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South gets no hitter for MHS

The Mathews High School jayvee softball team improved its record to 4-1 Tuesday with a decisive 23-0 shutout victory over the visiting Lancaster Red Devils.

Madison South pitched all five innings for Mathews in the contest which was shortened due to the mercy rule. South dominated the Red Devils from the mound, surrendering no hits and walking only three while striking out eight Lancaster batters.

The JV Blue Devils took control early, scoring five runs in the first inning on a pair of walks, a pair of hits by Torrie Walton and Emily Sorey, and a pair of fielding miscues by the Red Devils.


They added nine more runs in the second with Keely Crittenden, Josey Bauby, Megan Mise, Sorey, and Walton each contributing hits. Lexie Miles, Bauby and Julia White came through at the plate in the third inning allowing the Devils to plate two more runs. Finally, in the fourth, the Lady Devils capped off the scoring with seven runs with Mallory Sanger, Bauby, Sorey, and South coming...

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