|Devilettes batter another old rival
|Posted: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 5:21 pm
|The hits kept a-coming and so did the runs during South Fulton’s 13-1 battering of Trenton.
All totaled, the Devilettes smacked 18 hits and scored in each frame en route to the five-inning victory.
It is the second straight contest where SF has routed an opponent that was once one of the county locals’ most heated rivals.
South Fulton shut out Union City 11-0 on Friday.
In other Tuesday action, Obion Central prevailed 3-1 over Dyersburg, while UC was downed at Halls by the final of 5-1.
Today’s softball slate has SF at Central at 7 tonight. Union City hosts Humboldt today at 4:30.
SF 13, Trenton 1
Haley McKinney was equally effective both on the mound and at the plate.
The SF winning pitcher, who struck out four and allowed just one hit in her four innings on the frame, also made her mark offensively with a 2-for-4 outing and three RBI. For the year, McKinney is 12-5.
Otherwise, Marina Barclay drove in a trio of tallies, while Austin Peay signee Kayla Davidson was a perfect 4-for-4 with a double, triple and two ribbies.
Katie Bivens also chased home three for South Fulton (22-9), while Chelsie Pitts plated one.
Devilette Kacie Daugherty finished Monday’s contest 2-for-4 with a pair of stolen bases.
OC 3, Dyersburg 1
Obion Central’s Macy Allison struck out a pair and allowed just five hits during Monday’s win.
Lambuth-bound Olivia Grady scored twice and doubled for the Lady Rebels (18-10-1), while Alex Rapp, who finished 2-for-3, cross the pay station once.
Otherwise, Mandi McDaniel and Meaghen Strayhorn each had one hit for Central.
OC scored two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and one in the sixth.
Halls 5, UC 1
Losing pitcher Karly Hollis struck out eight for the Lady Twisters (11-12).
Katie Townes doubled to represent Union City’s lone extra-base hit, while Hannah Jackson added a pair of singles.
Angela Chesteen, who scored the only UC run, and Paige Fisher each also had a safety.