Seneca hosted Wauzeka-Steuben (WS) Monday night in conference softball action.
WS took the lead with Jadyn Sander getting on base with a single to center, stealing second and both Sander and Molly Heisz scoring on Seneca errors.
The Hornets would add two more runs in the third inning with an over-the-fence homerun by Molly Heisz and Siena Krachey scoring on an infield grounder by Lexi Bird.
Seneca would put a run on the board with Kennedi Smith hitting a single to left, stealing second, advancing to third on an infield grounder by Michelle Clark and scoring on an infield hit by Emily Garfoot.
WS would then score two runs in the fourth inning staring with a triple by Kelsey Kapinus, who scored on a double to right by Molly Heisz. Heisz would then tagup and score on a fly ball by Jamee McCullick.
Seneca added two more runs in the fifth inning with Kennedi Smith hitting a double to left and Michaela Chambers getting on with a bunt. Both Smith and Chambers would score on a double to left by Michelle Clark.
The Hornet’s Jadyn Sander then got on base with a double to left and scored on an infield hit by Whitni Marfilius and Molly Heisz would then be walked in to score the second run in the sixth inning.
Seneca put up two more runs with an over-the-fence homerun by Taylor Redman and Haley Wall would get on with a single to left, steal second and score on a double to center by Kennedi Smith It made the score Seneca-5, WS-8.
In the top of the seventh inning, Kelsey Kapinus walked, Jaydn Sander singled to left and both Kapinus and Sander would score on an over-the-fence homerun by Molly Heisz. Siena Krachey scored the fourth run of the inning for Hornets to make the final score Wauzeka-Steuben-12, Seneca-5.
Haley Wall took the loss for Seneca with six strikeouts and five walks. Morgan Wall also pitched for Seneca with one strikeout and three walks.
Hornet pitcher Whitni Marfilius took the win with three strikeouts and one walk. Seneca will next travel to Weston for a doubleheader on Thursday and host Ithaca on Friday.