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Noble keys Chesy girls past Tolsia

Published 12:44am Monday, April 15, 2013

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

CHESAPEAKE — One definition for noble is “impressive in quality or appearance.”

Melanie Noble lived up to that definition as she pitched a three-hitter to lead the Chesapeake Lady Panthers to an 8-0 shutout of the Tolsia Lady Rebels on Friday.

Noble struck out six and did not walk a batter to get the win.

“Noble pitched a nice game. The big key was walks. She didn’t put anyone on. She made them hit the ball and we played good defense,” said Chesapeake coach Aaron Rice.

After a scoreless first inning, Chesapeake’s offense ignited with a six-run second.

Ali Ransbottom reached on an error, Noble had an RBI double and Sydnee Hall tripled in a run.

Carrie Brock singled in a run, Laura Rice singled and Kelsey Huff had a two-run single. Macy Allen capped the rally with a run-scoring single.

Two more runs scored in the fourth. Huff and Allen singled and an outfield error scored a run. Ransbottom grounded out as the final run scored.

Chesapeake had 11 hits with Hall going 2-2, Huff and Noble 2-3 and Allen 2-4.

The Lady Panthers host Rock Hill on Monday.

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Gina Covin and Cara Hendrickson. Melanie Noble and Kelsey Huff. W-Noble (K-6,BB-0). L-Covin (K-2, BB-2). 2B-Tolsia: Covin; Chesapeake: Melanie Noble. 3B-Chesapeake: Sydnee Hall. Hitting-Tolsia: Kerrie Lahoda 1-3, Gina Covin 2-3; Chesapeake: Laura Rice 1-2, Kelsey Huff 2-3, Macy Allen 2-4, Ali Ransbottom 1-3, Melanie Noble 2-3, Sydnee Hall 2-2, Carrie Brock 1-2.

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