Area sports roundup

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Bay got a no-hitter from Jimmy Duvall as the Yellowjackets beat Marmaduke 23-0 in high school baseball action this past Monday. Jonathan Crain led the way for Bay with four hits and five RBIs as Kyle McAdams had two hits and five RBIS. Duvall had three hits and three RBIs, Ashton Darby and Taylor Layne each collected three hits with two RBIs, Ryan Austin had two hit and two RBIs, Layne Austin finished with three hits with Nolan Smith adding two hits.

Trumann swept Gosnell in a softball doubleheader this past Tuesday in Trumann. The Lady Wildcats won the first game 11-7 as Lexi Jackson got the win while striking out eight. Jackson, Olivia Greenwell and Daly Taylor all had two RBIs in the game. In game two, Hannah Craig got the win for Trumann. Misty Moye and Jackson had three hits each with Taylor picking up two hits. Kendall Pruitt and Taylor each had three RBIs as Greenwell added two more RBIs.

The Trumann Wildcats dropped two conference games this past Tuesday to the Gosnell Pirates. The Wildcats lost the first game 5-3 and fell 10-0 in the second game. Kevonte Andrews took the loss in game one giving up five runs on nine hits. Jarred Carter and Alex Santos each had two hits for the Wildcats as Cade Cartman, Dyaln Qualls and Connor Haag each had an RBI. In the second game, Gartman finished with two hits with Lucas Moye and Garrett Woods adding a hit each. Woods took the loss giving up 10 runs on nine hits.

Harrisburg lost a conference doubleheader, 5-4 and 13-3, to Brookland this past Tuesday in high school baseball action. Jett Jackson took the loss in game one as he allowed four runs on two hits. Noah Benintende had a hit and RBI to lead the Hornets at the plate as Brady Castle, Jaxson Hawkins and Dylan Mathis each had a hit. Castle scored the teams' only run of the game. In the nightcap Benintende took the loss on mound giving up three runs on one hit. Chris Wiggington led Harrisburg's offense with two hits and two runs scored. Castle, Jordan Hindman and Mathis each had a hit for the Hornets. Lance McGinnis added a run scored for Harrisburg.

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