MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- McCracken County won two games on Saturday on its way to winning the championship of the 24th Annual USA Baseball Classic.
In its first game, the Mustangs got on top early and used a dominant sixth inning to beat Christian Brothers, 13-1.
With Rece Carter shutting down Christian Brothers, McCracken gave him plenty of run support by going up 4-0 after two innings. McCracken, leading 5-1 in the fifth inning, put the game away in the next frame with RBI singles from Daniel Myatt, James Michael Dodd, Cameron Langston, Trent Shelby and two-run doubles from Will Sykes and Mason Vinyard.
Carter allowed just two hits and no earned runs to pick up the win, and was backed by a balanced offense led by Vinyard, Shelby and Sykes all with two hits and two RBIs. Rook Ellington scored three times.
McCracken faced Ventura, California, in the championship and went up by three runs in the first inning, highlighted by Langston's two-run double. That 3-0 lead doubled by the next inning, as Myatt and Shelby both contributed with RBI singles. McCracken tacked on additional runs in the third, fifth and sixth innings to blow out Ventura.
Colin McCutchen allowed just four hits and no earned runs in six innings to grab the win. Myatt (three hits, three RBIs) and Langston (two hits, two RBIs, two runs) paced the Mustang offense.
Since starting the season 3-3, the Mustangs have won eight of their last nine games.
McCracken Co. 130 018 13 12 3
Christian Bros. 001 000 1 2 5
2B: M-Sykes, Vinyard. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: M-Ellington 1-2 (3 R), Shelby 2-4 (2 RBI, R), Sykes 2-4 (2 RBI, R), Vinyard 2-4 (2 RBI, R).
Ventura 000 010 1 4 2
McCracken Co. 332 102 11 11 2
2B: M-Langston, Ehling, Shelby. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: M-Myatt 3-4 (3 RBI, 2 R), Langston 2-4 (2 RBI, 2 R),
McCracken 8, Collierville 3 -- At Memphis, Tennessee, McCracken County provided the offensive punch early and didn't look back in picking up an 8-3 win over Collierville, Tennessee, on Friday in high school baseball.
McCracken drove in runs on four consecutive plays in the second inning, with Mason Vinyard and Nathan Bynum scoring Mustangs with RBI singles, Rook Ellington drawing a bases-loaded walk, and Daniel Myatt driving in another with a sacrifice fly. Two batters later, Cameron Langston had his own sacrifice fly to give McCracken a 6-0 advantage.
It was ample run support for Luke Seed, who went the distance on the mound. He struck out five to stay sharp.
Leading the Mustang offense was Ellington with three runs and Myatt with three RBIs.
Collierville 000 300 0 3 5 3
McCracken Co. 150 200 x 8 9 1
2B: None. 3B: M-Ellington. HR: None. Top hitters: Ellington 1-3 (RBI, 3 R), Myatt (1-3 (3 RBI, R), Langston 1-2 (2 RBI). Record: McCracken County 10-4.
Tilghman 15, Mason 0 -- At Bowling Green, the bats stayed hot for the second straight game for Paducah Tilghman, which have scored 38 runs in their last two games.
On Saturday against Mason County, Tilghman got things going with a five-run second inning that included with a two-run single from Colbe Crim. Crim added another two-run single in the fourth inning, which was punctuated by a three-run home run off the bat of Isaac Humphrey.
Eric Riffe added three RBIs and Will Thompson scored after all three of his hits. Josh Lang pitched four scoreless innings to pick up the win.
Pad. Tilghman 053 70 15 12 0
Mason Co. 000 00 0 4 0
WP: Lang. LP: Hill.
2B: PT-Thompson 2. 3B: M-Porter. HR: PT-Humphrey (2 on in fourth). Top hitters: PT-Riffe 1-2 (3 RBI, 2 R), Lang 2-3 (3 RBI), Crim 2-3 (4 RBI, R), Humphrey 1-3 (3 RBI, R), Thompson 3-3 (3 R). Records: Paducah Tilghman 10-3, Mason County 4-6.
Henry 6, Calloway 2 -- At Murray, a four-run fifth inning for Henry County proved to be the difference Friday.
Henry led 1-0 until that pivotal inning, which came against Calloway ace Tyce Stalls.
Calloway had just three hits, with Garrett Scott and Jonathan Kuykendall scoring the runs and Carson Chapman and Jonah Brannon providing the RBIs.
Henry Co. 100 041 0 6 8 1
Calloway Co. 000 020 0 2 3 2
WP: Robbins. LP: Stalls.
2B: H-Updyke, Bomar, Piskos. 3B: H-Updyke. HR: None. Top hitters: H-Updyke 2-3 (RBI), Pope 2-4 (2 RBI), Atkins 2-2 (R). Record: Calloway County 1-5.
Trigg 7, Todd Central 4 -- At Cadiz, Trigg County turned things around Saturday thanks to a big four-run fourth inning to get past Todd Central. Trigg trailed 4-2 going to the fourth inning, but took its own two-run lead after the frame that included a pair of RBI ground outs.
Trevor Cortner had three hits for Trigg, Darrin Brown added two hits and two RBIs and Micah Brown contributed a pair of hits with two runs.
Todd Cent. 121 000 0 4 4 2
Trigg Co. 200 401 X 7 11 2
WP: Radford. LP: Weathers.
2B: None. 3B: To-Rager; Tr-Stallons. HR: None. Top hitters: Tr-Cortner 3-3 (RBI, R), D. Brown 2-3 (2 RBI), M. Brown 2-3 (2 R). Records: Todd County Central 1-11, Trigg 5-3.
Calloway 13, Carlisle 3 -- At Murray, Calloway County scored in all six innings to grab the win over Carlisle County on Saturday.
Jeremy Darnell and Lofon Pigg swung the heavy bats for Calloway, each going for three hits and combining for nine RBIs. Jacob Fritts scored four times.
Carlisle scored in its first three innings to keep the game close, but Aaron Dawson shut down the Comets in his 3.1 innings in relief.
Daven McGee and Cole Deweese each had three hits and an RBI for Carlisle.
Carlisle Co. 111 000 3 14 1
Calloway Co. 123 124 13 11 0
WP: Dawson. LP: Thomason.
2B: Car-Fry; Cal-Pigg. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: Car-McGee 3-4 (RBI), Fry 2-4, Thomason 2-4 (R), Deweese 3-3 (RBI); Cal-Darnell 3-3 (5 RBI, 2 R), Brannon 2-4 (RBI, R), Pigg 3-5 (4 RBI). Records: Calloway 2-5, Carlisle 6-6.
Elizabethtown 3, Caldwell 0; CAL 9, Caldwell 3 -- At Elizabethtown, the Caldwell County bats fell flat as the Tigers dropped a pair of games at the Wyman/Atcher State Farm Spring Break Bash.
In its loss to Elizabethtown, Caldwell had just one hit but was in the game until the sixth inning. The Panthers led just 1-0 into the sixth, when they added two more runs thanks to a double and an ensuing error.
Caldwell put the ball in play -- striking out just twice -- but Graham Meek had its number in pitching the shutout.
In their second game, the Tigers used RBIs from Gauge Hendon and Noah Brown to take a 2-0 lead in the second inning, but Christian Academy-Louisville tied it up in the bottom half of the frame.
CAL went on to score three in the fifth inning and four more in the sixth to put the game away.
Tyler Ramey had two hits with an RBI and run for the Tigers, who are now 6-4 on the season.
Caldwell Co. 000 000 0 0 1 2
Elizabethtown 001 002 x 3 5 3
WP: Meek. LP: Ramey.
2B: E-Meek. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters.
Caldwell Co. 020 001 0 3 6 5
CAL 020 034 x 9 8 1
WP: Brown. LP: Felker.
2B: CAL-Brown. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: C-Ramey 2-3 (RBI, R); CAL-Dupps 3-4 (3 RBI, R), Brown 2-4 (2 RBI, R).
Hickman 18, Cairo 1 -- At Clinton, Rob Simpson and JD McClanahan combined for the no-hitter and Grant Davis hit two home runs in a big Hickman County victory on Saturday over Cairo, Illinois.
Simpson and McClanahan struck out eight batters to accomplish the no-hitter, and they were quickly aided by 10 runs in the first inning from the Hickman offense.
Davis hit a three-run home run and a solo shot, and Sam Gallimore and Simpson each had three hits and combined for seven RBIs.
Cairo 100 00 0 1 1
Hickman Co. 1017 0 16 18 3
2B: H-Gallimore, Templeton. 3B: H-Simpson. HR: H-Davis (2). Top hitters: H-Davis 2-3 (4 RBI), Gallimore 3-4 (3 RBI), Simpson 3-3 (4 RBI). Record: Hickman County 2-3.
Graves 12, Middle College 3 -- At Memphis, Tennessee, Graves County scored in all but one of its innings to pick up a lopsided win over Middle College, Tennessee.
Right out of the gate, Lane Howell and Zach Barnett had RBI base hits in the first inning to begin big games. They each had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Eagle offense.
Levi Nesler scored three times for Graves, which had four of its top five hitters in the lineup score multiple runs.
Graves Co. 321 204 12 9 4
Middle Col. 002 100 3 5 5
WP: Carrico. LP: Pruitt.
2B: G-Howell, Richards; M-Pruitt. 3B: G-Naranjo; M-Syles. HR: None. Top hitters: G-Overby 1-3 (2 R), Howell 2-3 (2 RBI, 2 R), Nesler 1-3 (RBI, 3 R), Naranjo 2-4 (2 R), Barnett 2-4 (2 RBI); M-Mabry 2-3, Syles 2-3 (RBI, R). Record: Graves County 6-3.
Graves 25, Middle College 5 -- At Memphis, Tennessee, Graves County broke open a tie game with seven runs in the third inning, nine in the fourth and seven more in the fifth to complete a doubleheader sweep of Middle College, Tennessee.
Jordyn Naranjo had just two hits for the Eagles, but they were a three-run homer in the fourth inning and a two-run blast in the fifth. Clint Williams got just one hit for Graves, but it was a third-inning grand slam. Naranjo and Lane Howell both had five RBIs for the Eagles, while Williams and Drew Cooper each drove home four runs.
Graves Co. 117 97 25 13 2
Middle Col. 111 20 5 8 9
WP: Overby. LP: Avant.
2B: G-Richards; M-Pruitt. 3B: G-Barnett, Cooper. HR: G-Naranjo (2 on in 4th) (1 on in 5th), Howell (2 on in 5th), Williams (3 on in 3rd). Top hitters: G-Cooper 2-4 (4 RBIs), Howell 2-3 (5 RBIs), Nesler 2-4 (RBI), Naranjo 2-4 (5 RBIs), Barnett 1-2 (2 RBIs), Williams 1-3 (4 RBIs); M-Avant 2-3, Moore 1-2 (2 RBIs). Record: Graves County 7-3.
Crittenden wins three -- At Clarksville, Tennessee, Crittenden County prepared for this week's Second Region All A Classic by sweeping the three games it played at the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association Classic.
In their first game, the Rockets scored eight runs in the second inning to streak past Stewart County, Tennessee, 12-2. Beverly Book hit two-run homers in both the second and third innings for Crittenden.
The Rockets than faced Calloway County in a game filled with strikeouts and Crittenden winning 4-2. Cassidy Moss allowed just one hit and struck out six in the win, She helped her own cause with a two-run homer in the critical third inning. Laker pitcher Laken Kelso struck out eight in the loss.
In their final game of the day, the Rockets held off a late surge by Montgomery Central, Tennessee, for the 6-4 victory. Moss won all three of her games for the day and got her second home run here with a solo shot in the first inning. Kaitlyn Hicks was 2-for-2 with two RBIs for Crittenden.
Stewart Co. 000 2 2 3 2
Crittenden Co. 183 0 12 11 0
WP: Ca. Moss. LP: NA
2B: C-A. Hicks, Beverly. 3B: none. HR: C-Book (1 on in 2nd) (1 on in 3rd); S-Madison (1 on in 4th). Top hitters: C-A. Hicks 2-3 (RBI), Beverly 2-3, Book 2-2 (4 RBIs).
Calloway Co. 100 1 2 1 2
Critt enden Co. 103 0 4 4 2
WP: Ca. Moss. LP: L. Kelso.
2B: none. 3B: none. HR: CR-A. Hicks (none on in 1st), Ca. Moss (1 on in 3rd). Top hitters: CR-A. Hicks 2-3 (RBI).
Montgomery Cen. 000 4 4 5 3
Crittenden Co. 123 x 6 7 3
WP: Ca. Moss. LP: Dunn
2B: M-Buckner; C-K. Hicks, Ca. Moss. 3B: none. HR: C-Ca. Moss (none on in 1st). Top hitters: M-Christy 2-2 (2 RBIs), Ca. Moss 2-2 (RBI), K. Hicks 2-2 (2 RBIs). Records: Crittenden 9-2.
Murray 10, Hickman 7 -- At Murray, the host Lady Tigers found production up and down the lineup to grab the win over Hickman County in the Murray Spring Break Bash on Saturday.
Four of Hickman County's seven errors came in the first two innings, when Murray built a 5-1 lead. Only three of the Lady Tiger runs were earned.
Gracie Lusk scored in the fifth inning for the Lady Falcons to cap their comeback, tying the game at 6. From there, Paige Miller gave the Lady Tigers the lead for good with her RBI single and ensuing run off of Brittany Tipton's hit to make it 8-6.
Miller had four RBIs on her two hits, and Calli Carver drove in three on her pair of hits. Carver and Makenzie Turley each scored three times.
Lusk led the Lady Falcons by scoring three times and driving in a pair of runs, which included a home run.
Murray 321 002 2 10 9 3
Hickman Co. 102 031 0 7 7 7
WP: McClure. LP: Batts.
2B: M-Carver, Rickman; H-Lusk, Batts, Andrews, Whitlock. 3B: None. HR: H-Lusk. Top hitters: M-Turley 1-5 (3 R), Carver 2-5 (3 RBI, 3 R), Miller 2-4 (4 RBI, R; H-Lusk 3-2 (3 R, 2 RBI).
Trigg 20, Murray 16 -- At Murray, offenses were high and mighty Friday for both Trigg County and Murray in their Murray Spring Break Bash game.
Trigg scored five runs in the seventh inning to take the lead for good, as Autumn Durham drove in the go-ahead run and Madison Simpson and Hannah Colbert provided insurance RBIs. Addison Rogers homered and had four hits and four runs to help lead the Lady Wildcat offensive explosion, which also included four hits and four RBIs from Colbert. Durham provided three runs and three RBIs on her three hits.
Murray had its share of runs, as well, and were led by a four-hit, three-run outing from Mackenzie Turley. Alexis Burpo drove in five runs with her pair of doubles, and Calli Carver had four runs and three runs driven in with her two hits.
Trigg Co. 073 023 5 20 16 4
Murray 111 643 0 16 11 7
WP: Colbert. LP: McClure.
2B: T-Colbert (2), Durham (2), Simpson (2); M-Burpo (2), Turley. 3B: None. HR: T-Rogers. Top hitters: T-Rogers 4-4 (2 RBI, 4 R), Colbert 4-5 (4 RBI, 2 R), Durham 3-4 (3 RBI, 3 R), Simpson 2-5 (2 RB), Darnall 1-5 (4 R). M-Turley 4-5 (3 R), McClure 2-6 (RBI, R), Carver 2-4 (3 RBI, 4 R), Burpo 2-4 (5 RBI).
Marshall 6, Assumption 5; Baker 9, Marshall 6 -- At Huntsville, Alabama, Addie Young and Payton Smothers each homered in both of the Lady Marshal games Saturday, which they split to end their stay at the Bob Jones Invitational.
In Marshall's win over Louisville Assumption, Young hit a two-run home run in the third inning to put Marshall ahead 4-0, and Smothers blasted hers in the sixth to make it 6-3. Both Young and Smothers scored twice to lead the Marshall offense.
Their homers in the second game against Baker, Alabama, weren't enough, as the Lady Marshals fell by three runs in their final game of the day.
After the home runs from Young and Smothers in the opening frames, a two-run double from Gracey Murt put Marshall ahead 5-2 in the third inning until Baker cooked up something big in the fourth inning. Baker erupted for seven runs in the fourth, which included a grand slam that proved to be the difference.
Murt doubled twice for the Lady Marshals and had three RBIs, while Young had two RBIs and two runs.
Marshall Co. 112 101 6 7 1
Assumption 002 012 5 9 4
WP: Kemp. LP: Weickel.
2B: M-Smothers, Young; A-Loechle, Ridge. 3B: None. HR: M-Smothers, Young; A-Downs. Top hitters: M-Smothers 2-3 (RBI, 2 R), Young 2-3 (2 RBI, 2 R); A-Downs 2-3 (2 RBI, R), Loechle 2-2 (RBI, R).
Baker 200 70 9 10 0
Marshall Co. 203 01 6 6 2
WP: Kopf. LP: Kemp.
2B: B-McRee; M-Murt (2). 3B: B-Montgomery. HR: B-Ortiz; M-Smothers, Young. Top hitters: B-Ortiz 2-4 (4 RBI, 2 R), Thomas 2-3 (2 R), Murphy 2-3 (2 RB); M-Young 1-1 (2 RBI, 2 R), Murt 2-3 (3 RBI). Record: Marshall County 8-9.
Calloway 10, West Creek 0; Huntingdon 7, Calloway 0 -- At Clarksville, Tennessee, for the TSCA Classic, Calloway County split two games Friday.
In the win over West Creek, Tennessee, Paige Weatherly pitched a one-hitter with four strikeouts and also starred at the plate. She had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Lady Laker offense. Paige Kramer and Phil Garland added a pair of runs each, with Kaci Kelso driving in a pair with a triple.
Calloway scored seven of those runs in the third inning, when it took advantage of walks and the timely extra-base hits from Kelso and Weatherly.
In the second game, the Lady Lakers were no-hit by Huntington, Tennessee. Laken Kelso was roughed up for 11 hits and six earned runs in her 41/3 innings in the circle for the Lady Lakers.
West Creek 000 0 0 1 2
Calloway Co. 117 1 10 4 0
2B: C-Weatherly. 3B: C-Kac. Kelso. HR: None. Top hitters: C-Weatherly 2-2 (2 RBI), Kac. Kelso 1-1 (2 RBI).
Calloway Co. 000 00 0 0 2
Huntingdon 241 00 7 11 0
LP: L. Kelso
2B: None. 3B: None. HR: None. Record: Calloway County 3-4.
Caldwell 16, Livingston 0 -- At Murray, Katie Franklin pitched a four-inning no-hitter in Caldwell County's Mur ray Beach Bash game Friday with Livingston Central.
Franklin threw six strikeouts, and her only blemish was one walk. Leading the Caldwell offense was Chandra Litchfield and Moshea Glover, who each had two hits and three runs. Allie Felker (four RBIs) had a two-run double during the big eight-run third inning for the Lady Tigers.
Caldwell Co. 318 4 16 14 1
Livingston Cent. 000 0 0 0 3
WP: Franklin. LP: Wright.
2B: C-Felker, Glover, Staples, Young. 3B: C-Hollowell. HR: None. Top hitters: C-Litchfield 2-4 (3 R), Glover 2-3 (3 R), Felker 1-2 (4 RBI, 2 R), Staples 2-3 (2 RBI, R), Young 3-4 (2 RBI, R), Rennison 2-3 (RBI, R), Hollowell 1-3 (2 RBI, R).
Murray 12, Livingston 11 -- At Murray, the host Lady Tigers withstood a late Livingston Central rally to pick up the victory on Saturday at the Murray Spring Break Bash.
Murray used a home run from Madison McClure and a huge game from the middle-of-the-order to take the sizable lead.
Calli Carver was 4-for-4 with four runs and Alexis Burpo was also 4-for-4, driving in seven runs. Each of Burpo's hits drove in runs, including a bases-loaded double to put Murray ahead 8-4 in the fourth inning.
Livingston scored five runs in the seventh inning and had the tying run at second base, but a fielder's choice ended the game. Emily Dalton homered and had three RBIs to lead the Lady Cardinal offense.
Livingston Cent. 202 020 5 11 13 1
Murray 203 430 X 12 17 3
WP: Carver. LP: Lasher.
2B: L-Wright, Dalton; M-Burpo (2), Carver. 3B: M-Turley. HR: L-Dalton; M-McClure. Top hitters: L-Dalton 3-4 (3 RBI, 2 R), Lasher 2-4 (2 RBI, R), Conner 3-4 (RBI), Wendel 2-4 (RBI, R); M-Turley 2-4 (3 R), McClure 2-3 (3 R, 2 RBI), Carver 4-4 (4 R), Burpo 4-4 (7 RBI, 2 R), Miller 2-4 (RBI), Tipton 2-4 (RBI).
Caldwell 3, Hickman 0 -- At Murray, Caldwell County got just enough offense to survive a pitchers' duel with Hickman County at the Spring Break Bash.
Katie Franklin struck out nine while allowing just one walk and two hits for the win. She tripled in the fifth inning, then scored the first run for the Tigers on an error. Caldwell got its other runs on an RBI singled by Majah Hollowell in the fifth and a wild pitch in the sixth. Hickman County's Gracie Lusk fanned eight while giving up just three hits and a walk.
Caldwell Co. 000 021 0 3 3 0
Hickman Co. 000 000 0 0 2 3
WP: Franklin. LP: Lusk.
2B: C-Young, H-Batts. 3B: C-Franklin. HR: none. Top hitters : none. Records: Caldwell County 7-3, Hickman County 3-6.
Livingston 11, Trigg 10 -- At Murray, Livingston Central scored five runs in the seventh inning to come from behind and defeat Trigg County at the Murray Spring Break Bash.
Michaela Suarez hit a two-run double to get things going for the Lady Cardinals in the seventh inning, with an RBI single from Alyson Chittenden putting Livingston on top for good. Chittenden and Suarez combined for seven RBIs and two hits apiece.
While Allison Doyle ran into trouble in the early innings for Livingston, Alyssa Wright allowed just one earned run in her five relief innings.
Trigg was led by two hits and three runs from Abby Terrell and two hits and two RBIs from Phelan Dossett.
Livingston Cent. 200 202 5 11 13 6
Trigg Co. 233 011 0 10 6 3
WP: Wright. LP: Terrell.
2B: L-Dalton, Chittenden, Suarez; T-Terrell. 3B: T-Terrell. HR: None. Top hitters: L-Chittenden 2-5 (3 RBI), Dalton 2-4 (2 R), Lasher 4-4 (2 R), Suarez 2-4 (4 RBI, R); T-Terrell 2-5 (3 R), Dossett 2-4 (2 RBI).
South Fulton 3, Trigg 2 -- At Murray, Trigg County couldn't hold the lead as the Wildcats were defeated on a walk-off by South Fulton, Tennessee, on Saturday at the Murray Spring Break Bash.
Trigg led 2-1 going to the sixth inning, but the Red Devils tied it at 2 going to the last frame. A leadoff double, followed by a sacrifice bunt and fielder's choice brought in the winning run in the seventh inning.
Hannah Colbert and Madison Simpson both had two hits to lead Trigg's offense, with Colbert going the distance in the circle.
Trigg Co. 100 100 0 2 6 2
South Fulton 010 001 1 3 6 0
WP: Clapper. LP: Colbert.
2B: T-Colbert; SF-Proctor (2), Lemon. 3B: SF-Britt. Top hitters: T-Colbert 2-3 (RBI), Simpson 2-3; SF-Proctor 3-4 (R).
Lyon loses in finals -- At Clarksville, Tennessee, Lyon County won its first three games on Saturday before falling in the championship of the Tennessee Softball Coaches Association Classic, settling for second place.
After going 2-0 on Friday, Lyon finished the tournament going 5-1.
It got things going on Saturday with a 14-12 win over Larue County, with the Lady Lyons winning the game with two runs in the fourth inning off a critical error.
Lyon's top four batters in the lineup -- Sydney Melton, Sophie Bingham, Calista Collins and Lexie Smith -- all had three RBIs versus Larue. Smith had all of hers with one swing, when she made it a 12-8 game in the third inning with a three-run home run.
Things were easier for the Lady Lyons in the second game, as they defeated Northeast, Tennessee, 12-1. Smith and Collins both had three hits, two RBIs and two runs.
Bingham allowed just four hits in the circle to pick up her second of three pitching wins on the day.
It sent Lyon to the semifinals, and the top of the order stayed hot. Melton hit a solo home run and had three hits, two RBIs and a pair of runs out of the leadoff spot.
But the bats cooled off in the championship, as did the gloves. Lyon lost 15-0 to Lexington, Tennessee, to settle for second place.
Lyon was no-hit in that final game and committed six errors.
Lyon Co. 165 2 14 12 5
Larue Co. 264 0 12 8 4
WP: Bingham. LP: Calhoun.
2B: Ly-Bingham, Collins, Culp. 3B: None. HR: Ly-Smith; La-Warnshuis. Top hitters: Melton 2-4 (3 R), Bingham 2-4 (3 RBI, 2 R), Collins 2-4 (3 RBI, R); La-Brown 2-3 (RBI, 3 R), Warnshuis 2-3 (7 RBI, R), McClure 1-3 (2 RBI, 2 R).
Northeast 001 00 1 4 3
Lyon Co. 622 2 12 16 0
WP: Bingham. LP: Lewis.
2B: N-Veltri, McCauley; L-Smith (2), Collins (2), Bingham. 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: Ly-Collins 3-4 (2 RBI, 2 R), Smith 3-3 (2 RBI, 2 R), Oden 2-4 (2 R), Jones 3-3 (2 RBI, R).
Zionsville 000 212 5 8 2
Lyon Co. 040 21 7 11 1
WP: Bingham. LP: Fisher.
2B: Z-Takarek, Hecklinski; L-Smith, Melton, Culp. 3B: None. HR: Z-Mateja; L-Melton. Top hitters: Z-Mateja 2-3 (RBI, 2 R), Shaw 2-3 (2 RBI); L-Melton 3-4 (2 RBI, 2 R), Collins 2-3 (RBI, R), Smith 2-3 (RBI).
Lexington 018 15 15 17 0
Lyon Co. 000 00 0 0 6
WP: Cogdell. LP: Bingham.
2B: Le-Maness, Bassham, Nowell, Carneal (2), Russell). 3B: None. HR: None. Top hitters: Carneal 4-4 (3 RBI, 4 R), Luzmore 2-4 (2 RBI), Bassham 2-3 (2 R).