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First year Head Coach Shawn Parker’s Clark County Lady Indians finished the regular season with a 10-8 record, and head into district play at Monroe City this week. The Lady Indians fell on the road at Macon onMonday, October 5. Macon took a three-run lead in the second inning. The Lady Indians answered in the third, loading the bases with Olivia Miller, Ally Fox and Kiara Brunk. Elly Hamner swatted a grand slam to right to put the Lady Indians on top 4-3. Macon tacked on three runs in the late innings to claim the win.
Alexis Ellison pitched six innings, allowing 14 hits and six runs. Ellison also struck out five batters. The Lady Indians committed six errors. On Thursday, Clark County closed out its regular season at home against South Shelby, playing their “Pink Game” to raise funds for breast cancer awareness. Shirley Wilson was this years’ honored cancer survivor, and she threw out the first pitch. South Shelby took a third inning lead, putting three runners across the plate. In the fourth inning, Kiara Brunk doubled, advanced to third on a fielder’s choice, and stole home on a wild pitch.
Clark County tried to rally in the sixth, as Alexis Ellison reached base on an error, then took second. Ally Fox singled a bunt. Fox stole second, putting two runners in scoring position. Brunk lined out, and Ashtyn Ebeling ground out, allowing Ellison to score, but that was all the offense Clark County could deliver.
Ebeling pitched seven innings, allowing four hits and three runs. She struck out eight batters, and Clark County committed three errors. Clark County will face South Shelby again on Wednesday at 5:45pm.