by Rob Tetro
The Fulton varsity softball team recently won games against Oswego and Mexico but lost to Jamesville-DeWitt.
Jamesville-DeWitt scored eight runs during the third and fourth innings of its April 18th game en route to handing Fulton its only loss of the season.
The Lady Raiders responded by doubling up on Oswego. Fulton scored 14 runs during the fourth inning of its April 20th game against Oswego while cruising to a win.
April 23, the Lady Raiders scored five unanswered runs in extra innings to come away with a win against Mexico.
After two scoreless innings, Jamesville-Dewitt scored eight unanswered runs during the third and fourth innings. Jamesville-DeWitt scored another run during the top of the sixth inning to take a 9-0 lead. Jamesville-Dewitt outscored the Lady Raiders during by two runs during the seventh inning to cap off a 12-1 win.
Fulton was led by Cheyenne Laun and Keisha Pierce. They both had two hits. Courtney Parker chipped in with a hit for the Lady Raiders.
Two players saw time on the mound for Fulton. In four innings of work, Cheyenne Laun finished with three strikeouts while allowing eight runs on eight hits.
In relief of Laun, Ashley Cummins struck out one while giving up four runs on five hits in three innings of action.
The Lady Raiders rebounded by topping Oswego in a high-scoring game.
Early on, it didn’t look so good for Fulton. After three innings of play, Oswego had a 7-3 lead over the Lady Raiders.
Fulton turned the tide on Oswego during the fourth inning. Not only did the Lady Raiders rally back but they dealt Oswego a very strong blow.
The Lady Raiders scored 13 runs in the inning to take a nine-run lead at 17-8. Fulton rolled to a 26-13 win.