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Lady Dragons belt out 8-3 OVC win over Chesy

Published 2:20am Thursday, April 11, 2013

Jim Walker


CHESAPEAKE — The bats were booming.

The Fairland Lady Dragons belted 18 hits en route to an 8-3 win over the Chesapeake Lady Panthers in an Ohio Valley Conference game on Wednesday.

“It was about time our bats started doing something,” said Fairland coach Joe Auxier.

Caitlin Stone was 3-5 with three doubles and two runs batted in to lead the Fairland onslaught. Haley Woodall went 4-4 with two doubles and three RBIs and Chandler Fulks 2-3 and Maddie Kazee 2-2.

Fairland (3-5, 3-2) scored three runs in the first inning.

Molly Morris had an infield hit, stole second and third, and Stone had an RBI double. Chelsey Stanley singled to put runners on the corner and Fulks hit a sacrifice fly. Woodall doubled for the other run.

The Lady Dragons pushed across five runs in the second inning.

Allison Shepherd singled, Tiffani Christian put down a sacrifice bunt, and Stone had a two-out RBI double. Stanley walked and Fulks drilled a base hit into right field for a run. Woodall followed with a two-run double and Ellen Hinshaw and Arealle Rice had singles for a run.

Chesapeake (2-6, 0-5) got its three runs in the fifth inning.

Alyssa Scott singled, Sidnee Hall walked and Laura Rice singled to left for an RBI. Kelsey Huff singled and Anna Mayo had a two-run single.

Fairland 350 000 0 = 8 18 1

Chesapeake 000 030 0 = 3 6 1

Chandler Fulks and Molly Morris, Chloe Stanley (5). Melanie Noble and Kelsey Huff. W-Fulks (K-8, BB-4). L-Noble (K1, BB-1, HBP-1). 2B-Fairland: Caitlin Stone 3, Haley Woodall 2. Hitting-Fairland: Molly Morris 1-3, Caitlin Stone 3-5 rbi-2, Chelsey Stanley 1-4, Chandler Fulks 2-3 rbi-2, Haley Woodall 4-4 rbi-3, Ellen Hinshaw 1-4, Areial Rice 1-2 rbi, Maddie Kazee 2-2, Allison Shepherd 1-2, Tiffani Christian 1-2, Chloe Stanley 1-2; Chesapeake: Kelsey Huff 2-4, Anna Mayo 1-4 rbi-2, Ali Ransbottom 1-2, Alyssa Scott 1-3, Laura Rice 1-2 rbi.

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