The Richmond Register

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May 13, 2014

H.S. SOFTBALL: Central rallies past Dunbar

RICHMOND — The Lady Indians used a late rally to pick up a win over an 11th Region opponent Monday in Richmond.

Madison Central (19-8) scored five times in the five and defeated Dunbar, 6-3. Emily Frakes homered and Morgan Elliston had a two-run singles for the Lady Indians.

Mackenzie went the distance in the circle and allowed just five hits, two walks and one earned run with three strikeouts.

Dunbar scored twice in the top of the first inning, taking advantage of two errors.

Frakes hit a solo home run to right in the second, but Dunbar pushed its lead back to two runs in the top of the fifth.

In the bottom of the inning, Courtney Patton got the game-winning rally started with a double off the wall. Raegan Coyle reached on a bunt that pushed across a run. The Lady Indians tied the game on an infield single by Sarah Arthur.

An error allow Central to take the lead, then Elliston ripped a two-run single.

Central is set to return to action today at Somerset.

Southern 7, Danville 2

The Lady Eagles (18-6) got a solid performance in the circle and at the plate from Tara Bord Monday at Danville.

The junior pitched a complete game with 12 strikeouts and also had two hits as Madison Southern picked up a 7-2 win over the Lad Admirals.

Kayla Hargis had a double and two singles, Beth Mays had two hits, while Abby Nash and Jaycee Combs each had a double. Morgan Anglin, Alex Nash and Kelley Freeman also had hits.

Southern scored two runs in the first, one more run in the third and added four runs in the fourth.

The Lady Eagles are set to return to action today at home against South Laurel on Senior Night.

Berea 12, Lee County 9

The Lady Pirates (11-11) committed seven errors, but still picked up a Senior Night win on Monday.

Jenny Ingram was 3-for-4 and went the distance in the circle as Berea Community defeated Lee County, 12-9.

Several seniors made big contributions in the victory. Bayleigh Mullins was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Holly Musick was 2-for-3 with two RBI. Nikea Banther was 1-for-2 with an RBI, Katherine McManus was 1-for-4 and Mercedes Mahaffey was 1-for-1 with an RBI.

Jordan Sandefur, a freshman, was 2-for-3 with two RBI.

Berea scored six times in the second inning, then added three runs in the third, one more run in the fourth and two more runs in the sixth.

The Lady Pirates are set to return to action Wednesday at home against West Jessamine.

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