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Sports : Putnam County Softball Loses Slugfest To Clark County, 11-6
Posted by Tom on 2014/8/26 14:10:00 (104 reads) News by the same author

In the season opening softball game for the Putnam County Lady Midgets, the Unionville team scored well, but had trouble keeping visiting Clark County off the scoreboard, in an 11-6 Lady Indian victory.

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For the host Lady Midgets, Sara Webb and Jade Varner each had three hits, with Haley Bradshaw going 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI's. Putnam County had come off of a tough jamboree at Trenton on Monday, August 18th, falling to Brookfield 6-0 and Trenton 2-0 in four inning affairs. PC will continue its 2014 season on Wednesday, hosting the LaPlata Lady Bulldogs.

Here is the high school softball scoreboard for Monday, August 25, 2014:
Hamilton 8, Marceline 0
Cameron 6, Maysville 2
Excelsior Springs 9, Lawson 8
Lathrop 9, Notre Dame de Sion 7
North Platte 11, Stanberry 0
Northwestern (Mendon) 7, Higbee 6
Knox County 4, South Shelby 0
Keytesville 7, Linn County 5
Liberty North 3, Smithville 1

Boys Baseball Scores:
Northwestern (Mendon) 9, Higbee 3
Novinger 3, Marion County 1
Keytesville 3, Linn County 0

The Chillicothe Lady Hornet tennis team swept Savannah in an MEC duel, 9-0, with LeBlond downing nearby rival Lafayette 7-2. The Maysville Lady Wolverines won the season-opening Plattsburg Best Ball Golf Tournament, shooting a team score of 299, five strokes better than runner-up Odessa. Excelsior Springs and Lawson tied for third with 314. Cameron was sixth at 335, and Plattsburg seventh at 338. There were nine teams in the field.

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