Rocky River Girls Varsity Softball

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Pirates dropped by Demons

WESTLAKE, Ohio – Rocky River was swept by Westlake in a non-conference twin bill on Saturday. The Demons prevailed by scores of 14-1 and 11-3. Four big innings led to the bulk of Westlake’s scoring over the two games, and the Demons hit a robust .536 (15-of-28) with runners in scoring position. In the opener,

Errors, Parma hitting spell ‘L’ on the road

PARMA, Ohio – Six Pirate errors fueled a five-inning, run-rule to Parma on Friday. The Redmen banged out 16 hits, collected nine walks and reached on the half-dozen River miscues, as Rocky River fell, 21-5. The Pirates plated four runs in the top of the first inning, but that lead would slip away in the

Team effort plates 20 in road win

WARRENSVILLE, Ohio – Rocky River got back to its winning ways, defeating Warrensville Heights, 20-1 on Friday. River scored 20 runs over innings 2-through-5 – posting inning totals of 4-4-8-4 — and the Tigers answered with a lone run in the bottom of the fifth in what was a five-inning, run-rule affair. The Maroon &

Swept by a southwest wind and an EC win

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Elyria Catholic closed out a home-and-away sweep of Rocky River with a 7-4 win over the Pirates on Thursday. River committed three errors which led to four unearned runs in a game that saw the Panthers outhit the Pirates, 10-5. EC downed Rocky River, 10-0, in Tuesday’s first meeting between the

Panthers pounce, down Pirates in frozen five

ELYRIA, Ohio – Rocky River returned to action after a 14-day layoff, and the Pirates had their early-season unbeaten streak snapped in a 10-0 loss to the Elyria Catholic Panthers. The Pirates (3-1) were held just two hits in the five-inning run-rule defeat. A first-inning Marissa Smiley double was the highlight of River’s offensive production

River rally lifts Pirates to 3-0 record

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – Clutch hitting and solid defense lifted the Pirates to a 7-5 victory over the Brookside Cardinals on Monday. Rocky River batters went 5-for-10 with runners in scoring position, and the River defense was tagged with just one error on what was a sunny, windswept afternoon at Pirate Field. “We kept getting