got a sensational effort from Medina Brennan to clinch the Public League's Bronze Division softball title yesterday.
Brennan pitched a five-inning two-hitter and added a walk-off grand slam in an 11-1 win over visiting Germantown. Brennan struck out nine of the 20 batters she faced in the game. Erica Fuentes was 2 for 2 with two runs scored for Fels, now 9-1.
In other league games:
Washington exacted a measure of revenge in a 3-2 win over visiting Northeast, but needed a two-run rally in the bottom of the seventh to do it.
The win avenged a 6-3 loss to the Vikings earlier this season and was only the Eagles' second win of a 2-6 season.
Liz Blizzard singled in Nicole Carr with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to cap the two-run rally. Jen Headley singled in Lindsey Black for the tying run.
The stalwart for most of the game was Washington pitcher Alison Farrell, who gave up only two hits.
Alaina Sanitate went 4 for 5 with nine RBIs as host Bok pummeled visiting William Penn, 22-8.
Caitlin Cuthbertson pitched a three-inning no-hitter for host Franklin Towne Charter in a 21-0 win over Engineering and Science. Kelly McNicolas paced a 19-hit attack by going 4 for 4 with a two-run home run in the first inning.
Lincoln's Ashley Robinson went 4 for 4 with two doubles, a triple and a home run in a 23-12 win over visiting Kensington.
Central scored six runs in the bottom of the third inning to come from behind and hand visiting Girls High a 13-3 loss. Alissa Williams pitched a three-hitter. Sarah Greenberg and Williams each had two hits for the Lancers (10-3).
Catholic South. Kristen Paoletti and Ashley Campbell combined on a no-hitter for host Archbishop Prendergast in a 15-0 win over West Catholic.
Inter-Ac. Junior righthander Emily Nagel allowed only four hits over six innings as Agnes Irwin earned an 11-1 win at Baldwin. The Owls (6-3 overall, 6-1 league) remained all alone in first place.
Suburban One American. Alycia Sabol pitched a no-hitter and Leslie Pyle drove in two runs with a homer as host Plymouth Whitemarsh blanked Upper Dublin, 3-0.
Suburban One Continental. Kristen Palmerio pitched a two-hitter and drove in the winning run with a single for Norristown in a 2-1 win at Council Rock South.
Pioneer Athletic. Alexis Karkoska and Mandy Rush limited the potent Boyertown lineup to just six hits in pitching Spring-Ford to a 5-2 win. It was the second loss in three days for the Bears, who entered the week with a 13-0 record. Karkoksa pitched the first 32/3 innings and Rush finished up. Karkoska also drove in a pair of runs for the Rams with a triple in the fifth inning.
Tabitha Hatch and Lauren Hatch were both 2 for 3 as host Upper Perkiomen defeated Lansdale Catholic, 6-4.
Senior righthander Valerie Heffline gave Pottstown cause to celebrate by pitching a complete game in a 3-2 win at Pottsgrove, the first win of the season for the Trojans (1-15). Mallory Sassaman broke a 2-2 tie with an RBI-single in the fifth.
Catholic Academies. Maggie McGowan took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and settled for a brilliant one-hitter in host Villa Maria's 3-1 win over Gwynedd-Mercy. McGowan's no-hitter and shutout was broken up by one swing of Jen Bach's bat, a leadoff home run in the seventh.
Nonleague. Kelsey Gula was 4 for 4 and Jules Roden was 3 for 3 as host Episcopal Academy outslugged Abington Friends, 12-10.
Freshman pitcher Chloe Buzan pitched four innings of scoreless relief to earn the win for host Great Valley in its 6-1 win over Rustin. Abby Quick provided the hitting support with a double and a single and two RBIs.
Courtney Spina pitched a two-hitter as Garnet Valley won at rival Avon Grove, 7-2. Teammate Jenn Stow was 3 for 4 with three RBIs.
Lauren Poatsy pitched a four-hitter for Hill School in a 7-4 win at Springside.
Ashley Walker's goal three minutes into the second overtime gave
a 2-1 win over visiting
in a Public League game.
The Mustangs were cheered on by a raucus crowd at 29th and Chalmers. Summer Woods' goal with 18 minutes left in the first half gave Dobbins a 1-0 lead. Marisa Peal had 10 saves for the Mustangs, while Precious Davis turned back 15 shots for the Pioneers.
Meredith Lassier scored six goals to power
to a 17-14 nonleague win at