Boyle posts second straight shutout

Ads invoke 10-run rule

April 02, 2004

LEBANON - Boyle County had its second shutout in as many games as the Rebels topped host Marion County 7-0 Thursday.

Mary Beth Pennington struck out 12 and walked five to improve to 2-0 on the season.

C.C. Leffew was the hitting star for Boyle, picking up a single, double and triple. Beth Brown and Tiffany Webb each had a double, while Amber Mills and Allie Hafley each had two hits.

Boyle scored in each of the first three innings to take a 6-0 lead, then added a run in the fifth.

"We had a good outing today," Boyle coach Heather Oates said. "Everybody did a really nice job working together offensively and defensively. It was a total team effort that led to victory."


Danville 14, Campbellsville 4 - At Danville, Danville (2-0) used a seven-run fourth inning to put Campbellsville (0-1) away, then invoked the 10-run rule with one more run in the fifth.

The Lady Admirals sent 12 batters to the plate in the fourth inning.

Campbellsville started the game with a three-run first inning, but Danville matched those runs in the bottom of the inning, then scored three more in the third after Campbellsville scored once more.

Danville pitcher Chelsea Wallace struck out nine and al-lowed two hits and four walks.

Wallace, Jerrica Potts, Monica Vonderbrink and Amber Wood had two hits each for the Lady Admirals.

Vonderbrink had a double and a triple with two RBIs and three runs, while Potts also drove in two runs and scored three times and Wood had two RBIs and two runs.

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