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Scrapperettes earn 2 wins

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The Nashville Scrapperettes picked up two victories last week in blended 3A/4a conference games.

Nashville run-ruled Genoa Central 15-2 Friday, April 14. The Scrapperettes trailed 1-0 after the first inning but didn’t look back the rest of the game, scoring twice in the second inning, once in the third, three in the fourth before putting up nine runs in the fifth. Nashville posted 14 hits against the Lady Dragons.

Madi Miller, Kaylea Carver and Brittany Hilliard recorded two hits each for the Scrapperettes.

Miller had four RBIs, followed by two each from Carver and Hilliard.

Bailey Dougan and Alyssa Harrison had four quality at bats each, with three from Kacey Hinds.

Dougan recorded three walks, with two from Harrison and one from Anna Kesterson.

Kesterson pitched for the Scrapperettes, giving up two runs on four hits and striking out six. She threw 13 first-pitch strikes.

Horatio

Miller pitched a shutout for the Scrapperettes April 12 as they defeated Horatio 10-0 in five innings.

Miller struck out seven Lady Lions and threw 12 first-pitch strikes.

The game was scoreless through the first two innings. The Scrapperettes scored four runs in the third and sixth in the fourth to take the win.

Nashville had seven hits against Horatio, with two from Hilliard. Julianne Futrell walked.

Brookelyen Cox posted three RBIs, with two by Miller and one by Futrell.

Cox and Hilliard had two quality at bats a piece.

The Scrapperettes were scheduled to play El Dorado at Southern Arkansas University April 11, but the game was cancelled because of weather.

Monday’s District 7-4A game against Ashdown was postponed until Thursday, April 20, at the Nashville City Park because of weather. The game will begin at 4:30 p.m.

The Scrapperettes will host Fouke and Vilonia Friday.

They will play Joe T. Robinson Monday, April 24, at 4:30 p.m. at the city park.

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