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Payne’s five-inning no-hitter keys SV win

Published 3:51am Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

SCIOTOVILLE — That was quite a “Payne” in the side of the Sciotoville East Lady Tartans.

Kaitlyn Payne pitched a five-inning no-hitter as she struck out 12 and did not walk a batter as the Symmes Valley Lady Vikings routed East 16-0 Monday in a Southern Ohio Conference game.

The Lady Tartans’ only baserunner came on an error in the fifth inning.

“Kaitlyn pitched a really nice game,” said Lady Vikings’ coach Jeff “Odie” Estep. “We hit the ball and took advantage of our baserunners.”

The Lady Vikings (5-1, 5-0) parlayed nine hits with 10 walks and four East errors to rack up the runs.

Hannah Mays had two-run double in the first inning as the Lady Vikings took a 3-0 lead.

Symmes Valley erupted for 10 runs in the second inning to lead 13-0.

Hannah Maynard, Sierra Ross and Tiara Hatfield all had two-run singles during the 10-run explosion.

Symmes Valley 3(10)2 01 = 16 9 1

Sciotoville East 000 00 = 0 0 4

Kaitlyn Payne and Tiara Hatfield. Brown and Lockhart. W-Payne (K-12, BB-0). L-Brown (K-2, BB-10). Hitting-SV: Caitlin Carpenter 1-1, Elly Fulks 1-2, Kaitlyn Payne 1-3, Tiara Hatfield 1-3, Hannah Mays 1-3, Hannah Maynard 1-3, Brenna Morris 1-2, Sierra Ross 1-2, M’kenzi Sheppard 1-1, Autumn Keathley 1-2. 2B-SV: Hannah Mays.

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