Lady Indian Softball Roundup
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Clark County vs Palmyra
The Clark County Lady Indians fell behind against an explosive Palmyra Lady Panther team at home on Tuesday, September 14.
Palmyra took a three run lead in the second inning. Palmyra added a third inning run to pull ahead 4-0.
Ally Fox got on base in third with a one-out single. Fox took second on a wild pitch. Olivia Miller slapped a double to score Fox, which would be the only Clark County run of the game. Palmyra added one more in the fifth, and four runs in the seventh to take the 9-1 win.
Blair Webster pitched all seven innings, allowing 13 hits.
Clark County At Hannibal
On Wednesday, the Lady Indians’ bats were working, as they traveled to Hannibal for a non-conference contest.
Fox walked to start the game, then stole second. Miller grounded out, and Fox took third. Allie Hayden walked, and Maggie Weaver came in as a courtesy runner. Ashtyn Ebeling walked to load the based. Webster lined out to right, and Fox scored after tagging up. Gloria Shannon walked, and Hannah Hill doubled to score Weaver and Ebeling. The Lady Indians left three on base in the first, but took a 3-0 lead.
Hannibal added runs in the first and second innings to close the gap, but Clark County scored in every remaining inning.
Webster and Hill each added runs in the third inning, and Fox and Weaver would add runs in the fourth inning. Emma Ross and Fox would add two more in the fifth inning. The Lady Indians added four more in the seventh, with Fox, Miller, Weaver and Ebeling all crossing the plate to make the 14-4 final.
Clark County had 15 hits, led by three each by Fox and Webster. Hill pitched four innings, allowing five hits and three runs. Ebeling pitched one inning, and Blair Webster pitched one inning.
Clark County At LaPlata
On Thursday, the Clark County Lady Indians traveled to LaPlata for a non-conference game.
The Lady Indians were shut out in the game, 8-0.
Clark County had four hits, two each by Fox and Miller.
Webster pitched three innings, allowing four hits and two runs. Ebeling pitched two in relief, giving up four hits and two runs, and Hill was the closer, with one inning pitched, and three hits and four runs allowed.