CLEAR SPRING - The Williamsport Wildcats, behind a fine performance by pitcher Emily Huff and a five-run sixth inning, ended their six-game losing streak by defeating the Clear Spring Blazers 9-5 on Monday in an MVAL Antietam softball game.
Huff (5-4) pitched a three-hitter, giving up no earned runs and two walks.
"I did pretty good," Huff said. "The hitting support that I got was very good."
"I'm very pleased with Emily's pitching," Wildcats coach Tom Dzur said. "She is only a freshman and she has more than met my expectations. She really works hard at it."
Williamsport (8-8, 6-6) snapped a 4-4 tie with Clear Spring (2-15, 1-10) in the sixth.
Adrienne Munoz started the rally with a walk and scored when Staci Grabill reached on a two-base throwing error. Beth Ryan walked and both runners moved up a base on a wild pitch.
Grabill scored and Ryan took third when Courtney Hutchinson reached on a two-base throwing error. Sarah Hardin walked to load the bases. A passed ball enabled Ryan to score and the other two runners to move up a base.