BARRINGTON — Lauren Rousseau went 3 for 3 with a double, dwelling run and 4 RBIs to key a 16-hit offense in Chariho’s 13-1 rout over Barrington Tuesday.
The Division I softball sport was known as after 5 innings due to the 10-run mercy rule
Chariho (1-1, 1-1 Division I) scored six runs within the second inning to bust out to an 8-0 lead. Rousseau’s homer was the massive blast within the body, which additionally included RBI triples by Alexis Marsella and Emily Hollister and an RBI double by successful pitcher India O’Neil.
O’Neil scattered three hits over 5 innings and struck out 5 to register her first choice of the 12 months.
Barrington (0-3, 0-3 Division I) has struggled just lately, ending 2-14 a 12 months in the past for fifteenth place within the 16-team division.
“India pitched well, getting the ball over the plate to walk just one batter,” Chariho coach Dave Petrocelli mentioned. “I’m still getting a feel for our pitching. Kailee (Morgan) pitched against a better team (Smithfiel), so it’s up in the air now. Today, the positive news is we hit for power and hit often.”
Meghan Rousseau collected two hits and two runs, whereas Brianna Cole had two hits, together with a triple, for Chariho.
The Chargers play at Cranston West on Friday at 4 p.m.
COVENTRY — If there may be such a factor as an encouraging loss, Chariho discovered one Tuesday in a Division I-South match in opposition to defending state champion Coventry.
After dropping the primary two video games, 25-18 and 25-13, the Chargers gained the third 25-20 and held a lead within the fourth earlier than falling 25-23 to drop a aggressive match.
Chariho falls to 2-2, 1-2 Division I-South, whereas Coventry improves to 2-1, 2-1 Division I-South.
“Coventry graduated some starters but they are still a solid squad,” Chariho coach Doug Bliven mentioned. “We’re still trying to find ourselves as a team at this point of the season so to come back and give them a run for their money, it’s a good sign to see us play competitively against one of the division’s better teams.”
Zach Wilcox contributed 15 kills and 12 digs for Chariho. Alec Fowler and Robbie Toth every had 10 digs, whereas Aaron Dolan and Stephen Philipp produced seven digs apiece. Phillip, the Chargers’ setter, had 20 aces and 4 service aces.
Chariho performs host to South Kingstown, 6:30 p.m. Thursday.