BUFFALO — Salamanca pitchers Adjaza Brown and her cousin Emma Brown combined for a no-hitter, springing a Section 6 Class C softball first round upset over No. 4 Lafayette (12-1) Thursday.

Adjaza struck out 12 and walked four over the first six innings and Emma had a strikeout in closing the seventh for a 13-3 victory, advancing to a Monday afternoon (4:45 p.m.) quarterfinal against Cattaraugus-Little Valley.

Kamryn Cook went 3-for-4 with a double and scored three runs while Caryn Miller was 2-for-4 for the No. 13 Warriors (3-10).

Leslliam Vincent scored twice for Lafayette after reaching on a walk and a fielder’s choice.

“For the first three or four innings (Adjaza) was really strong,” SHS coach Keith Jones said. “We went three up, three down for three innings and they only had four batters in two other innings. She fell off a bit toward the end but she still kept the no-hitter.”

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CATTARAUGUS — Emma Rupp held Allegany-Limestone to four hits over the first six innings and marked three singles and three RBI for No. 5 Cattaraugus-Little Valley (9-6).

Rupp had two strikeouts and two walks. Lexi Wulf led the T-Wolves with four hits, including a triple, and two RBI and Mackenzie Ryan had three singles for four RBI as C-LV collected 17 hits.

No. 12 Allegany-Limestone finishes the year 3-11-1. C-LV hosts Salamanca on Monday after the Warriors’ upset at Lafayette.

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