Gotowka dominates again for Dunkerque | News, Sports, Jobs

Gotowka dominates again for Dunkerque |  News, Sports, Jobs

Then it was the Ashley Gotowka show. Dunkirk’s senior ace continued her dominating spring with a one-hitter while striking out 12 and walking four as the Marauders handed the Hillbillies their first loss of the season, 5-1 in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association play.

Gotowka Dominates Again For Dunkirk | News, Sports, Jobs “Ashley Gotowka was a senior leader on the mound,” Dunkirk head coach Michelle Gilmour said. “She made adjustments throughout the game, her defense supported her and overall I was extremely proud of how well she threw.”

Jamaladie Pacheco gave Dunkirk a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when she singled and eventually scored on a passed ball. Jenna Truby was hit by a pitch and scored on an error in the fourth for Fredonia.

In the third inning, the hosts took a 2-0 lead when Courtney Zatorski singled, eventually got to third base, and scored on a Gina Salerno single. Summer Clark led the Dunkirk (8-3, 6-2) offense with three singles while Olivia Corbett had two hits, including a double.

In the Marauders’ half of the fourth, Clark reached on an error and Corbett singled before Emily Pacheco hit a two-run single. Jamaladie Pacheco then reached on an error to plate Emily Pacheco. DELLOW DOMINATES

Dellow tripled and scored in the first and second innings before her triple drove in two runs in the seventh inning. No. 9 hitter Casey Black had two hits, including a three-run home run in the second inning, as part of her four RBIs and four runs scored. Brynn Ernewein chipped in two hits and Eva Gnadzinski had a double for the Wolverines (7-0, 6-0), who scored in every inning but the third. “We knew we weren’t the same team we were the first time we played them,” Gilmour said. “We have really grown together and wanted to redeem ourselves, and knew as long as we stayed focused, we could do it.”

Dellow struck out seven and walked two while allowing three unearned runs. “We knew we weren’t the same team we were the first time we played them,” Gilmour said. “We have really grown together and wanted to redeem ourselves, and knew as long as we stayed focused, we could do it.”

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