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Mustangs sweep in Clarksville tournament

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At Clarksville, Tenn., McCracken County downed a pair of Tennessee schools Saturday at the William Workman Classic. First, Cole Womack tossed a no-hitter despite giving up three runs in a 15-3 triumph over Clarksville Northeast. Dylan Humphrey drove in six runs with three doubles for the Mustangs. Tyler Hicks also had three hits for McCracken.

In their nightcap against Montgomery Central, the Mustangs scored all of their runs in the first inning and held on for the 6-4 victory. McCracken took advantage of three errors and five walks that frame.

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McCracken County 304 440 15 9 3

Clarksville Northeast 200 100 3 0 6

Womack and Schneider; Veltri, Longo (3), West (4) and Moore.

WP: Womack 4k 4w (3-1). LP: Veltri.

2B: M-Humphrey 3. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: M-Humphrey 3-3 (6 RBI), Hicks 3-5 (RBI);

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Montgomery Central 021 001 0 4 5 3

McCracken County 600 000 x 6 3 3

Rye, Prewitt (2) and Slay; Scheer, McMahon (6), Williams (6) and Lineberry.

WP: Scheer (3-2). LP: Rye.

2B: MO-Ramsey. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: MO-Beck 2-4 (RBI); Records: McCracken County 13-4.

Marion 9, Tilghman 4 - Marion (Ill.) scored five runs from four consecutive hits in the third inning and kept Paducah Tilghman at a distance the rest of the game in a 9-4 high school baseball victory on Saturday.

Bryson Whitehead was 2-for-4 with three RBI for the Wildcats. Nick Shumaker had two of the five hits for the Tornado.

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Marion 005 003 1 9 10 1

Paducah Tilghman 002 002 0 4 5 2

Evans, Horn (6), Riem (7) and Nicholson; Moore, R. Butler (6) and Farley.

WP: Evans. LP: Moore (1-1)

2B: PT-England. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: M: Whitehead 2-4 (3 RBI), Chandler Riem 2-4 (RBI); PT-Shumaker 2-4 Records: Paducah Tilghman 12-4

Dinger Bats Classic - At Mayfield, Graves County downed two more teams at its Dinger Bats Wood Bats Classic. First, Clayton Carrico singled to center with two on and two out in the bottom of the sixth to score Peyton Puckett with the winning run in a 4-3 victory over Daviess County. Carrico and Tanner Smith were both 2 for 3 for the Eagles while Zack Burton was 3 for 4 for the Panthers.

The second game was a bit more decisive: a 6-3 win over Evansville (Ind.) Mater Dei. Smith and Eamon Hannan both went 2 for 3 with Smith driving home two runs and Hannan pitching the first three innings.

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Daviess County 003 000 0 3 9 1

Graves County 300 001 x 4 7 1

Currie and Burton; Hayden and Travis.

WP: Hayden (3-0). LP: Currie.

2B: D-Pike; G-Hannan. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: D-Hayden 2-4 (RBI), Burton 3-4 (RBI); G-Smith 2-3, Carrico 2-3 (RBI).

 

Mater Dei 010 100 1 3 4 3

Graves County 202 200 x 6 6 1

Deweese, Seitz (6) and Wilderman; Hannan, Perdue (4), Hinson (7) and Gough.

WP: Perdue (1-0). LP: Deweese.

2B: M-Fleming, Sellers. 3B: M-Sellers; G-Harlow. HR: none. Top hitters:M-Sellers 2-4 (RBI); G-Hannan 2-3, Smith 2-3 (2 RBI) Records: Graves County 10-4.

Softball

At Big Sandy, Tenn., Christian Fellowship suffered a pair of softball losses to Big Sandy on Saturday. First, the Eagles managed only three in a 4-1 loss that lasted just five innings. The nightcap was closer and lasted one more inning. That was when Big Sandy scored the winning run in the 5-4 contest. Abigail Cima was 2 for 4 with two RBI in that game for Christian Fellowship.

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Christian Fellowship 000 01 1 3 2

Big Sandy 130 0x 4 6 0

Ortt and Shelley; Douglas and Melton.

WP: Douglas (2-4). LP: Ortt (2-4)

2B: B-Scarbrough, Wahl. 3B: B-Barren, Pierpoint. HR: none. Top hitters: none.

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Big Sandy 200 201 5 5 1

Christian Fellowship 031 000 4 7 4

Pierpoint and Melton; Ortt and Shelley.

WP: Pierpoint (2-4). LP: Ortt (2-5)

2B: none. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: C-Cima 2-4 (2 RBI); Records: Big Sandy 4-9, Christian Fellowship 2-5.

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