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Lyons move on in Second Region All A

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Eddyville -- Gabe Board effectively put the game away with one swing of the bat for Lyon County in a 14-1 romp over Dawson Springs in the Second Region All "A" Classic. Board's homer came in the bottom of the first inning with one on base for two of his five RBIs, giving the Lyons a 2-1 lead it would never give up on Wednesday.

Christian Whalin and Gavin Colley split the pitching duties for the Lyons, allowing one run on one hit with four strikeouts and one walk. Along with Board's five RBI night, the Lyons pounded out 12 hits including two doubles each from Avery Ellis and Travis Yancy.

The big inning for the Lyons came in the second when they put up seven runs off of a walk, three errors, a single by Cody Holub and doubles by Yancy and Ellis. Five more runs crossed in the third inning to give the Lyons the five-inning win.

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Dawson Springs 100 00 1 1 3

Lyon County 275 0x 14 12 1

WP: Whalin. LP: Orten.

2B: LC-Ellis 2, Walker, Yancy 2. 3B: none. HR: Board (one on in 1st). Top hitters: LC-Board 2-4 (5 RBI), Walker 2-3 (3 RBI), Ellis 2-3 (3 RBI), Yancy 2-2 (2 RBI). Records: Dawson Springs 3-7, Lyon County 5-6.

Christian 5, Trigg 4 -- At Henderson, three straight singles in the bottom of the seventh inning gave Christian County a walk-off win over Trigg County. Ashton Plymale came on in relief of starter Drake Oliver for the Wildcats but gave up singles to Matthew Deck and Wyatt Stevenson before Koby Silvy lined a single to left scoring the winning run.

The Wildcats got all four of their runs in the third inning and looked in control. After a walk, singles by Weslee Choate, Trevor Cortner, Benson Stallons and Will Allen scored the first three runs. With two out, Will Alexander singled in the final run for the Wildcats. The Colonels got one back in the third and three in the fourth to tie the game until the walk-off winner.

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Trigg County 004 000 0 4 8 0

Christian County 001 300 1 5 12 2

WP: Deck. LP: Plymale.

2B: C-Deck, Stevenson, Lopez. 3B: none. HR: none. Top hitters: T-Allen 3-4 (RBI); C-Deck 2-4, Stevenson 4-4 (RBI), Fields 2-3. Records: Trigg County 5-6, Christian County 9-5.

Tennis

Boys

McCracken County 5, Mayfield 4

Singles: Vincent Shiben (Mc) d. Michael Day 8-0, Zachary Althouse (Mc) d. Tate Puckett 8-1, Collins Dodson (May) d. Cage Newman 8-5, Carter Dodson (May) d. Austin Walker 9-8, Ty Crabtree (Mc) d. Kobe Morris 8-6, Ethan Schaaf (Mc) d. Brady Smith 8-1.

Doubles: Dodson/Dodson (May) d. Althouse/Newman 9-7, Day/Puckett (Mc) d. Walker/Crabtree 8-2, Rady Hall/ Schaaf (Mc) d. Morris/Smith 8-6

Girls

McCracken County 9, Mayfield 0

Singles: Erin Byassee d. Lindsay Wright 8-0, Allie Farmer d. Megan Null 8-1, Emily Dew d. Courtney Hendersen 8-0, Isabella McKinney d. Harris Hale 8-0, Lauren Rudolph d. Rachel Kiepp 8-1, Ariel Fox d. Kiya Morris 8-0.

Doubles: Byassee/Farmer d. Hendersen/Wright 8-0, Dew/McKinney d. Null/Morris 8-1, Gabbi Smith/Fox d. Kiepp/Hale 8-6

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