MOROCCO | Wednesday was perfect for Bishop Noll’s Andie Fremouw.
The junior pitcher retired all 15 batters she faced, 11 on ground outs, to lead Times No. 9 Bishop Noll to a 10-0 win in five innings against Greater South Shore Conference foe North Newton.
“I had my curveball working a lot, and I threw a couple change-ups that were working,” Fremouw said of her perfect game.
She struck out just one and induced two popouts and two flyouts.
“She keeps the ball down,” Bishop Noll coach Ralph Laramie said.
“I’m really proud of Andie today,” junior shortstop Elena Sobilo said. “She’s stepped up a lot and has been throwing really well this year. She’s been pitching against tough teams, so it’s really good that she got this.”
Erin Mullaney singled and eventually scored on a ground out to put the Warriors up 1-0 in the first. Bishop Noll (11-2, 6-1) broke the game open with a big 5-run fourth inning, highlighted by Fremouw’s bases-loaded two-run double.
“She threw it right down the middle, so I just hit it,” Fremouw said.
Kaelyn Czubak also belted a two-run double in the uprising.
“It was nice to beat them,” said Sobilo, who scored two runs and added an RBI. “They’re a real strong team, so it shows how good we are and shows that we have talent, too.
“Our defense today was strong. I’m really proud of us as a whole.”
North Newton (4-4, 3-3) was victimized by two errors in Noll’s big inning.
“It just wasn’t our game,” said coach Amanda Suarez, whose Spartans beat the Warriors 5-0 earlier in the season. “You have those days, and, unfortunately, today was ours. I don’t know if they’re better than us, but they were better today.”
Bishop Noll looks to take the momentum into today’s GSSC showdown with Wheeler.
“They’re a good team, too,” Sobilo said. “We beat them last time, but we can’t underestimate them.”