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HW Varsity Softball Big Section Win vs. Quaker Valley

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After a couple of struggling games it’s easy to get down on yourself as a team; however, this Varsity Softball team seems to find a way to dig deep in tough situations.

This week our media partners page, the Beaver County Softball Network listed the top ten hot teams, Hopewell coming in at number five. After today’s game one might say Hopewell might have seen that post and came out ready to prove themselves contenders for top spot taking this Section Game 13-1.

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The Vikings got on the board in the top of the first inning after Victoria Mann singled, scoring two runs, Showrank laid down a sacrifice bunt, scoring one run, and Mya Parish singled, scoring two runs.

Vikings lead 6-0 in the top of the second inning.

Hopewell Varsity Vikings added one run in the third after Quaker Valley Varsity Quakers committed an error. Our HW Vikes also brought out the defense in this game turning two double plays.

Kara started the game as we are accustomed to seeing this season and out up a solid inning. Allison Ramaley pitched three innings in relief for Hopewell Varsity Vikings. She only surrendered one hit and one run (zero earned) while striking out one. Mya Parish came in to shut things down working two innings and allowing no runs. The triple threat: Barkovich, Ramaley, and Parish was too much for QV and only allowed two hits in the game.

On the other hand the Hopewell Vikes tallied up 11 hits in the game. Ava Compton and Mann were a force together in the lineup, as they each collected three hits for Hopewell Varsity Vikings. Parish, Showrank, Isabella Katkich, and Mann each drove in two runs for Hopewell Varsity Vikings. Hopewell Varsity Vikings worked the count all day, amassing five walks. Hopewell Varsity Vikings ran wild on the base paths, piling up four stolen bases for the game.

Hopewell Varsity Vikings turned two double plays in the game.

The Varsity Softball team rolls into Elwood  City out on Tuesday looking to keep the momentum going.

Hello Hopewell! While I am not originally a Hopewell native, it has been my home for over 12 years. My wife and I have three beautiful children that all play Hopewell sports including baseball and softball. My wife and I are both active in coaching our Children's teams. I am a member of the Hopewell Youth Baseball Board of Directors and you will probably see me out at the fields at least a few days a week. Most recently coaching my youngest sons TBALL team.

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