Lawrence TWP. – Lawrence High’s softball team has been in a sharp decline lately, but the Cardinals are sure to have chosen a great time to get out of it on Wednesday.

Competing in the first round of the Mercer County tournament, Lawrence defeated Ewing 12-2 in a quick four and a half innings.

Next Saturday, Lawrence, seeded seventh, will play in the quarterfinals against the third seed Steinert.

Lawrence (7-9) performed 12 hits, including two each by Kate Sangek, Emily Chu and Abby Duncan. Chu, Duncan and Alison McGuire doubled Ewing’s pitcher to Julia Smith. Freshman Emma Dobkin won with five strikers and six knockouts. Amoni Wertz (two hits) and Abby Singer doubled Ewing.

Ewing (7-13) 100 10 – 2 5 7

Lawrence (7-9) 260 4x – 12 11 0

VP-Dobkin. LP-Smith. 2B-Singer (E), Wertz (E), Chu (L), McGuire (L), Duncan (L).

Robinsville 16, Princeton 1

ROBINSVILLE – The Ravens (11-6) played in the MCT game and will play on Saturday in the next round at No. 4 in Allentown. Maddie Manning has been a star batting in singles and doubles. Cheyenne Weigand inflicted two strikers and scored 10.

Princeton (2-12) 100 00 – 1 2 1

Robinsville (11-6) 820 6x – 16 7 1

WP Weigand. LP-brown. 2B-Brown, Manning (right).

Allentown 20, Trenton 0

ALLENTOWN – The Redbeards, seeded No. 4 (12-2), have won their first tournament and will host Robbinsville in the next round. Skyler LaFiska threw without a hit and had three hits along with Kaylee Muszynski.

Trenton (0-12) 000 0 – 0 0

Allentown (12-3) 633 8 – 20 18

WP-LaFisca. LP-Robinson. 2B-LaFisca.

DISPOSAL

Game № 9 Lawrenceville vs № 8 West Windsor United Mercer County Tournament has been postponed and will take place on Thursday. The winner will meet Notre Dame on Saturday.

REGULAR SEASON

Truman 9, Rock Midnight Council 3

BRISTOL TWP., Pennsylvania – The Tigers (5-8) were back on track when Emma Olsen scored three shots and doubled up with Teana Towner. Courtney Nau struck the biggest blow with the home run. Jessica Adams was the winner of the pitcher. Sophia Shields preferred Rock North.

Council Rock North (0-12) 000 003 0 – 3 3 0

Truman (5-8) 033 021 x – 9 12 1

WP-Adams. LP-Ogborn. 2B-Girhart (CRN), Towner (T), Olsen (T). HR-Shields (CRN), Nau (T).

Pedi 2, Hill 1

POTTSTOWN, Pennsylvania – Morgan Beggs smashed two strikers and knocked out nine. Sofia Caballero achieved great success in the game with a two-morning single in the sixth. Paddy is now 10-1.

Hightstown 5, New Egypt 3

NEW EGYPT – The Rams, who said goodbye in the first round of the MCT, won their 10th game of the year and dropped New Egypt to 10-5.

Florence 4, Doan 3
FLORENCE TWP. – Madison Jobs wanted to help make the winner of the Ave DiFillippo pitcher. Cynthia Sufi remained hot with three more hits.

Doana Academy (7-6) 101 001 0 – 3 7 0

Florence (10-3) 002 011 x – 4 11 0

WP-DiFilippo. LP-Bhuyian. 2B-Sufi (F). HR-Jobs (F).

Bordentown 1, Moorestown 0

MURSTOWN – It took until the seventh inning, but Bordentown got the result he needed to improve, to 18-1. Alison Hopp was brilliant without beating and 15 knockers. Violet Martha was a loser who lost with five strikers.

Bordentown (18-1) 000 000 1 – 1 5 0

Moorestown (9-5) 000 000 0 – 0 0 0

WP-A. Hoppe. LP-Martha.

OTHER RESULTS

Shawnee 10, Seneca 0; Cherokee 13, Cherry Hill East 3

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