The Scioto Valley Conference saw some big shake-ups in softball and baseball standings Monday.
The Zane Trace Lady Pioneers traveled to Unioto and upset the first-place team in high school softball, 10-9, Monday. Unioto led 4-0 after two innings, however, Zane Trace started the third inning by putting up 2 runs.
Both teams would add more runs in the next two innings, but ZT senior Maggie Davis (pictured below) evened the score at 8-8 in the 6th, when she hit an RBI single with two outs.
ZT freshman pitcher Morgan Geno shut down Unioto's offense in the 6th and then came up with a clutch, 2-run homer in the top of the 7th with two outs to put the score at 10-8.
Unioto was able to muster up one run in the 7th, but fell short in the final score: 10-9.
Unioto pitched Gina Wright, Emily Ward, Erin Bane, and then went back to Ward, who took the loss.
Zane Trace, which improves to (7-2), had 10 hits, while Unioto (8-1) had 12.
SVC Softball standings now has Unioto at (8-1) followed by Zane Trace and Westfall at (7-2) after the Lady Mustangs drilled Southeastern 20-1.
In baseball action, Piketon ran their SVC record to (6-3) as they handed league leader Adena their first conference set-back 9-5. Zach Farmer of the Redstreaks fanned 18 hitters and yielded two hits for the game.
(6-3) Unioto blanked (6-3) Zane Trace 2-0 and Southeastern picked-up their first SVC win in a 2-1 decision over (5-4) Westfall.