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HW Varsity Softball Dominates Beaver Falls!

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Wow wow wow! What an amazing game tonight with a scoring onslaught that could not be stopped! This is an important game for both teams as it’s a section matchup 🥎 These two teams are battling for their playoff lives in Section 2 (3A) action! Hopewell came away with the win over Beaver Falls 26-0.

We have the play by play below but as a special treat we have partnered with our friends at the Beaver County Softball Network to bring you the entire game recorded and announced by Bill Littler, at the link below. Don’t forget to like and follow their YouTube channel.

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HW got on the board in the top of the first inning after Nale tripled, scoring two runs, an error scored one run, Allison Ramaley tripled, scoring two runs, Tallulah Showrank grounded out, scoring one run, Nale singled, scoring two runs, Ava Compton drew a walk, scoring one run, and Ramaley tripled, scoring three runs. Chloe Nale drove in six runs on three hits to lead Hopewell Varsity Vikings. Nale tripled in the first scoring two, singled in the first scoring two, walked in the second scoring one, and singled in the third scoring one. HW jumped out to an early 12-0 lead after just one inning

Hopewell Varsity Vikings scored 10 runs on seven hits in the top of the second inning as their bats could not be slowed down. It was clear HW knew the importance of this game and came ready to do business.

Hopewell Varsity Vikings extended their early lead with four runs in the top of the third thanks to RBI singles by Kara Barkovich, Katkich, Nale, and Hazel McCowin.

Ramaley earned the win for Hopewell Varsity Vikings. The starting pitcher gave up zero hits and zero runs over one inning, striking out none and walking one. Ramaley continues her impressive performances by throwing another 60% pitch to strike game. A Cunningham took the loss for Beaver Falls Area Senior High School. They went three innings, allowing 26 runs (nine earned) on 21 hits, striking out three and walking six.

Mya Parish tossed two innings of no-run ball for Hopewell Varsity Vikings in relief. The righty surrendered one hit, striking out four and walking two.

Sit back, relax and let’s hear Bill Littler call the game and all the excitement:

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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