Great pitching, hitting, and fielding fuel Spring-Ford’s softball team as the Rams complete historic run with first-ever state championship.


Photo courtesy of Spring-Ford

The Spring-Ford softball team is pictured following their victory in the PIAA 6A semifinals. The Rams won the state championship on Friday in a 5-0 victory over Seneca Valley.

Staff Report

Spring-Ford pitcher Jules Scogna didn’t take any chances Friday at Penn State’s Beard Stadium in the PIAA 6A Softball Championship.

In the final start of her high school career, the senior pitched seven scoreless innings in a 5-0 shutout victory over Seneca Valley to ensure the Rams would win the program’s first state championship. The final out – a fly ball to third base – completed an astounding 14 innings of no-run softball over the state semifinals and finals by Scogna.

The Rams (23-2) ended their historic season with strong pitching, timely hitting, and terrific defense.