Herrington Pitches Northview To Win Over Central; Aliff Homers In Baseball

April 18, 2017

SOFTBALL

Northview 3, Central 2

The Northview Lady Chiefs beat state-ranked Central 3-2 Monday.

The Chiefs, 11-4 in Class 1A, hosts Chipley Tuesday night to decide if the Chief see second or third seed in upcoming district play.

“We struggled offensively and defensively coming off of a three-day weekend but we had players to step up and drive in three runs when needed to give us the win,” Northview Coach Amy Holland said. “Our team is still very young with only two seniors and the rest mostly ninth and tenth graders…Tori Herrington has 140 strikeouts this year — very impressive for a 10 grader.”

Herrington pitched a complete game for the Chiefs allowing six hits, three runs, two errors and striking out four. She was 1-3 at bat for the Lady Chiefs.

For Northview – Jamia Newton 2-4, R, RBI, 3B; Kendall Enfinger 1-2, RBI; Peighton Dortch 1-3, 3B; Teriana Redmond R.

The Chiefs host Chipley at 6:00 Tuesday in Bratt. Senior Night activities begin at 5:30.

BASEBALL

Northview 12, W.S. Neal 11

The Northview Chiefs beat W.S. Neal Tuesday 12-11. Jared Aliff homored for the Chiefs.

The Chiefs will cross the Escambia River to play Jay’s Royals at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Tate 8, West Florida (9th grade)

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