again in the fifth inning, but fell to the Mustangs 24-11.  Leading the Tigers' attack were Marlee Tyler, Bethany Schopper, Laura Puntil, and Aly Stroyne with 3 hits each.

The Tigers are now 4-6 and will play two double-headers next Sunday, October 21st.  They will face Hampton at home on the Marshall Middle School field at noon and 2 pm and then travel to Montour to play at 5 pm and 7:30 pm.

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(10/7/12) North Allegheny slow pitch hosted Fort Cherry on Sunday and split the doubleheader with the visiting Rangers.  Both teams earned wins in the bottom of the 7th.  In the first game, the Tigers trailed 7-5 before exploding for eight runs in the third inning.  Fort Cherry battled back to tie the game at 17-17 in the top of the seventh.  In the bottom of the inning, Hayley Doak walked to lead off.  Then, Marlee Tyler singled, sending Doak to second.  Bethany Schopper drove in the winning run, giving the Tigers a win in the first game, 18-17.

In the second game, the Tigers again led after three innings and again Fort Cherry chipped away.  Down two in the bottom of the seventh, the Rangers struck for a three run walk off home run, as the Tigers lost a heartbreaker, 19-18.

Slow pitch will be back in action this coming weekend at Plum.

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(9/24/12)  The North Allegheny Lady Tigers slow-pitch softball team traveled to Aspinwall on Thursday, September 20 to play Fox Chapel. The Tigers got off to a slow start and the game was tied 2-2 after 2 innings. Then the Tigers’ bats exploded over the next three innings scoring 4, 9, and 5 runs to cruise to a 20-3 win. Leading the Tigers was Katelyn Cerutti with a double, a grand-slam homerun and 7 RBIs. Jenna Marinstein was on base all four times with two singles and two walks. Kristen Kovalchik and Alexx Grumski each had a triple. Rachael Brown, Marlee Tyler, and Kalynn Posati contributed with two hits each.

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(9/17/12)  The North Allegheny Lady Tigers slow-pitch softball team played host to Mt. Pleasant on Sunday, September 16th at Marshall Middle School.  In game #1, NA led 5-4 after five innings.  Mt. Pleasant tied the game and sent it to extra innings, leading 10-8 going into the bottom of the 8thAshley Tresky had the game winning walk-off hit with a bases loaded, two run double to deep left field.  NA won 11-10.  Also contributing to the win were Courtney Wolfe with a double, a triple, and two RBIs and Alexx Grumski with two doubles and a single.  Bethany Schopper got her second win of the season.

In game #2, the Tigers led 6-2 after 2 and a half innings, then Mt. Pleasant exploded with 13 hits and 11 runs to take a 13-6 lead after 4 innings.  They went on to win 16-11.  Leading the Tigers were Marlee Tyler (3 for 4), Jenna Marinstein (3 for 4), Kristen Poole (one double and 2 HRs and 7 RBIs), Courtney Wolfe (3 for 4), and Kristen Kovalchik (3 for 4).  On defense, Jenna Marinstein made two great inning ending catches, as did Kristen Poole

The Tigers are now 2-1 and will take on Fox Chapel Thursday night at Aspinwall Field.  Then they will travel to play Shaler at Reserve Elementary on Sunday, September 23rd at noon and 2 pm.

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(9/12/12)  The North Allegheny Tigers Lady slow-pitch softball team began defense of their 2011 WPISL title on Wednesday at Marshall Middle School when they hosted the North Hills Indians.

North Allegheny built an 11-1 lead after 4 innings behind three singles by Caitlyn Cerutti, an RBI triple by Rachel Brown, and a grand slam homerun by Kristen Poole. 

North Hills made a comeback in the 5th and 6th innings, scoring 6 runs in each inning, but the Tigers answered with 8 runs of their own, thanks to homeruns by Kalsey Kurtanich and Courtney Wolfe.  Bethany Schopper got the win,  pitching four and two thirds innings while allowing just an earned run.

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Bob Bozzuto at:  bbozzuto@northallegheny.org

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