Watch Friday 5.13 JSZ Softball Highlights

JSZ has plenty of action for you to help close out the week, including the Somerset County final, and the CAL Tournament semifinals.

Hillsborough 3 Watchung Hills 0 | Somerset County Tournament Final

Another stellar pitching performance from Sarah Davenport delivers the Raiders their second county championship in as many years. Davenport threw a complete game three-hitter with 15 strikeouts to lead Hillsborough (11-5) to a gritty win over previously unbeaten Watchung Hills (16-1). Diya Patel went 2-4 with 2 RBI at the dish for Hillsborough in the win.

JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and reaction from the Torpey Athletic Complex in Bridgewater:

Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates.
Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Watchung Hills is brought to you by Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerville. 

Egg Harbor Twp. 10 Buena 3 | Cape-Atlantic League Tournament Semifinal

After trailing 1-0 for two innings, the Eagles exploded for a six-run, two-out rally in the third inning to take control. Madison Biddle and Kiki Schlemo each tripled and drove in a pair of runs in the frame. Sofia Spatocco added a late two-run homer to seal the win for top-seeded EHT (19-1) Kendal Bryant homered, while Camryn Johnson drove in a pair of runs for fourth-seeded Buena (16-8) in the loss. The Eagles advance to face Cedar Creek in the CAL Tournament final next week.

JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights:

Cedar Creek 8 St. Joseph Academy 6 | Cape-Atlantic League Tournament Semifinal

The second-seeded Pirates take the rubber match with the Wildcats to punch their ticket to the inaugural CAL Tournament title game. Liz Martin pitched a complete game and added two RBIs in the win for Cedar Creek (21-4). Abby Willis hit a three-run home run in the loss for third-seeded St. Joe (16-8). Cedar Creek will face top-seed EHT in the CAL Tournament final next week.

JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Egg Harbor City:

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