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The Lady Bulldogs were able to make up some ground in the bottom half of the inning, starting with a double off the fence in left-center from Jadah Hurst that plated two.

The H-DNL boys tennis doubles championships is also scheduled to take place in Crescent City on Friday. She started the game watching from the dugout, but would eventually go on to pitch five scoreless innings and give the Raiders a chance at a massive comeback that eventually fell short. Kloie Thatcher homered and doubled for Butte Central.

Morehead State matched the Thundering Herd with six hits but left eight runners on base in the shutout defeat.

Both defenses settled in and cruised through the second inning, but Abby Neighbors stepped up for the Lady Raiders in third with an RBI single that tied the game at two. Armijo finished things out allowing no runs on no hits in her complete inning of work.

Northern Nash (2-15, 1-5) starter Connor Davenport worked around a Luttrell double in the first inning to escape with no harm done.

That's all that Troy starter Peyton Glover would need as the right-hander allowed just four hits on the night. She struck out 10 and walked none. Four different Cardinals sent the ball over the fence Friday, making up for nearly half of the team's runs on the day. The Hawks will face off against SNHU again on Wednesday April 11 at home and then play three back to back games at Assumption on April 14 and 15.

"Because he's already hit three homers, I didn't want him to hit another one off me", Bailey said.

The Bears put the game out of reach with five runs on five hits in the fifth. If someone has a bad day, the rest of the team picks her up.

Toon struck out 11 and walked two. The winning Golden Eagles pounded out 13 hits, including three by Gracia Butcher.

Walker and Reagan Eaves had two hits apiece for the Titans (4-4), while Fox earned the victory. Aaron Kietzman followed suit and hit a RBI single to left field of her own giving the Raiders a 3-2 lead. Tidd scored on a misplay in the outfield, while Isabella Rinard legged it home on a Daugherty single. With this being her first year in the closer role, Rothwell is extremely grateful for breaking this record. Mills accounted for three RBIs. Shepherd ripped Shelby pitching for 17 hits, including five for extra-bases.

And Starr added three RBIs and scored three times. Seven of the nine players in the order had a hit as the visitors out hit the Mavs 8-6.

Hayley Story pitched a four-inning no-hitter. "Obviously, if she can't pitch we need Lace [Smith] and Marlee [Shaffer] to step up, take the ball on the mound and do a good job for us".

The Eagles took game one 3-0 and game two 6-0.

"Before the game today we had a really good round of batting practice", said Austin Luttrell, who went 4-for-4 with a home run. Arica Hedges drove in two and scored once for the Renegades. Schmidt and Madalyn Hicks drove in three runs.

Munslow and Smith split time in the circle for the Cougars, holding the Trojans to just two hits. Holly Pennington and Maddi Carmen both scored twice for the Renegades.