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Softball roundup: Ryan rips Boswell

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Ryan improved to 9-3 on the season after defeating Saginaw Boswell 8-0 at the Tina Minke Tournament.

Carol Raabe (7-2) pitched the Lady Raiders to the win, only allowing three hits.

Raabe pitched another shutout earlier in the day, tossing a one-hitter in a 10-0 win over Canyon Randall 10-0.

Offensively, Carley Rains, Megan Durante and Raabe each had a home run.



Boswell                       000      000      —        0          3          1

Ryan               410      003      —        8          12        0

WP – Carol Raabe (7-2). LP – Sharp.



Canyon Randall                      000      0          —        0          1          2

Ryan               133      3          —        10        14        0

WP – Carol Raabe. LP – Wilmeth. 2B — R: Megan Durante. HR — R: Raabe, Durante, Carley Rains.


Prosper tournament

Preslee Gallaway pitched a five-inning no-hitter and drove in two runs as Pilot Point remained unbeaten at 7-0 on the season with a 7-0 win over North Lamar.

Gallaway finished with eight strikeouts and three walks.

Allison Strittmatter hit a home run in second inning for the Lady Cats, while Natalie Larson added two RBIs and Katlyn Salsman had a double.

Earlier, the Lady Cats defeated Sulphur Springs 1-0.

Skylar Cagle earned the victory and had 10 strikeouts. Sierra Brooks scored the game’s only run in the bottom of the sixth on an RBI single from Gallaway.


Ponder 7, Sanger 6

PONDER — McKenzie Chapman knocked in the winning run in Ponder’s victory over Sanger.

It was Chapman’s second RBI in the game.

Jessica Ozorco got the win despite giving up six runs on 13 hits. Kara Parr had a double for Ponder.

Nicole Nordie took the loss for Sanger.



Sanger  002      020      2          —        6          13        2

Ponder             301      020      1          —        7          7          0

WP – Jessica Ozorco. LP – Nicole Nordie. 2B P– Kara Parr.


Decatur 8, Argyle 7

DECATUR — Argyle slipped to 2-3 on the season after losing to Decatur.

Alyssa Burton took the loss, giving up all eight runs on 10 hits. Offensively, Burton and Blair O’Brien each had a double for the Lady Eagles.