Rocky River Girls Varsity Softball

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Core Four saluted on Senior Day

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Rocky River concluded its season Wednesday by hosting a Senior Day double-dip against Great Lakes Conference foe Holy Name. River’s four seniors and the rest of the Pirates were hamstrung by strong Green Wave pitching in a doubleheader sweep by the visitors. Holy Name took Wednesday’s opener, 8-1. The Green Wave

Walk-off win seals a Saturday split

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – A furious, bottom-of-the-seventh rally ended with a walk-off base-on-balls drawn by Lexi Aguilar, as the Pirates defeated the Valley Forge Patriots, 10-9, in the nightcap of a Great Lakes Conference twin bill on Saturday. Losers of a hard-fought 10-7 affair in the opener, the Maroon & White appeared to be destined

Pirates K-O’d by Keystone

LAGRANGE, Ohio – Rocky River was ousted in postseason play, losing a second-round district tournament at Keystone on Friday. The Wildcats notched a run in every inning of a 4-1/2-inning, 16-0, run-rule victory over the Pirates. Keystone hurler Sydney Campbell struck out each of 15 batters faced in compiling a perfect five-inning stint for the

Pirates victorious in battle at Bay

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio – Solid pitching, timely hitting and a three-run home run led the Pirates to a 7-4 victory over the rival Bay Rockets on Wednesday. Maggie Hill (four innings) and Katie Mommers (three) combined to yield just two earned runs (and four overall) in what marked Rocky River’s third win in the team’s

Off and running in postseason bracket

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Rocky River Pirates returned to the diamond after a weather-induced, nine-day layoff, and the Maroon & White did so in style, picking up a district bracket victory on Tuesday. Powered by a Marissa Smiley home run and a key second-inning error by the Clippers, the Pirates opened an early 4-0

Pirates solid in Saturday split

WELLINGTON, Ohio – Rocky River split a pair of games at the 12th Annual Prebis Memorial Invitational on Saturday. The Pirates defeated Clearview, 10-6, before losing to Olmsted Falls, 13-3. Multiple-hit games from Nani Meese, Marissa Smiley and Kelsey Murphy – coupled with a strong relief outing by Katie Mommers – powered the Pirates back

Normandy earns season sweep of Pirates

PARMA, Ohio –Rocky River dropped a 13-3 decision to Normandy in Great Lakes Conference action on Wednesday. The host Invaders led wire-to-wire, scoring three runs in the first and failing to score in just one inning for the game. Rocky River (5-10, 3-4 Great Lakes Conference) was out-hit, 16-6, in the Nike Park contest which

River kicks off busy week with setback vs. Parma

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Pirates fell behind early and didn’t have a rally in them, as Rocky River was dealt a 19-4 loss by the Parma Redman on Monday. Parma plated eight runs in the top-of-the-second en route to opening a 12-1 lead through three innings. The Redmen batted around in the second and

Extra! Extra! River bangs out six doubles, homer in GLC win

PARMA, Ohio – Kelsey Murphy belted a home run and two doubles, and the Pirates collected seven extra-base hits as a team, as Rocky River defeated Parma, 11-7, on Thursday. Rocky River scored runs in five straight innings – the third through the seventh – as the Pirates kept a recent offense surge going in

Pirates fall in extra-inning league tussle

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — Rocky River was upended in extra innings on Tuesday, as the Pirates fell to the Normandy Invaders, 19-13. The Maroon & White knotted what was a see-saw affair — with a total of six ties and lead changes — by scoring a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh.