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Whittaker homers twice in Viking victory

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St. Mary 13, Carlisle 0 - At Bardwell, Ross Whittaker belted a solo homer in the fourth inning and a grand slam in the fifth to help St. Mary rout Carlisle County in five innings. John Higgins had three hits and pitched the first three innings for the Viking win.

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St. Mary 052 15 13 8 1

Carlisle County 000 00 0 1 1

J. Higgins, M. Higgins (4) and Darnell; Crawford, Mills (3), Gamble (5) and Gamble, NA (5), .

WP: J. Higgins (3-0). LP: Crawford.

2B: none. 3B: none. HR: S-Whittaker (none on in 4th), (3 on in 5th). Top hitters: S-Whittaker 2-3 (6 RBI), Sims 2-2 (RBI), J. Higgins 3-3. Records: St. Mary 13-2, Carlisle County 12-8-1.

Graves 4, Hickman 0 - At Clinton, Austin Jones's bases-loaded single in the fifth drove in two runs and sealed Graves County's win over Hickman County. Jones and Tyler Harlow both went 2-for-4 for the Eagles.

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Graves County 001 030 0 4 7 1

Hickman County 000 000 0 0 2 3

Carrico, Puckett (6), Hannan (7) and Gough; Speed, Gallimore (7) and Gallimore, Howard (7).

WP: Carrico. LP: Speed (2-3)

2B: G-Smith. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: G-Harlow 2-4, A. Jones 2-4 (2 RBI). Records: Graves County 15-4, Hickman County 5-13.

Crittenden 7, Caldwell 6 - At Marion, Caldwell County made a variety of mistakes and Crittenden County was able to capitalize for the extra-inning win.

The Tigers led 6-4 going into the bottom of the sixth, where the Rockets scored the tying runs on a hit batter and a fielder's choice during a double play. In the bottom of the eighth, Nick Castiller was hit by a pitch and sacrificed to second by Travis Gilbert. Taylor Champion was intentionally walked and Devin Belt hit into a fielder's choice. The throw from second to first went wild, allowing Castiller to score the winning run.

Brendan Phillips was 2-for-3 with two RBI for Crittenden as was Caldwell's Landon Burns.

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Caldwell County 300 030 00 6 7 2

Crittenden County 301 002 01 7 10 0

Young, Oliver (6), Estes (6) and Stewart; Gilbert, Champion (6) and Phillips.

WP: Champion (1-0). LP: Estes.

2B: CA-Anderson, Burns; CR-Phillips. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: CA-Anderson 2-4, VanHooser 3-4, Burns 2-3 (2 RBI); CR-Gilbert 2-3, Champion 2-3, Phillips 2-3 (2 RBI). Records: Caldwell County 8-13, Crittenden County 6-11.

Softball

Lyon 12, Caldwell 2 - At Princeton, Lyon County struck early with five runs in the first inning and never looked back on Caldwell County. Kacie Freeman, Hannah Holloman and Courtney Klueppel each went 3-for-4 for the Lyons while pitcher Sophie Bingham held the Tigers to three hits.

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Lyon County 540 03 12 17 0

Caldwell County 200 00 2 3 4

Bingham and Holloman; Darnell and Smith, Griggs (4).

WP: Bingham (8-3). LP: Darnell.

2B: L-Holloman 2, Freeman, Klueppel; C-Oden. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: L-Bingham 2-5, Freeman 3-4, Klueppel 3-4, Holloman 3-4, Day 2-4. Records: Lyon County 11-6, Caldwell County

CFS 21, Evangel 8 - At Louisville, Christian Fellowship scored seven runs over the first two innings, then got seven more in both the third and the fifth to stop Evangel Christian in five in a battle of Eagle squads. Emily Bridges was 3-for-5 with six RBI for Fellowship while teammate Abby Fletcher was 2-for-4 with three RBI. Battista Estrada drove in four runs for Evangel on a single and a three-run homer.

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CFS 437 07 21 12 2

Evangel Christian 004 04 8 10 13

Ortt, Miller (3), Jackson (4) and Shelley; Taylor, Merecer (3) and Janes.

WP: Ortt (4-8). LP: Taylor (0-2)

2B: none. 3B: C-Bridges 2. HR: E-Battista Estrada (2 on in 3rd). Top hitters: C-Shelley 2-4 (2 RBI), Bridges 3-5 (6 RBI), Cima 2-5 (2 RBI), A. Fletcher 2-4 (3 RBI); E-Estrada 2-2 (4 RBI), Mercer 2-3, Gannon 2-2 (RBI), Janes 2-2 (2 RBI). Records: Christian Fellowship 4-8, Evangel Christian 0-2.

Massac 8, Benton 2 - At Metropolis, Ill., Jessie Douglas was 3-for-4 with two RBI and a home run shy of hitting for the cycle as Massac County downed Benton. Josie Garduno and Jordyn Smith both doubled twice for the Patriots while the Rangers got their only runs on solo homers in the third and fourth innings.

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Benton 001 100 0 2 8 0

Massac County 221 012 x 8 14 2

Mosley and Dixon; Boyd and Cowgill.

WP: Boyd (2-0). LP: Mosley (8-9)

2B: M-Garduno 2, Smith 2, Douglas, Lamb, McBride. 3B: M-Douglas. HR: B-Sandusky (none on in 3rd), Hunter (none on in 4th). Top hitters: B-Sandusky 2-4 (RBI), Gischer 3-4; M-Douglas 3-4 (2 RBI), Garduno 2-4 (RBI), Smith 2-4, Records: Benton 8-9, Massac County 8-6.

 Calloway 4, Carlisle 0 - At Murray, Laken Kelso struck out eight Carlisle County batters while allowing one walk and three hits to earn the shutout for Calloway County. Ashlyn Stalls drove in two Laker runs with a single and a sacrifice.

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Carlisle County 000 000 0 0 3 0

Calloway County 001 102 x 4 9 2

O'Daniel and Martin; L. Kelso and K. Kelso.

WP: L.Kelso (7-11). LP: O'Daniel (8-10)

2B: CR-Wildharber; CL-Garland, Kelly. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: CR-Morris 2-3; CL-Douglas 2-4, Kelly 2-3, Stalls 1-4 (2 RBI). Records: Carlisle County 8-10, Calloway County 7-14

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