|Molly Likins watches a ball sail over the fence as she made it a 4-0 game in the sixth inning.|
Youth Softball Day brought the crowd Sunday, and The College of Wooster softball team did not disappoint with a sweep over John Carroll University, taking game one 4-0 and game two 10-1 (5 innings).
Game two, in particular, saw a pair of feats for the program. Junior Marina Roski hit her second home run of the season, which gave her sole possession atop the program's career home run list with 12.
Game two also saw Wooster's eighth no-hitter of all-time and its first since Maddy Chase's perfect game against Wentworth in 2015. First-year Katie Agatucci allowed one unearned run in the first inning but still did not allow a hit in the complete five-inning game performance.
Agatucci walked five and struck out three. The one run came in the first where a pair of walks and an error brought forth the only score for the Blue Streaks.
After that, she had a perfect second inning and walked a batter in each the third, fourth and fifth innings.
Agatucci had plenty of run support, starting with Roski's solo home run in the bottom of the second. In the same inning, Emmalee Cooke tripled to bring home another run before scoring herself on a single from Kendall Lloyd.
Cooke had herself a weekend, hitting for the cycle between the four games. She went 2-for-3 in game one with two doubles and a run scored and in game two went 3-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and a run scored.
Adding in Saturday's games, she finished the weekend 10-for-14 with one home run, one triple, three doubles and four RBI.
Her sister showed off her power in game one as Molly had a solo shot in the sixth.
Wooster did the rest of their work in the third inning. Lloyd had an RBI single, and the Scots scored two runs on a dropped fly ball in center field.
Marissa Norgrove had a second quality start in as many days. The sophomore pitched a complete game shutout, striking out one and giving up just five hits.
John Carroll drops to 10-16. Wooster is now 15-7 overall and winners of their last seven games. They will take a 4-0 NCAC record to Oberlin College on Tuesday in a conference doubleheader.