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SOFTBALL
MARION COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE
April 21
Braves   0 0 2  -  2
Yanks    9 4 4 - 17
Katie Overstreet’s strong pitching performance led the Yanks to their first victory in league play.  The Braves joined the ranks of the beaten and they were the last undefeated team in the league.

Rangers    2  0  1 0  1  2 - 6
Red  Sox    0  2  0 6  2 - 10
  The Red Sox overcame a 3 to 2 deficit with a six run bottom of the 4th to lead them to their second win.  With the win the Ranges improve to 2 and 1 and the Red Sox fall to 1 and 2.
Standings as of April 22
    W - L
Braves    2 - 1
Rays    2 - 1
Reds    2 - 1
Red Sox    2 -  1
Rangers    1 -  2
Yanks    1 -  2
Cardinals    0 - 2

April 19
Reds    1 5 3 0 5 - 14
Rangers    1 1 0 0 0  -  2
 The Reds behind Morgan Mattingly’s complete game 2 run pitching performance improved to 2 and 1.  Kendall Benningfield supplied the big hit in the top of the  fifth knocking in two and putting the game out of reach for the Rangers.  Maddie Hagan had two hits and scored a run for the Rangers.
 
Cardinals    0 1 2 0 4 3 3 - 13
Rays    1 1 5 0 1 2 4 - 14
 The Rays improved to 2-1 in this extra inning match-up.  The Rangers erased a 7 to 3 deficit in the top of the fifth to tie the game at 7.  The Rays scored 2 in the bottom of the 6th to send the game into extra innings in which they out scored the Cardinals 4 to 3 in the final frame.  Maddie Pettus provided the game winning hit in the 7th.  For the Cardinals pitcher Tori Rawlings struck out 11 in the losing effort.

Dodgers 5,  Rockies 2

Athletics 3,  Reds 1

April 18
Red Sox    0 0 4 0 1 1 - 6
Reds     0 1 0 4 0 2 - 7
The Reds claimed their first victory behind the pitching of Kendall Benningfield and her eight strike out effort.  Morgan Mattingly gave the Reds two hits, two runs scored and two RBI’s in the Reds important third inning.  For the Red Sox Jarie Newby struck out nine in the losing effort.
 
Rays    0 0 2 2 4 3 - 11
Braves    0 2 2 1 4 3 - 12
The Braves came up with three runs in the Bottom of the sixth inning to start the season two and zero.  The Braves were aided by 18 Ray walks and Kate Cobb’s three runs scored and RBI single in the third inning.  The Rays were led by Kenlee Stout’s three runs and three hits including an inside the park home run.

Athletics 4,  Dodgers 3
 
Rockies 7, Reds 3

April 17
Braves    2 0 0 2 3 3 - 10
Cardinals    1 0 4 0 0 3  -  8
A three run bottom of the sixth rally for the Cardinals fell short as the Braves overcame a bases loaded one out jam in the inning to hold on to a 10 to 8 victory. Allison Maupin’s three runs scored and the pitching of Olivia Ford powered the Braves to the win. Tori Rawlings added two hits and two runs scored for the Cardinals.

Reds    0 0 2 1 0 -   3
Rays    3 4 1 4 1 - 13
Kenlee Stout’s 13 strikeout no hit pitching performance powered the Reds to a 13 to 3 win for the Rays. She helped herself with two hits, three runs scored and two RBI’s. Jaci Benningfield added two hits and three RBI’s including the game ending run. Eden Kessler scored two of the Reds three runs.

Rangers    5 6 6 - 17
Yanks    0 0 0 - 0
Paige Dabney struck out three giving up no hits in this 17 to 0 decision. She was assisted by Maddie Hagan’s three runs and two RBI’s.

April 14
Yanks    4 3 4 2 1 - 14
Red Sox    4 5 6 5  0 - 20
2011’s first game went to the Red Sox 20 to 14. The victory was keyed by the complete game victory of Red Sox pitcher Caroline Reed who helped her cause by scoring four runs and contributing two hits. Jarie Newby added two hits, four runs, and four RBIs for the Sox and a diving catch in the top of the fifth at third base. For the Yanks Kylie Benningfield and Katie Overstreet each hit inside the park home runs in the Yanks losing effort.