Sports recaps (May 10): Baseball, softball, tennis
Friday’s sports activities motion:
• Aces use early lead to win at domestic
• Panthers’ offense warm in avenue victory
• Lady Aces rally overdue for the tourney win
• Trinity edges past Hart County
• Bosse outlasts OHS in offensive warfare
• OCHS ladies sweep the home match
Owensboro Catholic five, South Spencer 1
Despite being outhit nine-7, the Aces (17-thirteen) used a hot start to pick out up a win at home. Catholic also amassed five doubles at the day.
Winning pitcher Sam McFarland turned into the most effective Ace to earn hits. He turned into the primary to score in a 3-run first inning, and Catholic delivered another run within the second. On the mound, McFarland went 6.1 innings and gave up 9 hits while placing out nine batters.
McFarland, Luke Evans, Everett Munsey, Luke Scales, and Hunter Small each had a double.
WP: McFarland. LP: Carden. 2B: McFarland, Evans, Munsey, Scales, Small (OC).
Daviess County thirteen, Forest Park three (five innings)
Nolan Boswell drove in 4 runs and the Panthers (10-16) ran away early for a road win over Forest Park. After falling behind 2-zero, Daviess County scored seven runs inside the 2nd inning and delivered four within the fourth to pull away.
Ryan Beckwith turned into ideal on the plate, going 3-for-three with three runs scored and an RBI. Boswell completed 2-for-four with a double and runs scored, at the same time as Cole Troutman went 2-for-4 and scored 3 instances. Garrett Small also gathered a pair of hits and drove in 3 runs.
Bo Stratton was given the win, giving up 3 runs ( unearned) on four hits in a complete sport.
FPHS 2 hundred-01—3-4-four
WP: Stratton. LP: Sherer. 2B: Froelich, Small, Boswell (DC).
Owensboro Catholic 6, Central Hardin three
The Lady Aces (12-9) two times overcame a deficit before picking up a win over the Lady Bruins (24-7) in a five-inning sport on the first day of the Tylar Missbach Memorial Showcase at Boyle County.
Brooke Hamilton hit a two-run homer, at the same time as 4 players accrued doubles for Catholic. Danielle Henning and Hadley Phelps each had an RBI double in a 3-run 5th inning that placed the Lady Aces beforehand for exact, and they every completed with hits.
Phelps began the sport in the circle and went 3.Zero innings, giving up three unearned runs on 4 hits with three strikeouts. Lexi Hatchett finished out the game and gave up no hits.
WP: Phelps. LP: Goedde. 2B: D. Henning, I. Henning, Jennings, Phelps (OC). HR: Hamilton (OC).
Trinity 3, Hart County 2
Trinity (10-12) went up with the aid of three runs early and had been capable of fend off Hart County (19-12) for his or her fourth consecutive win. It’s the tenth win in the closing 12 games.
Nina Wathen pitched a entire recreation, giving up six hits and striking out 4 inside the victory.
McKenzie Roberts, Brittany Booker, Katherine Hibbitt, and Avery Barnett every had two hits for Trinity. Booker had a double, even as Hibbitt and Roberts every tripled.
HCHS 001-a hundred-zero—2-6-0
WP: Wathen LP: Collins. 2B: Booker (T), Bryant (HC). 3B: Hibbitt, Roberts (T).
Evansville Bosse 20, Owensboro 14
In a lower back-and-forth, excessive-scoring affair, the Lady Devils (2-19) weren’t able to keep directly to an overdue lead in an avenue loss. Bosse scored seven runs within the backside of the 6th and then kept Owensboro off the board in the 7th.
The Lady Devils had a strong day at the plate, finishing with 18 hits including six doubles. Mady Poole led the offense, going four-for-five with doubles and 3 RBIs.
Other offensive leaders were Aubrie Schueler (three-for-4, 3 runs, 2 RBIs, double), Bailey McAlister (three-for-five, 2 runs, 2 RBIs) and Sophie Moorman (2 runs, 2 RBIs, 2 doubles).
Schueler took the loss within the circle in three.1 inning of movement.
WP: Woolfak. LP: Schueler. 2B: Schueler, Poole 2, Hendricks, Moorman 2 (O), Husk, Menne (EB).
Owensboro Catholic five, Hancock County zero (women)
The Lady Aces have been dominant throughout the board in a sweep of Hancock County at Moreland Park. Singles victories got here from Sarah Kate Young, Emmy Moore, Ella Grace Buckman. Doubles winners have been Alyssa Gatten/Olivia Hayden and Sarah Englert/Reagan Fulkerson.