After clinching the LCAA Division 1 title a week ago, the Wayland-Cohocton girls softball team put an exclamation point on the season by wrapping things up unbeaten in D-1 after downing rival Dansville at Babcock Park on the final day of the regular season by a convincing count of 18-2.

After clinching the LCAA Division 1 title a week ago, the Wayland-Cohocton girls softball team put an exclamation point on the season by wrapping things up unbeaten in D-1 after downing rival Dansville at Babcock Park on the final day of the regular season by a convincing count of 18-2. The game started in typical rival fashion the contest was close until the Golden Eagles really blew the doors open with an eight-run third inning that put the contest out of reach.


The Golden Eagles (14-5, 8-0) saw “Kiki” Notebaert go all the way for the win in the circle pitching five innings with seven hits, two runs, no earned runs, seven strikeouts and no walks. On the offensive side Diane Cork was 2-3 with a homer, two RBIs, scored four runs, knocked in two and stole a base. Courtney Smith was 2-3 with a double, she scored three times and drove in a pair of runs. MacKenzie Weber went 3-3 with a triple and a double and four RBIs while scoring 3 runs. Alyssa Recktenwald scored a pair of runs. Paige Quinlan was 1-1 with a pinch-hit single. Hannah McKelvey 2-3 with two RBIs and scored a run. Amanda Feely 2-5 with a triple, two RBIs and scored a run. Taylor Presti and Chelsea Bartlett each scored a run. Hannah Kuhn scored twice for coach Dave Stewart’s team.


For Dansville (8-10) Clairssa Swain and Kaitlyn Hoag each pitched two innings and Kelsey Snyder tossed one. Offensively for coach Gene Jackson’s club Amanda Irish was 1-1 with stolen base and scored a run. Kelsey Poplawski was 2-3 with a run scored. Clarissa Swain was 1-3 and Bri Long went 2-2 for the Lady Mustangs.