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Huntington gets by Lady Dragons, 6-3

Published 3:09am Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Jim Walker


PROCTORVILLE — The Fairland Lady Dragons just need to put the top and bottom together to make one whole lineup.

Although the bottom of the order was hitting well, the top of the order struggled in a 6-3 loss to the Huntington Lady Highlanders on Tuesday.

“We had a lot of hitting at the bottom of the order, but we haven’t been hitting at the top of the order and that hurt us,” said Fairland coach Joe Auxier.

Fairland (2-5) had 11 hits with Chelsey Stanley and Chandler Fulks each going 2-4 with a run batted in.

Freshman Allison Shepherd made her first start for the Lady Dragons and worked four innings. She struck out eight, walked five and hit a batter. Molly Morris finished up.

Rachel Bias got the win for Huntington. Bias gave up 11 hits, but she struck out 14 and did not walk a batter.

Huntington 200 030 1 = 6 14 1

Fairland 000 010 2 = 3 11 2

Rachel Bias and Laura Collins. Allison Shepherd, Molly Morris (5) and Chloe Stanley. W-Bias (K-14, BB-0). L-Shepherd (K-8, BB-5, HBP-1). 2B-Huntingotn: Haymaker, Bias, Howell; Fairland: Ellen Hinshaw. Hitting-Huntington: M. Haymaker 2-4, M. Sawyers 2-5, R. Bias 1-3, L. Collins 2-4 rbi-2, C. Rowe 1-4, M. Howell 2-4 rbi, Gaul 2-2 rbi-2, L. Abbott 1-3; Chelsey Stanley 2-4 rbi, Chandler Fulks 2-4 rbi, Ellen Hinshaw 1-4, Allison Sheppard 1-3, Molly Morris 1-2, Arealle Rice 1-3, Caitlin Stone 3-3.

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