2012 JV/Varsity Scores
(17-1, MHAL 12-1)
*2012 Season Recap
The JV softball team finished the 2012 season with a 17-1 record. The Lady Panthers went on an 11-0 winning streak before being defeated by Marlboro. The girls hit .432 as a team and only struck out 63 times. GREAT SEASON LADIES!
5/16 - Wallkill 10, FDR 2
The JV panthers ended their 2012 season with a 10-2 victory over FDR. Lauren Diener, Sam Rivera, and Gabby Battle each had 3 hits for Wallkill.
5/10 - Wallkill 16, Rondout 0
The JV girls added another win defeating Rondout 16-0 in 6 innings. Gabby Battle threw a 1 hitter and struck out 6 batters. Sydney Maynard and Victoria Christiano were each 1 for 2 with multiple RBIs.
5/7 - Wallkill 13, Red Hook 1
Rachel Simon and Lauren Diener were both 4 for 5 as the visiting Lady Panthers defeated Red Hook 13-1. The girls used a 4 run 1st inning and 9 run 6th inning to propel them to victory. Lauren Diener and Gabby Battle combined on a 2 hitter.
5/5 - Wallkill 15, James O'Neil 3
The girls picked up their 3 win of the week defeating James O'Neil 15-3. Lauren Diener ended the week going 3-0 in the circle. She allowed 2 earned runs and gave up 6 hits. Offensively, the Panthers used 22 hits to propel them to victory. Rachel Simon, Lauren Diener, Sam Rivera, Courtney Hyland, Nikita Rosado, Rachael White, and Courtney Blasko each had multiple hits for the panthers. Sam Rivera added her 1st JV home run.
5/2 - Wallkill 19, Onteora 0
The JV girls softball team picked up another win beating visiting Onteora, 19-0 in 5 innings. Lauren Diener threw a 1 hitter and struck out 6. Rachel Simon was 4 for 4 with 3 runs scored and 3 RBIS. Courtney Blasko was 3 for 4 with 2 runs scored, a 2B, 3B and 4 RBIs. Nikita Rosado was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored and 3 RBIs.
5/1 - Wallkill 9, Pine Plains 1
The JV Panthers broke a 0-0 ball in the top of the 5th by scoring 6 runs on 5 hits. Lauren Diener was 3 for 4 with 3 RBIs and Julia Annabel was 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs. Lauren earned the win scattering 4 hits and giving up 1 unearned run.
4/28 - Wallkill 1, Marlboro 2
The Marlboro Dukes scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning with 2 outs to lift them to a 2-1 victory over the JV Panthers. The Panthers went up 1-0 in the top of the 2nd inning with a 1 out homerun from 8th grader, Courtney Hyland. The Panthers only had 4 hits in the game. Freshman pitcher, Gabby Battle took the loss allowing 7 hits and striking out 7.
The lady panthers scored twice in the 1st and 3rd inning to lift them to a 6-1 victory over the visiting spartans. Courtney Hyland and Julia Annabel were each 2 for 2 at the plate. Lauren Diener pitched 4 innings allowing 1 hit and 1 unearned run. Gabby Battle pitched for the save allowing 1 hit and striking out 3.
4/25 - Wallkill 18, Ellenville 0
At Ellenville, the visiting JV Panthers used a 12 run 1st inning to propel them to a 18-0 victory over Ellenville. The Panthers had 14 hits in the game. Julia Annabel was a HR shy of a cycle finishing the game going 4 for 5 with a double, triple, and 2 RBIS. Courtney Hyland was 3 for 3 with 2 RBIS. Lauren Diener pitched the win for the Panthers allowing 3 hits in 5 innings of play.
4/24 - Wallkill 20, Saugerties 2
The JV team bounced to an early 6-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning and never looked back as they defeated the Sawyers 20-2. Julia Annabel, Lauren Diener, and Nikita Rosado each had 3 hits for Wallkill. Victoria Christiano and Jillian White were each 2 for 2 with 1 RBI. Gabby Battle picked up the win on the mound.
4/21 - Wallkill 21, Minisink 1
The Panthers used an 11 hit attack to defeat Minisink Valley. Gabby Battle was 3 for 6 and earned the win for Wallkill. On the mound she gave up 4 hits and struck out 9.
4/19 - Wallkill 17, Red Hook 0
The JV team used a 17 hit attack to defeat the Raiders in 5 innings. Rachel Simon, Julia Annabel, Gabby Battle, Sam Rivera, Courtney Blasko, and Rachael White each had multiple hits for the panthers. Lauren Diener earned her 3rd victory pitching a 2 hitter and striking out 10 in 5 innings.
4/18- Wallkill 10, FDR 4
The JV team added their 6th victory defeating FDR 10-4. Rachel Simon and Julia Annabel were 4 for 5. Julia recorded a 2B and 3B and 3 RBIs. Lauren Diener was 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs. Gabby Battle picked up her 4th win striking out 11 and allowing 3 earned runs.
4/13 - Wallkill 14, Highland 0
The JV team added their 5th victory defeating Highland 14-0. Julia Annabel and Marissa Contelmo had 3 hits apiece for Wallkill. Lauren Diener tossed a 1 hit shut out to earn her 2nd JV win. She also had 11 strikeouts
4/11 - Wallkill 9, New Paltz 5
Adding another win to their season, the JV team used a 11 hit offensive attack. Gabby Battle had 2 hits for Wallkill. She also picked up the win in the circle by fanning 12 batters, scattering 6 hits and only allowing 2 earned runs
4/5 - Wallkill 15, Beacon 3
The girls earned their 3rd victory defeating the visiting Bulldogs 15-3. The Panthers used a 20 hit attack to propel them to victory. Rachel Simon and Lauren Diener had 4 hits, Courtny Blasko 3, Marissa Contelmo and Sam Rivera 2. Eighth grader, Lauren Diener, earned her 1st JV victory in the circle. She struck out 11 and scattered 7 hits.
4/4 - Wallkill 9, Cornwall 5
The JV team added their 2nd win with a 9-5 victory over the visiting Cornwall Dragons. Rachel Simon, Sam Rivera, and Rachael White each had 2 hits for the Lady Panthers. Gabby Battle picked up her 2nd victory in the circle scattering 4 hits, no earned runs, and striking out 7.
4/2 - Wallkill 24, S.S. Seward 0
The Lady Panthers opened their 2012 season with a 24-0 win over S.S. Seward. The panthers used 17 hits to propel their offense. Sam Rivera led the team with 3 hits (single, double, triple) and 4 RBIS. Rachel Simon, Courtney Hyland, Courtney Blasko, and Nikita Rosado each had 2 hits a piece. On the mound, Gabby Battle earned the win going 5 innings, striking out 9 batters and scattering 3 hits.
(15-6, MHAL 12-2)
6/2 - Wallkill 1, Cornal 5 (Section IX Championship)
SLATE HILL, N.Y. — Alyssa Bua was the difference for Cornwall Saturday as the Green Dragons defeated Wallkill High 5-1 for the Section 9, Class A softball championship.
“No one has struck us out 12 times all year,” Canosa noted. “This is the first time we didn’t put the ball in play as we have all year and that’s a credit to her.”
Jennifer Valicenti singled to center to start the game for Wallkill, which didn’t get another hit until Lisa Bouffard lined a solo homer to left center with one out in the seventh inning.
“I’m not sure what that pitch was,” Bouffard said. “It might have been a rise. She threw a lot of them.”
Bua, however, was the real problem.
5/31- Wallkill 5, Marlboro 4 (Section IX Semi Final)
MARLBORO, N.Y. — Wallkill High will play in a sectional softball final for the first time ever Saturday after winning a thrilling 5-4 Section 9, Class A semifinal over Marlboro Thursday.
McDonough’s two-run single keyed a three-run fifth for Marlboro, which had won 18 in a row coming into the game.
Valicenti’s solo shot in the sixth proved to be the game-winner.
Caitlyn Callas struck out eight in 6 2/3 innings to get the win.
5/29 - Wallkill 6, New Paltz 1
Caitlyn Callas tossed 5.2 shutout innings, allowing five hits, in host Wallkill's Section 9 Class A quarterfinal win.
Lisa Bouffard, Nicole Ruggeri and Ryann Lake added two hits apiece for Wallkill (15-5), the third seed. Lake had two RBI and Bouffard had two doubles. Brittany Ormond was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for New Paltz.
Wallkill plays the Marlboro-Saugerties winner at 4 p.m. Thursday at a site to be determined.
5/18 - Wallkill 2, Marlboro 3 -- MHAL Semi Finals
5/9- Wallkill 9, Saugerties 8
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. — Kaitlyn Valicenti hit two home runs, including a deciding solo shot in the fifth inning, as Wallkill High clinched the Division I title in Mid-Hudson Athletic League softball with Wednesday’s 9-8 victory over Saugerties.
5/7 - Wallkill 4, Red Hook 3
WALLKILL, N.Y. — Wallkill High’s softball team clinched a tie for the Mid-Hudson Athletic League’s Division I crown Monday with a 4-3 victory over rival Red Hook.
Danielle Lown’s two-out, two-run triple tied the game for (8-3, 10-4) Red Hook in the fourth.
5/3 - Wallkill 10, FDR 2
Caitlin Callas threw a two-hitter with five strikeouts. Lisa Bouffard was 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs and Chelsea Murphy was 2 for 4 with 2 RBI in the MHAL victory.
5/2 - Wallkill 19, Onteora 3
At Boiceville, Nicole Ruggeri went 6-for-6 with a double and three RBI, Alex Zawistowski had four hits and Ryann Lake added three to lead Wallkill over Onteora.
Kaitlyn Valicenti and Chelsea Murphy combined on a three-hitter for the Panthers.
4/30 - Wallkill11, Pine Plains 1
WALLKILL, N.Y. — Caitlin Callas and Alex Zawistowski combined on a one-hitter as Wallkill High beat Pine Plains 11-1 in Mid-Hudson Athletic League softball on Monday.
4/27 - Wallkill 1, Saugerties 0
At Wallkill, Caitlyn Callas pitched a three-hitter with three walks and 11 strikeouts to boost the Panthers (7-2, 9-4). Jen Valicenti singled and scored the only run on Lisa Bouffard’s sacrifice fly in the first inning.
4/26 - Wallkill 12, Spackenkill 4
A day after Caitlyn Callas pitched a perfect game, Alex Zawistowski and Kaitlyn Valicenti combined on a one-hitter for the Panthers (6-2, 8-4). Zawistowski (10 strikeouts in five innings) earned the victory, allowing the only hit to Emily Didylowski in the fourth.
Zawistowski also belted a three-run homer. Other hitting standouts were Jen Valicenti (three doubles, single, two RBI) and Lisa Bouffard (homer, double, single, two RBI).
4/25 - Wallkill 6, Ellenville 0
Callas perfect in Wallkill softball win over Ellenville
WALLKILL, N.Y. — Senior Caitlyn Callas achieved perfection for Wallkill Wednesday, throwing a perfect game as the Panthers defeated Ellenville 6-0 in Mid-Hudson Athletic League softball.
Callas allowed only one ball to be hit beyond the mound — a pop to short in the sixth inning. Ellenville batters popped up to the herself and the catcher and fouled out to the first baseman.
In the top of the seventh, Callas went to her only full count of the day against leadoff batter Melissa Mansfield, but struck her out. She then got a pinch hitter to pop up. Callas then fanned Maggie Heinen to end the game.
4/21 - Wallkill 0, Minisink 4
Christina Roberto (5-1) tossed a two-hit shutout, striking out seven in the non-league contest. Meagan Scialabba hit an RBI double and Rachel Pierson scored twice for host Minisink Valley (5-1).
Kaitlyn Valicenti and Chelsea Murphy had the hits for Wallkill (6-4). Caitlyn Callas took the loss.
4/19 - Wallkill 5, Red Hook 1
4/18 - Wallkill 9, FDR 10 (8 innings)
Alex Zawistowski went 3-for-3 and Lisa Bouffard smacked a two-run homer in host Wallkill's MHAL loss.