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Fry, Ballard girls post no-hitters

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BARDWELL -- Ian Fry struck out eight and walked just two as he tossed a no-hitter for Carlisle County in its five-inning 14-1 First District baseball victory over Fulton County on Monday.

The Comets put the game away with an 11-run first inning, highlighted by Michael Thomason's two-run homer. He finished a single shy of the cycle and drove in four runs. Koleman Yarbrough was 2-for-3 with two RBI for Carlisle.

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Fulton County 0 10 00 1 0 4

Carlisle County (11)03 0x 14 11 0

Goodrich and Kelly; Fry and Davis, Bice (4).

WP: Fry (1-1). LP: Goodrich (0-1)

2B: C-McGee, Thomason, T. Elder. 3B: C-Fry, Thomason. HR: C-Thomason (1 on in 1st). Top hitters: C-Thomason 3-4 (4 RBIs), Koleman Yarbrough 2-3 (2 RBIs). Records: Fulton Co. 0-2, Carlisle 3-1.

Massac 5, Carrier Mills 2 -- At Metropolis, Ill., Logan Forthman tripled home two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to help Massac County break open a close game and ruin the season opener for Carrier Mills.

Patriot pitcher Cole Patterson allowed no hits over five innings and struck out seven for the win.

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Carrier Mills 000 001 1 2 4 2

Massac County 000 041 x 5 10 0

B. Lewis, Betz (6) and R. Lewis; Patterson, Travis (6), Matesevac (7) and Wentworth.

WP: Patterson. LP: B. Lewis

2B: M-Parmer, Weber. 3B: M-Forthman. HR: none. Top hitters: M-Weber 2-4 (RBI), Forthman 2-4 (2 RBIs), Patterson 2-3 (RBI). Records: Carrier Mills 0-1, Massac 4-0.

Softball

Mayfield 5, CFS 4 -- At Briensburg, Desiree Thomas scored off an error at third base in the top of the fifth inning to put Mayfield up for good against Christian Fellowship.

Thomas and Lyndsey Looper each went 2-for-4 for the Cardinals with Looper driving home one run and Thomas striking out four for the win.

Abigail Cima belted a double and a triple for the Eagles, as Maddie Ortt fanned six in the loss.

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Mayfield 200 210 0 5 9 2

CFA 200 200 0 4 6 4

WP: Thomas. LP: Ortt.

2B: M-Looper, Thomas; C-Cima. 3B: C-Cima. HR: none. Top hitters: M-Looper 2-4 (RBI), Thomas 2-4, Jackson 2-3; C-Cima 2-3 (RBI). Records: Mayfield 1-0, CFS 1-2.

Ballard 28, Fulton 0 -- At Fulton, Shelby Hawes and Autumn Dowdy combined on a no-hitter as Ballard Memorial crushed Fulton City in three innings.

Hawes and Jayde Newton both drove in three runs for the Bombers, while Leah Shelley had four RBIs and Madison Calvin collected four hits.

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Ballard Memorial (10)(11)7 28 21 0

Fulton City 0 0 0 0 0 4

Hawes, Dowdy (2) and Greene; NA and NA.

WP: Hawes (3-0). LP: NA.

2B: B-Shelley 2, Hawes. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: B-Hawes 1-2 (3 RBI), Nichols 3-4 (RBI), Shelley 3-3 (4 RBIs), Newton 2-3 (3 RBIs), Calvin 4-5. Records: Ballard 4-0, Fulton City 0-1.

Tennis

BOYS

McCracken County 9,

Marshall County 0

Singles: Zach Althouse d. Hayden Jaco 8-5, Cage Newman d. Kaleb Willy 8-2, Ethan Walker d. Alex Chapman 8-3, Jordon Windhorst d. Thad Buchanan 8-1, Ethan Schaaf d. Trevor Fisk 8-1, Austin Walker d. Colton Adrian 8-1.

Doubles: Newman-Windhorst d. Jaco-Willy 8-5, Althouse-Rady Hall d. Chapman-Willy 9-8, Walker-Walker d. Fisk-Adrian 8-0.

GIRLS

McCracken County 9,

Marshall County 0

Singles: Erin Byassee d. Elizabeth Padgett 8-1, Allie Farmer d. Courtney Phillips 8-0, Isabella McKinney d. Abbey Harrington 8-0, Lauren Rudolph d. Kat Howard 8-0, Ariel Fox d. Kelsey Myers 8-0, Gabbi Smith d. Mindy King 8-6.

Doubles: Byassee-Farmer d. Padgett-Phillips 8-1, McKinney-Rudolph d. Harrington-Howard 8-0, Ashley Dalton-Allison Hane d. Myers/King 8-1.

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