Washington School’s Allie Stevens provided the pitching, and Haleigh Cingolani provided the big blast to help the Lady Generals break out of a losing streak Thursday with a 12-0 home victory over Greenville Christian School.
Stevens, the Washington ace, pitched a complete game no hitter against the Lady Saints.
The Lady Generals broke the game away in the bottom of the second when they scored 10 runs. Cingolani’s home run over the left field was the highlight of the inning. Her round tripper sailed into the trees over the left field fence, and it was her first home run of the season.
“We played good and we finally started hitting a bit,” Washington School Coach Hunter Palasini said. “Allie also pitched well which was important, of course.”
The win for Washington School snapped a six-game losing streak, and it could not have come at a better time for Coach Hunter Palasini and his team.
“The last few games we just could not finish,” the coach said. We played some good teams, and we should have beat some good teams.”
Along with Cingolani, Stevens, Meri Madison George, Mary Glenn Hooker, Abigail Jennings, Meg Giachelli, Landry Lyles, AnnElise Hughes, Lanier Loper, Suzi Paige Vaughan and Lela Signa also contributed for the Washington School offense.
Stevens drove in two runs with two hits that included a double. George went two for three, scored two runs and drove in another two runs. Hooker scored a run and drove in a run. Jennings had a hit, walked and scored a run. Giachelli, Vaughan, Loper and Lyles each scored a run as well.
Taylor Ellis pitched for Greenville Christian.