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SF standing tall on usual plateau

SF standing tall on usual plateau
SF standing tall on usual plateau

South Fulton’s Macy Maxwell has the softball in her glove on a forceout during the Devilettes’ victory on Tuesday.
South Fulton is standing on a familiar plateau.
The Devilettes routed Fulton City 14-0 to earn their 11th 20-win season in Curt Lee’s 12 seasons with the program.
The victory also marks the seventh consecutive campaign in which SF, now 20-9, has reached what is usually regarded as one of the benchmarks of a successful season.
For his career at SF, Lee is now 266-79-1.
Other action on Tuesday had Union City twice a winner against Greenfield. The Lady Tornadoes downed G’field by 11 runs in both contests, winning the opener of the doubleheader by a 11-0 margin and triumphing in the second contest 12-1.
Today’s softball slate has Obion Central at Ripley for a makeup game.
The following is a roundup of Tuesday’s action.
SF 14, Fulton City 0
Winning pitcher Sara Reams was equally effective on the mound and at the plate. The Devilette hurler allowed just one hit in her complete game shutout and helped her cause with a home run and three RBI.
Haley McKinney also chased home three tallies during a 2-for-3 afternoon, while Marina Barclay drove in two.
Both Macy Maxwell and Jennifer Allen had one ribbie. Maxwell doubled twice, while Allen was 3-for-4.
Otherwise, Savannah Larson, Kacie Daugherty and Chelsie Pitts all had one hit for the Devilettes.
SF hosts Union City on Friday in its regular-season home finale. South Fulton seniors will be honored prior to the 6:30 game.
UC 11-12, G’field 0-1
Hannah Jackson knocked a two-run home run, while Katie Townes added a solo shot during the Lady Twisters’ Game 1 win.
Olivia Arnold, Paige Fisher and Allison Bruff all doubled during the first game.
Jackson was credited with three RBI in the first game, while Angela Chesteen, Arnold and Townes all drove in a pair.
Karly Hollis struck out five en route to the mound win.
In Game 2, winning pitcher Katie Hawks homered and drove in a total of four runs, while Fisher and Arnold both doubled.
Townes and Bruff chased home a pair, while Kaitlyn Wheeles had one RBI in the second contest.
Karly Hollis and her sister Sadie also saw time on the hill during Game 2. The former struck out six, while the latter had two punchouts.
The UC softball team travels to South Fulton on Friday.
Saturday’s scheduled doubleheader vs. Dyersburg for the Lady Tornadoes has been canceled.

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