Warren Central run-rules Greenville

Published 9:24 am Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Warren Central kept up its mid-season roll by making quick work of Greenville Tuesday in slow-pitch softball.

Kaitlyn Morson went 2-for-3 with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored, Megan Stewart drove in two runs and scored two more, and the Lady Vikes routed Greenville 15-0 in three innings.

Warren Central (10-1, 1-0 Region 3-5A/6A) scored seven runs in the first inning and six in the third to end the game by the mercy rule. Greenville committed eight errors to help the Lady Vikes along.

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Anaiyah Fultz drove in a run and scored another for WC, while Kasy Cortezie and Morgan Stewart each scored twice. April Lynn had an RBI single and scored a run as well.

Clinton 17, Vicksburg 7

Clinton hit two home runs, including a grand slam, during a 10-run seventh inning and pulled away from Vicksburg.

Jazmin Green hit a three-run home run for Vicksburg and Shelby Muirhead added a two-run shot, but the Missy Gators’ power couldn’t keep up with Clinton’s. In addition to the two home runs in the seventh inning, the Lady Arrows hit two others earlier in the game.

Myah Wright and Muirhead had two hits apiece for Vicksburg, and Kayla Foster was 3-for-3.

Central Hinds 22, St. Al 6

Central Hinds scored eight runs in the second inning to jump out to a big lead, then maintained it the rest of the way and beat St. Al in the Lady Flashes’ season finale Tuesday.

Brooklyn Richards went 2-for-3 with a triple and an RBI for the Lady Flashes, who finished with an 0-15 record. Allie Falls had two hits, drove in a run and scored one, and Hannah Ashley was 2-for-3.

St. Al’s pitchers issued 16 walks in the game. Central Hinds’ Madison Frazier went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three RBIs, while Kendall Lowery drove in two runs and scored three times. Jo Lee Brown walked four times and had three RBIs.