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Lady Vikings’ big start triggers win

Published 12:46am Sunday, April 13, 2014

Jim Walker


AID — The Symmes Valley Lady Vikings didn’t wait long.

The Lady Vikings scored 12 runs in the first inning and went on to beat the Green Lady Bobcats 15-1 Thursday in a Southern Ohio Conference game.

Tiara Hatfield had a three-run double and Sierra Ross added a two-run double to highlight the first-inning outburst.

The Lady Vikings (4-1, 3-0) got three more runs in the third inning.

Kaitlyn Payne walked, Hatfield singled and Hannah Mays and Hannah Maynard walked for a run. Brenna Morris hit a sacrifice fly and a wild pitch scored the final run.

Hatfield was 3-3 with five runs batted in to lead an 8-hit attack.

Green 000 01 = 1 2 4

Sym. Valley (12)03 0x = 15 8 1

Salisbury, Johnson (3) and Bradley. Kaitlyn Payne and Tiara Hatfield. W-Payne (K-8,BB-1). L-Salisbury. Hitting-Green: Johnson 1-2, Davis 1-3; SV: Tiara Hatfield 3-3 rbi-5, Ross 1-2, Hannah Maynard 1-2, Hannah Mays 1-2, Kaitlyn Payne 1-2, Stephanie Brown 1-2. 2B-SV: Kaitlyn Payne, Tiara Hatfield, Sierra Ross.

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