Dansville Lady Mustangs coach Gene Jackson echoed the sentiment of many softball and baseball coaches down through the generations with the age-old statement – “Oh those walks.”  

 

Dansville Lady Mustangs coach Gene Jackson echoed the sentiment of many softball and baseball coaches down through the generations with the age-old statement – “Oh those walks.”  
A series of base-on-balls set the table a number of times for Wayland-Cohocton and then Dave Stewart’s squad pounded out a dozen hits as well en route to a big 12-1 win at Babcock Park on Thursday.
The Eagles scored single runs in each of the first three innings and exploded for four in the fifth, two in the sixth and three more in the seventh. The Lady Eagles used a walk to Diane Cork, a single by Courtney Smith and then a double steal to plate the first run in the opening inning. A wild pitch gift-wrapped another run after three walks in the second followed by Sarah Wolcott’s RBI hit to make it 3-0 in the third. In the seventh, Coach Jackson’s statement wa­s realized further when three bases-loaded walks forced more runs in. 
Dansville scored in the fifth when Haley Sick singled, a fielding miscue kept the inning alive with two outs until Danielle Denning’s single drove in the Mustangs’ lone run.
In the circle for Way-Coh, Rachel Meyer (12-2) garnished the win with a complete game 2-hitter allowing the unearned run while striking out 14 without a walk. Meyer went 2-4 with a double, had two RBIs and two runs, Cork 1-3 with a triple, a stolen base and three runs,  Smith 4-5, with four runs, one RBI, Wolcott 2-3, two RBIs, a stolen base, one run,  Laura Kahn 1-3, two RBIs, Heather VanSon an RBI, a sacrifice, a run, Kelsey Fienman an RBI, Erin King 1-3 an RBI, a sacrifice, and Taylor Presti was 1-1 with a run scored. 
Dansville used three pitchers; Clarissa Swain started, followed by Emily Moore and Erica Pragle. The Mustangs only had 2-hits in the game, Danielle Denning was 1-3 with an RBI and Haley Sick was 1-3 and the lone run.