The George Rogers Clark baseball team remained winless on the season Thursday with a 10-0 loss in five innings at Dunbar.
The Cardinals (0-4) managed just one hit — a single by Wes Lawwill — and committed five errors against the Bulldogs.
Logan McQuerry started and scattered eight hits and struck out one batter, while Jordan Williams relieved McQuerry and gave up a pair of hits and fanned one Dunbar hitter.
The hosts scored three runs in the third inning, added four more in the fourth to put the game away.
The junior varsity team posted a 9-5 victory.
Luke Sharrock paced the team with three hits, followed by Taylor Evans with two. Justin Maggard, Mason Hatton and Ryan Frye each had a hit.
George Rogers Clark evened its record at 3-3 with a 13-0 shutout of Paris Thursday afternoon.
The Lady Cards ripped 12 hits, while pitcher Whitney Conkwright gave up one hit, hit one batter and collected seven strikeouts.
Kolbi Mitchell paced Clark’s offense with four hits, including a double. Mitchell drove in four runs. Clark scored six times in the second inning, added four more runs in the third frame to break the game open. Madison Norton followed Mitchell with a pair of singles.
Sydney Anderson, Meg Terrell, Rebecca Strange, Erin Carrus, Abbi Puckett and Skye Skinner each had one hit. Anderson, Strange, Conkwright, Norton and Skinner each had at least one RBI.
Paris committed five miscues.
The George Rogers Clark boys tennis team had an easy time with a 9-0 win over Paris Thursday.
In singles, Cameron Colvard defeated William Deseroux (6-1, 6-1), Ian Rowe beat Taylor Douglas (8-0), Christian Colvard beat Jorge Jackson (8-2), John Rupard defeated Scott Ramsey (8-0), Troy True defeated Tonbio Powell (8-0) and Brooks Harrison defeated Justin Moore (8-0).
In doubles, Rupard and Christian Colvard defeated Ethan Gibson and Douglas (8-2), True and Harrison defeated Michael Frye and Frankie Bradford (8-0) and Mark Thomas and Irvin Juarez beat Nick Lear and Garrett West (8-0).
Track and Field
The George Rogers Clark Track Team opened its campaign with back to back meets in Montgomery County. The boys team placed first in the annual Mayor's Cup competition, while the girls team was runner up.
At the Montgomery County Invitational, the boys team placed fourth, while the girls team placed sixth.