Following Wayland–Cohocton’s 12-3 setback in their last game in the Myrtle Beach tournament on April 22, Eagles Coach Dave Stewart noted, “This team had some outstanding athletes! We would have had to have played way above our heads to beat this team.”

Following Wayland–Cohocton’s 12-3 setback in their last game in the Myrtle Beach tournament on April 22, Eagles Coach Dave Stewart noted, “This team had some outstanding athletes! We would have had to have played way above our heads to beat this team.”


Gar-Field was a Virgina school with about a student body of some 2,600 students. Stewart continued, “They had one player who had a full ride to Coastal Carolina who ripped one shot right handed and then turned around and hit another one left-handed.”


Gar-Field plated three runs in each of the first two innings to put Way–Coh in the hole quickly. The Golden Eagles scored all three of their runs in the top of the third, but Gar-Field managed to score a run in every inning except the sixth to claim the 12-3 victory.


“Amanda Feeley made a sensational diving catch in centerfield in the seveth inning,” Stewart said. “Despite our injuries, we found that we have some depth at a few positions as some of our young players stepped up and got right after it when they got in there. That was a good sign for us as we head back north.”


Wayland–Cohocton resumes their northern swing on Friday, April 29, when they travel to Caledonia–Mumford for their next action.


Way–Co (5-3)




Pitching Erin King 3 innings, 8 hits, 6 earned runs, 2 strikeouts, 2 walks. Kiera Notebaert 4 innings, 3 earned runs, 4 hits, 6 strikeouts, 5 walks.

Hitting Courtney Smith 1-3, 1 run, 1 RBI. Diane Cork 1 run. Sarah Wolcott 1-3, 1 RBI. Erin King 2-3, 1 RBI. Amanda Feeley 1-3, 1 run.