UC girls clocked by Ridgemont bats

UC girls clocked by Ridgemont bats
Ridgemont clocked out early with a 14-1 triumph over Union City on Tuesday.
The Lady Mustangs struck for four runs in the first inning, three more in the second and seven in the third to dispose of the Lady Twisters in four innings.
In other action on Tuesday, South Fulton shellacked Greenfield 9-1, while Hillcrest fell to Martin 7-4.
Thursday’s middle school softball slate has SF coming to Union City and Dyer against Lake Road at Obion Central’s field in Troy.
The following is a roundup of Tuesday’s games as reported to The Messenger.
Ridgemont 14, UC 1
Winning pitcher Sheridan Bugg assisted her own cause with a pair of singles.
Additionally, MiKayla Scillion drove in a trio and singled, while Autumn Payne had two hits.
On the hill, Bugg, who walked no one, had two strikeouts.
No statistics were reported by the Lady Twisters.
Ridgemont returns to action on Monday at home against Lake County.
SF 9, Greenfield 1
Aalia Bivens drove in a pair, while Melanie Johnson had one ribbie during the Devilettes’ lopsided triumph.
Additionally, Sydney Easterwood had two hits, while winning pitcher Moranda Johns, Kristen Crocker and Alli Ruddle each contributed a safety.
On the mound, Johns struck out three and issued zero walks for South Fulton (14-1).
Martin 7, H’crest 4
Hillcrest (9-7) fell victim to both a four-run fourth-inning Lady Panther rally and the clock on Tuesday.
Martin, which plays middle school softball games with a time limit of an hour and 10 minutes, came through just in time to down the Lady Cougars.
H’crest’s Alaina Walker and Jordan Albright both finished 2-for-2.
Additionally, Ali Adcock drove in a pair, while Rachel Jones, Courtney Heuck and Haley Johnston all offered one hit.
McClain Bell was the losing pitcher.
The Lady Cougars return to action on Sept. 30 at Union City in what is the regular season finale for both squads.

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