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CWCHS Baseball and Softball Seasons Come to an End

The Carmi White County baseball and softball seasons came to a close Friday and Saturday.  Benton ended the baseball team’s season handing the Bulldogs a 13-1 loss.  Three pitchers combined in the effort for CWCHS, each pitching in an inning and a third apiece.  Junior Brodie Atteberry started the game giving up 5 hits and 6 earned runs while walking 3.  Sophomore Zach Roark  came on in the second allowing 2 hits and 4 runs, 2 of them earned.  Roark did pick up a K, but also walked 5.  Senior Will Ledford finished up allowing just 1 hit, but 3 runs, all unearned.  The Rangers put up a consistent effort offensively plating 3 in the first, another 3 in the second, 4 in the third, and 3 more for good measure in the 4th.  The Dogs had some chances, but couldn’t capitalize.  Senior Devin Rankin went 2 for 3 from the dish as did Junior Cal York.  Landon Niehaus and Branten Stockton picked up the other 2 hits for the Bulldogs.

 

Saturday afternoon, Johnston City ended the Lady Bulldogs ambitions for a regional championship, toppling CWCHS by a 9-1 final.  Audrey Upton pitched a complete game for the Lady Bulldogs.  Her line for the day, 6 innings, 14 hits, she gave up 9 runs, 7 of them earned, struck out just one and walked 3.  Sophomore Gabby Overturf was solid on the mound for the 18-5 Lady Indians.  She tossed 7 innings of 4-hit ball giving up just 1 unearned run.  Overturf picked up 5 strikeouts on the day and walked 3.  Carmi White County’s hits came from Kadie Simmons, Kadee Milligan, and Hannah Lueke.  Milligan went 2 for 2 and walked.  Congratulations on solid seasons to both coaches, Justin Simmons and Chris Shelton and much appreciation from WROY/WRUL for providing box scores.

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