FORT PLAIN -- In a wild one, the Fort Plain Lady Hilltoppers softball team prevailed against the Mayfield Lady Panthers, 12-11, Wednesday in a Western Athletic Conference matchup.
Fort Plain led 5-0 and 10-3 before needing a run in its final at-bat to ward off a Mayfield comeback.
In the victory, Fort Plain's Desiree Suits had three singles and a solo home run. Meanwhile, both Abby Boyer and Haley Kilmartin each had three singles; Kilmartin had three RBIs, while Boyer collected two.
Mayfield's Mackenzie Biggers had four singles and three RBIs in the loss, while Maria Messina had two doubles and two RBIs. Kristina Auty added two singles and two RBIs for the club.
Shawna Cotton picked up the win for Fort Plain.
Schoharie 2, Canajoharie 1
Gabi Danthine ripped three singles and scored a run to lead Schoharie to a win over Canajoharie.
Canajoharie falls to 1-1 on the season.
Galway 19, B-K-W 4
Felecia Snyder hit for the cycle and Sabrina Williams added a triple, double and two singles to lead Galway past Berne-Knox-Westerlo.
Jessi Freeburn contributed to Galway's 25-hit attack with four singles.
OESJ 24, Sharon Springs 4
Caitlyn Handy belted two home runs and drove in nine runs to lead Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville to an easy win over Sharon Springs.
OESJ broke the game open with a 17-run outburst in the fourth inning.
Western Athletic Conference
Galway pounded out a dozen hits in its season-opening win, as several players starred for the Eagles.
Zachary Hartman picked up the win, tossing five innings of two-run baseball. He picked up five strikeouts, and Hartman also collected three hits on offense.
Max Conti had a home run for Galway, which also received two doubles and two RBIs from Sam Uline. Taylor Hartman added three RBIs.
F-MCC 7, RPI JV 1
RPI JV 9, F-MCC 8
Gregory Mosetti went 4-for-4 and drove in two runs and Kristjan Maksuti was 2-for-5 with three RBIs to help Fulton-Montgomery Community College defeat RPI JV in the opening game of a scheduled doubleheader.
Andrew Houser and Christopher Rockefeller chipped in with two singles apiece for the winners (6-9).
In the second game, RPI JV jumped out to an 8-0 lead after five innings and held on for the win.
Greg Ruddy went 3-for-5 with two RBIs to lead F-MCC.