HELENA — Kaylee Kannegiesser hit two solo home runs and Piper Chartier threw 6 2/3 innings of no-hit ball to help Billings Skyview defeat Helena 2-1 in eight innings Saturday in nonconference softball.
Earlier in the day, Kannegiesser broke a tie score with an RBI double in the top of the seventh and Hannah Hoffarth added an insurance run with a sacrifice fly in the Falcons’ 5-4 win over Helena Capital.
Hoffarth had two RBIs in the game, and both Kannegiesser and Raegan Harper had two hits. Shea Earley earned the win, giving up three runs in the first and one in the seventh.
Kendall Isaacson and Sara Bury had two hits and two RBIs each for Capital.
Against Helena, Kannegiesser’s first home run broke a scoreless tie in the top of the six. Helena’s Vanessa Walsh homered with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to end Chartier’s no-hit bid before Kannegeisser blasted her second homer of the game in the top of the eighth.
Harper threw a scoreless bottom of the eighth to get the save.
The Falcons finish the regular season 14-5 and will be the No. 2 seed in next week’s Eastern AA Divisional at Stewart Park.