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Frederick's Bat, Arm Aid WHS


Provided by Natalie Gorsuch

Elizabeth Frederick, 16, of Williamsburg, the daughter of Aaron and Kim Frederick, poses after having 15 strikeouts and belting a grand slam against Juniata Valley on April 29. Frederick has surpassed 100 strikeouts for the season and 200 strikeouts for her varsity career as a sophomore for the Lady Pirates.

The Williamsburg softball team improved to 6-5 on the season after winning two of three games during the past week.

Mo Valley 5, WHS 4

The host Damsels held off Williamsburg for a 5-4 win on April 23.

Moshannon Valley scored its five runs in the first three innings, before the Lady Pirates scored once in the third and three times in the fourth.

Paige Gunnett had a double among her three plate appearances for Williamsburg. Driving in runs in the setback were Kaelyn Calderwood, Ashley Brubaker and Desiree Kyle.

Williamsburg's Elizabeth Frederick fanned 13 batters and walked only one while allowing six hits.

WHS 10, Harmony 0

At Harmony on April 24, Williamsburg scored its 10 runs in the first four innings en route to a 10-5, five-inning victory. The Lady Pirates scored two runs in both the first two innings, then tallied three runs in each the third and fourth innings.

Winning pitcher Elizabeth Frederick fired a no-hitter while fanning 14 batters. At the plate, she had two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored to lead Williamsburg.

Kaelyn Calderwood delivered two hits and two RBIs, while Ashley Brubaker ripped two triples and scored twice. Alexi McMonagle also scored twice in the victory.

WHS 9, Valley 1

Behind the hitting and pitching of Elizabeth Frederick, Williamsburg cruised to a 9-1 victory over visiting Juniata Valley on April 25.

Leading 2-1, the Lady Pirates scored twice in the second inning and added five runs in the third.

Frederick had three hits, including a home run, drove in five runs and scored twice. On the mound she struck out 15, walked none and allowed four hits. She has surpassed 100 strikeouts for the season and 200 strikeouts for her varsity career as a sophomore.

Kaelyn Calderwood had a double among her two hits for the Lady Pirates. Paige Gunnett and Emily Smith each scored twice in the win.

Frederick Error

Elizabeth Frederick, a member of the Williamsburg High School softball team, was misidentified in the Herald editions of April 18 and 25. The Herald apologizes for its error


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