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Prep softball, baseball results
By Robert Jackson, Staff Writer
Apr 8, 2014, 15:15

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Crossett baseball Eagles have found their stride

The Crossett baseball Eagles has put together a four-game winning streak and improved its overall record to 11-5.

The Eagles closed out last week with an 8-0 rout of Warren.

Crossett scored four runs in the first inning and added a run in the second frame for a 5-0 advantage.

Three more runs during the fifth and sixth innings closed out the scoring.
Crossett batters had eight hits and drove in six of the team’s eight runs.

The offense was led by Logan Fife, who went 3-for-3 with three runs and two RBIs.

Crossett converted all eight of its stolen base attempts with Drew Ray picking up two.

Garrett Harrington pitched a complete game, allowing only two hits in seven innings with 10 strikeouts.


CHS Lady Eagles improve to 7-5

The Crossett High softball Lady Eagles picked up two wins last week, defeating Drew Central, 10-2, and Warren, 6-0.

Maggie Senn pitched seven innings against Warren and recorded five strikeouts.

Crossett started fast with three runs and four hits in the first inning.
Hits came from Aubree Head, Senn, Avery Barnett and Katie Stone.

Rickael Franklin had a hit in the fourth and CHS scored three runs in the sixth inning on hits by Haleigh Schlesier, Barnett, Stone (a two-run RBI) and Devin Chavis.

Crossett improved to 2-2 in 8-4A with the victory over Warren.
In a non-conference game, Crossett hammered Drew Central 10-2.


HHS baseball, softball teams in first place

Hamburg’s baseball and softball teams are on a path that could produce a pair of conference championships.

Both squads have moved into first place in 8-4A. The Lions are 12-2, 6-0 in 8-4A. The Lady Lions are 13-1 on the season and 4-0 in league games.

The Lions started a road game in Monticello on April 3 an hour early because of the threat of rain; however, the squad did not let a rough start – Monticello scored twice in the first inning – ruin the day as Hamburg rallied.

Hamburg rallied to take a 3-2 lead; the Billies came back to lead 4-3 and then Hamburg scored five runs in the seventh inning for the 8-4 victory.

Ten Lion batters participated in the seventh frame as Hamburg scored five runs on four hits.

Drake Streeter started the seventh inning with a walk and base hits by Connor Callaway and Darien Burns set up doubles by Darius Crite and Morris.

The Lady Lions forced Monticello to use five pitchers as they took advantage of every opportunity to score during a 17-3 rout.

Hamburg left the bases loaded during the first inning. The Lady Lions scored nine runs during the second inning and kept on scoring as the game continued.