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Lady Raiders vs. Canton
North Shelby (No.3) took down South Shelby and Community to advance to the championship game in the Paris Tournament on Saturday, September 25.
The Lady Raiders (14-4) battled until the end, but the #1 seed Canton an early run in the bottom of the first inning giving them a 1-0 victory.
Canton’s pitcher struck out 12 while Whitney Snow struck out five.
Snow, Uhlmeyer, Natalie Thrasher, Chesnie Robbins and Caroline Linberger all had one hit in the game. NS didn’t commit a single error on the field.
NS vs. Community
The Lady Raiders dominated Community in the second round of the tournament, 13-5.
Linberger and Robbins got on base and Thrasher’s double allowed them to score their first two runs. NS added two more runs to end the inning. Kirby, Williams and Uhlmeyer all drove in runs in the inning. They tallied two more in the second giving them a 6-1 lead.
Snow hit a homerun in the bottom of the sixth inning giving NS its last run of the game.
Thrasher allowed 18 hits over seven innings, striking out three, only allowing five runs.
North Shelby earned 12 hits in the game. Linberger and Kirby each had three hits against the Lady Trojans.
The Lady Raiders had seven stolen bases. Linberger and Kirby each had two.
North Shelby vs. Lady Birds
In the first round of the tournament, the Lady Raiders defeated South Shelby, 11-2.
The Lady Birds’ only runs were scored in the first inning.
Robbins collected five hits in five at bats leading NS in hits. She doubled in the first, second and fourth and singled in the fifth and sixth.
The Lady Raiders scored seven of their 11 runs in the fifth inning.
Snow was on the mound for NS. In the six innings, she allowed four hits and two runs, striking out 12 and walking one.
As a team, North Shelby had 22 hits against South Shelby.
NS vs. Louisiana
The Lady Raiders collected 15 hits in its victory on the road against Louisiana. After five innings NS claimed a 13-1 win Monday, September 20.
North Shelby held a 2-0 lead until the fourth inning when they earned two more runs. Louisiana scored its only run in the bottom of the fourth.
The Lady Raiders gathered nine runs in the fifth inning. Thrasher and Kirby each had a single and Williams and Jaylea Barrick tallied a double in the fifth inning.
Robbins, Williams, Meg Shively, Thrasher and Kirby each had multiple hits. Robbins went 3-for-4 at the plate leading NS.
On the mound, Thrasher allowed four hits and struck out four.
Lady Raiders vs. Marion County
Snow struck out 11 Lady Mustangs during North Shelby’s 2-0 win Tuesday, September 21.
Marion County’s pitcher also struck out 11.
In the second inning, William’s hit brought a Lady Raider across the plate.
North Shelby had four hits in the game. Shively and Kirby each had two hits in the game.
The Lady Mustangs had no hits during the game.
North Shelby vs. Harrisburg
A battle ended in the Lady Raiders favor against the Lady Bulldogs on Wednesday, September 22. Harrisburg had a big third inning, but North Shelby’s at bat in the bottom of the third and fourth innings gave them an 8-5 victory.
Each team scored one run in the first inning.
The Lady Bulldogs had four runs in the third inning for a 5-1 advantage.
North Shelby’s Marissa McEwen and Linberger each had a single in the bottom of the third. Zoey Barrick, courtesy runner for McEwen and Linberger made their way around bases after Robbins hit a triple. NS trailed 5-3.
During a wild pitch, Robbin came across home plate making the score 5-4 at the end of the third inning.
McEwen and Linberger each earned a single in the bottom of the fourth inning. William’s double brought in two Lady Raiders giving NS a 6-5 lead.
Uhlmeyer was walked, and a run was brought in for North Shelby bringing the score to 7-5.
North Shelby finished the game by scoring one more run in the sixth inning. The game ended after a pop fly to Williams was caught and Thrasher struck out two Lady Bulldogs.
Thrasher, Robbins, Williams and Linberger all had two hits in the game.
Thrasher surrendered five runs on seven hits. She struck out eight.