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Du Quoin pitcher Alexis Kohrs pitched out of a huge fourth inning jam and the Indians offense took care of the rest in a 10-0 win over Benton in the semifinals of the Herrin regional Tuesday afternoon. Du Quoin took a 1-0 lead on three straight 1-out
Benton hurler Amanda Holloway and ZRC pitcher Nicole Short were locked in a close game through five innings, before the Rangerettes got to Short for three runs in the sixth to pull out a 3-1 win over the Tornadoes in the first round of regional play.
Business News Emily Oxford tripled home two more runs in the fourth, scoring on Taigan Neibch's infield single for a 12-0 lead. Sandusky then ripped another inside the park homer for a 14-0 lead, the final two runs scoring on an error after Oxford's
The Rangerettes outhit Herrin 8-7 and outscored them early, taking a 2-0 lead after one inning of play. Katie Sandusky started the game with a single, stole second and went to third when Emily Tate reached on a fielder's choice, trying to get
Goreville took advantage of everything it was given and the Benton offense couldn't get on track, in an 8-0 Blackcats win at Benton Community Park Wednesday afternoon. A solo home run from Taylor Odom gave Goreville the early lead in the first
Benton dropped their second game to the Lady Pats and stand at 6-2 in conference play, while MC is a perfect 8-0. The Rangerettes had runners on in every inning but the first, but stranded nine in the game, unable to string together key hits. No
Benton took an early lead and left the rest up to pitcher Amanda Holloway and its defense in a 6-0 win at Frankfort Tuesday night. The Rangerettes (13-4, 6-1) started the game quickly, Katie Sandusky and Emily Tate singling to lead off the game.
Sara Dixon was 3 for 4 with a home run, driving in all five runs for the Rangerettes in a 5-1 win at Harrisburg Tuesday afternoon...Amanda was pretty sharp today, Benton coach Drew Hughey said...Holloway also benefited from two double plays made by
It really was a game of inches for the Benton Rangerettes at Massac County Monday afternoon. The Pats took advantage of a flyball that just eluded rightfielder Taigan Neibch for a triple to add on two more runs in a 6-run third inning, while Emily
Du Quoin scored at least two runs in every inning except the fourth in its 11-0, 6-inning win over the Rangerettes in Benton Monday night, moving the Rangerettes to 5-3 on the season. Jessica Hirsch started the game with a bunt single that was thrown