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Tioga County Sports Report
BINGHAMTON — The Owego softball team ran into the Chenango Valley juggernaut again Friday, falling 17-4 in six innings in STAC action.

The defending Class B state runner-up, currently ranked second this season, improved to 10-0 behind a 14-hit attack.

The Indians got on the scoreboard in the top of the first with a pair of runs. Miley Laubach singled then following an out, Jordan Greeno and Layla Etienne delivered back-to-back base hits. Etienne’s hit scored Laubach and Greeno.

The Warriors responded in their half of the inning with a triple, double, two singles, two walks and a hit batter to grab a 5-2 advantage.

Leading, 6-2, CV erupted for five more runs in the third on the strength of four doubles.

Owego would add two more runs in the fifth. Maia Smith led off with a walk, Saylor Ayers singled and Smith’s pinch runner, Abby Dalton, stole home. Ayers, who stole third, scored on a Natalie Donovan base hit.

Chenango Valley added three runs in its half of the fifth, then tacked on three more in the sixth to end the game.

Greeno went 2-for-4 with a run, and Laubach, Donovan, Etienne and Ayers added one hit apiece.

Owego (2-5) was scheduled to play two games in the Mary Testa Tournament today, but they were postponed. The Indians’ next game is Monday at Seton Catholic.

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