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Tioga County Sports Report
SPENCER — The Spencer-Van Etten softball team spread the wealth in a 13-1, six-inning IAC victory over Newfield Monday as 11 different players put runs in the scorebook.

The rout began with a leadoff walk by Cheylee Campbell in the bottom of the second inning. A single by Aubrie Kastenhuber, RBI double from Nicola Soper and an RBI single by Jillian Teribury gave the Eagles a 3-0 advantage.

SVEC tacked on a pair of runs in the third after Faith Brenchley and Roni Presher walked and scored.

The Trojans got a run back in the fourth on back-to-back doubles.

In the bottom of the inning, Raegan Sudnikovich and Katelyn Klym wrapped a triple and double, respectively around a Jillian Holmes single and the trio scored to give the Eagles an 8-1 cushion.

Teribury singled, Sudnikovich added her second double and Holmes picked up an RBI as SVEC pushed its lead to 10-1.

Ryleigh Bowman led off the sixth a double, Kastenhuber singled, Hannah Smith walked and Teribury delivered a two-run single as the Eagles added three more runs to their tally.

The Eagles racked up 15 hits and 11 walks in the win.

Kastenhuber had four hits and two runs; Teribury had three hits, three RBI and a run; Sudnikovich chipped in with a triple, double and two runs; and Bowman, Klym and Soper added a double and one run apiece, and Soper tacked on an RBI. Campbell, Holmes and Presher contributed a single and a run each with Holmes adding an RBI; and Klym and Smith tacked on one run each.

Presher struck out five, gave up four hits and hit one batter over four innings to get the win. Kastenhuber took over the circle for the final two frames, allowing a pair of hits while inducing six infield outs.

SVEC hits the road Tuesday for a game at Lansing.

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