Playing their fifth and sixth games in three days, the players on the Charger softball team got to go into their first off day on their Florida trip on a positive note.
After losing its first game to California (PA) 5-0, Hillsdale bounced back with two seventh-inning runs in a 2-0 win over Pitt-Johnstown in games played in Clermont, Florida. Hillsdale is now 3-8 on the season.
Junior pitcher Dana Weidinger secured her second win of the season vs. Pitt-Johnstown with a dominant performance. She struck out five batters and allowed just four hits in the complete-game victory.
Freshman Reagan Gensiejewski had her first career multi-hit game in the second contest, going 2-for-3 to lead the offense. Carlin MacDonald-Gannon and Madison Rathbun scored Hillsdale's two runs in the seventh, and Amanda Marra had the team's lone run batted in during th egame.
PHOTO: Carly Gouge