|SF duo no-hits Bradford |
|Melissa Reams and Haley McKinney gave South Fulton a memorable start to the 2008 postseason. |
The Devilette hurlers combined to toss a no-hitter and lead SF over Bradford 12-0 during first round action of the District 14A Tournament Saturday.
Reams tossed the first four innings with just two walks allowed and eight strikeouts in leading South Fulton (18-7) past its Red-and-White comrades. McKinney tossed the final frame with nothing allowed and a pair of punchouts.
Today’s slate has SF — which is hosting the league’s tournament — playing against Gleason at 5:30.
Union City is also set for action in the 14A tourney this afternoon at 4 versus Dresden.
A do-or-die game between the losers of today’s first two games is on tap for 7 this evening at the South Fulton field.
The winners of today’s first two matchups at SF will advance to play against each other Tuesday at 5.
At Troy, the District 13AA Tournament has seen a schedule change thanks to the rain and severe weather that engulfed the area Friday afternoon.
Today’s slate is what was originally on tap for Friday.
Obion Central will take on Westview tonight at 6 with Dyersburg playing Dyer County in loser’s bracket action at 4 and Gibson County and Crockett County facing off at 8.
So. Fulton 12, Bradford 0
The Devilettes scored five in the first, four in the second, one in the third and a pair in the fourth during Saturday’s shellacking of B’ford.
Katie Bivens and Marina Barclay each drove in a pair for South Fulton during the game, which had been originally scheduled for Friday afternoon.
Kayla Davidson and Reams each had a double as part of SF’s 14-hit onslaught with Kaci Daugherty reaching safely once for the victors.