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Franklin County 10, Batesville 0; JV Bulldogs 10-2

The following are unedited varsity softball reports from Franklin County coach Alex McCool and Batesville coach Randy Obermeyer.  We thank them for the reports.

(Franklin County) Kamryn McCool had all her pitches working on Tuesday evening, and the Wildcats bats put together their best offensive performance of the season in a 10-0 victory over the Batseville Bulldogs. The Wildcats extended their winning streak to four games with the victory, improving their record to 11-4 overall and 5-2 in EIAC play. Batesville’s record falls to 1-10 overall and 0-8 in EIAC play.

Franklin County got the scoring started in the top of the second inning where the Wildcats were able to push across 4 runs in the inning. The Wildcats had three hits in the inning and scored all four runs with two outs.

The Wildcats were then able to fully put the game out of reach thanks to six runs in the third inning. The rally was led by singles by Abby Orschell and Hannah Hornsby, a walk by Gabby Mitchum, and an error on a ball put in play by McCool. Orschell, Mitchum, McCool and Hornsby all added RBIs in the big inning.

The Bulldogs only managed two hits all game. K Obermeyer added a single for the home team in the 2nd inning and K Laker added one of her own in the 3rd inning.

Kamryn McCool took the win for Franklin County. She went five innings, allowing zero runs on two hits, striking out 11 and walking zero.

Obermeyer took the loss for Batesville. She surrendered seven runs on five hits over two innings, striking out one.

Franklin County tallied nine hits in the game. Kloe Bolos and Kamryn McCool each collected two hits to lead the Wildcats. McCool and Bolos each collected two hits to lead the Wildcats. Franklin County’s defense was also spectacular this evening, didn’t commit a single error in the field.

(Batesville) The Batesville Lady Bulldog Softball team lost to Franklin County last night by the score of 0-10 in 5 innings.

Franklin County’s McCool put up another outstanding pitching performance striking out 11 Bulldogs, walking zero batters, and only allowing 2 hits on the game.
The Bulldog pitchers, Obermeyer and Westerfeld, only allowed 2 earned runs on the game with 4 strikeouts.
The 1st inning showed great potential for a defensive turnaround when Obermeyer, from the pitcher’s mound, dove for a ball between home and made a great catch. Then a few plays later Wilson, from 1st base, dove for a foul ball, and just came up short.
The two lone Batesville hits came from Obermeyer (hard ground ball to RC field) and Laker (drag bunt).
Wilson ended the game with 5 putouts while Cornn ended with 3.
A junior varsity report follows.

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