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Tioga County Sports Report
SPENCER — S-VE racked up its sixth shutout of the season Wednesday, blanking Odessa-Montour, 20-0, in five innings here.

The Panthers' seventh victory of the season comes on the heels of Monday’s 18-0 rout of Newfield in a road game which ended in the fourth inning due to weather.

S-VE 20, O-M 0
S-VE collected all the runs it would need in the first inning building a 9-0 cushion in the bottom of the frame.

Rhiana Lawrence and Faith Brenchley both found their way around the bases twice in the inning. Raegan Sudnikovich, Katelyn Klym, Sophia Dutra, Hannah Smith and Adrienna Farmer added the other tallies.

Lawrence, Brenchley and Farmer all scored in the second to make it 12-0.

Aubrie Kastenhuber, Smith, Brenchley and Sudnikovich pushed the advantage to 16-0 in the third.

Gillian Jackman, Sydney Presher, Hannah Martinez and Lawrence posted the final four runs of the game in the fourth — giving the Panthers 119 runs for the season.

The Indians loaded the bases in the top of the second, but failed to push a run across. O-M also left runners at first and second in the fifth.

Lawrence struck out 10 batters.

The Panthers were minus the services of Lawrence, but Sudnikovich stepped into the role of lead-off hitter and went 3-for-3 with three runs and three RBI.

Kastenhuber was 2-for-3 with three runs, Smith was 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBI, and Brenchley went 1-for-1 with three walks, three runs and an RBI.

Jackman and Kaili Root contributed two runs each, and Klym, Farmer and Aryonnah Disbrow added one apiece.

The Troajns left six runners on base, three in scoring position.

S-VE (7-0) hosts Newark Valley (2-2) Saturday.

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