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Clark County vs. South Shelby
The Clark County Lady Indians pounded South Shelby in the opening round of District play, held October 14 at Monroe City.
The Lady Indians collected 14 hits as they shut out the Lady Birds of South Shelby 13-0 in five innings.
Clark County put three runs on the board in the first inning. After Alexis Ellison was hit by a pitch, she stole second. Ally Fox singled, scoring Ellison. Kiara Brunk followed with a triple to bring Fox across the plate. Elly Hamner popped up, and Brunk scored after tagging up.
Good things continued to happen for Clark County in the second inning. Gloria Shannon singled to lead off, and Gena Edmondson followed with a single, moving Shannon to third. Olivia Miller popped up, and Shannon scored after tagging up. Ellison singled, and Fox reached base on an error to load the bases. Brunk doubled to score two runs. Hamner hit a grounder and reached on an error, scoring Fox. Ashtyn Ebeling singled to bring Brunk home, and Clark County held an 8-0 lead after two innings.
The Lady Indians continued to pile on runs in the third inning. After Shannon grounded out, Edmondson singled, then advanced on an error. Miller singled, sending Edmondson to third. Ellison hit a pop fly, but reached base on an error. Edmondson scored. Fox hit a grounder, and reached on an error to load the bases. Brunk doubled to bring in Miller and Ellison. Hamner reached base on an error, and Fox scored. Brunk scored after tagging up on a Ebeling fly ball give Clark County a 13-0 advantage after three innings.
Clark County had 14 hits in the contest, led by Brunk with three hits. Ellison, Hamner, Shannon and Edmondson had two hits each.
On the mound, Ellison pitched all five innings, allowing only one hit, and struck out nine.
Clark County vs Palmyra
On Thursday, October 15, Clark County faced Palmyra.
The Lady Indians fell behind the Lady Panthers by four runs in the first two innings, and it never got better. Clark County managed only four hits, one each by Alexis Ellison, Ally Fox, Kiara Brunk and Ashtyn Ebeling in the 13-0 shutout.