The Western Reserve Academy softball team’s season ended with a thud.

But what a spring it was for the Pioneers.

Host Reserve finished 10-4 after losing a doubleheader to Doylestown Chippewa on Saturday.

WRA lost the first game 16-2. The game was called after six innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.

Megan Hovan, a shortstop, smacked two singles and also made stellar plays on defense to keep runs from scoring.

Graicen Radel scored both runs and drew three walks and Lauren Radel had a single, a walk and an RBI for the Pioneers, who finished with just four hits.

Reserve lost the second game 6-5. WRA had runners on first and second in the bottom of the seventh, but it could not get the tying run across the plate.

Josie Spano, who had two doubles, a walk, two runs scored and an RBI in the batter’s box, took the loss despite allowing just five hits and finishing with eight strikeouts and one walk in the pitcher’s circle.

Graicen Radel had three hits and an RBI and Hovan had a single, two walks, an RBI and a run scored.

Trinity Refosco reached base twice and had a single and two runs scored for the Pioneers. Carmen Majewski added two singles and Lauren Radel had a single and an RBI for Reserve.