Central baseball extends its winning streak to six

Friday, May 14, 2004

The Central baseball team pushed its winning streak to six games with a 13-2 win at Scott City on Thursday.

The Tigers had 16 hits in their regular-season finale. Sean Bard led the attack with three hits, including a home run and a double. Bard drove in six runs.

On Wednesday, Central swept a doubleheader from host Heath (Ky.) in Paducah, winning 15-12 and 16-0 in five innings. Heath fell to 21-5. Patrick Slattery had two home runs in the opener, and Steve Miinch and Matt Hellrich combined for a no-hitter in the nightcap.Central 13, Scott City 2

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WP -- Jason Umfleet, 3-1. LP -- Andy Stephens. HR -- Sean Bard (C). 2B -- Bard (C), Patrick Slattery (C). 3B -- Scott Brueckner (C), Mark Johnston (S). Multiple hits -- Central, Bard 3-5; Matt Hester 2-4; Brueckner 2-4; Ty Craft 2-3; Mark Dunaway 2-5; Scott City, Stephens 2-3. Records -- Central 11-12-1.Late Wednesday

(Game 1)

Central 15, Heath 12


WP -- Jake Welch, 4-4. LP -- Adam Finke. HR -- Patrick Slattery 2 (C), Mark Dunaway (C), Brock Wright (H). 3B -- Brandon Austin (H). Multiple hits -- Central, Ty Craft 3-4, Zac Hudson 3-5, Slattery 2-2, Welch 2-3, Alex Ramsey 2-3; Heath, Brandon Braboy 3-5, Zac Bohannon 2-5, Chad Hampton 2-4. Records -- Central 9-12-1, Heath 21-4.(Game 2)

Central 16, Heath 0

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WP -- Steve Miinch, 1-0. LP -- Jamie Morris. 2B -- Brad LaBruyere 2 (C), Matt Hester (C), Alex Ramsey (C), Brandon Cooper (C), Tyrone Reece (C). Multiple hits -- Central, LaBruyere 3-4, Miinch 3-5, Sean Bard 3-5, Ramsey 2-2. Records -- Central 10-12-1, Heath 21-5.

Oak Ridge 8, Delta 7

Tanner Baggett went 4-for-4 with two doubles and a home run but couldn't pull host Delta past Oak Ridge. Cody Crowden had three hits and five stolen bases for Delta (1-13).

Austin Morrison picked up the win on the mound and went 4-for-4 at the plate for Oak Ridge (6-8). Ryan Pohlman added three hits.

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WP -- Austin Morrison, 4-4. LP -- Tanner Baggett. HR -- Baggett (D). 3B -- Ryan Pohlman (O). 2B -- Austin Hahs (O), Morrison (O) 2, Walter Ruesler (O), Baggett (D) 2. Multiple hits -- Delta, Baggett 4-4; Cody Crowden 3-3; Oak Ridge, Brian Ruesler 2-4; Pohlman 3-4; Hahs 2-3; Morrison 4-4; Walter Ruesler 2-4. Records -- Oak Ridge 6-8, Delta 1-13.

Oran 6, East Prairie 3, 8 innings

Garrett Roslen hit a walk-off three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to lead Oran past visiting East Prairie (14-5).

Matt Seyer earned his sixth win on the mound for the Eagles (17-3).

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WP -- Matt Seyer, 6-2. LP -- Ben Walters. HR -- Garrett Roslen (O). 3B -- Preston Shoemaker (E). 2B -- Roslen (O), Joey Williams (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Roslen 2-5; Austin Dumey 2-3; East Prairie, Bright 2-4; Shoemaker 2-3. Record -- Oran 17-3, East Prairie 14-5.GIRLS SOCCER

Jackson 6, Carbondale (Ill.) 0

Molly Hartmann had a hat trick in the first half as Jackson recorded its 20th win with a home shutout. The game ended 15 minutes early due to lightning.

Lucy Hartmann added a pair of goals and Shay Priester had the other for the Indians (20-3-1).

Jackson's assists were recorded by Emily Curtis (two), Hannah Kohn, Priester and Molly Hartmann. Kylie Werner recorded her 19th shutout.SOFTBALL

Delta 16, Oak Ridge 1

Sarah Cook hurled a no-hitter, as Delta made quick work of visiting Oak Ridge in four innings. Cook and Kaci Menz had two hits apiece. Ashley Elliott homered for the Bobcats (13-2)

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WP -- Sarah Cook, 13-2. LP -- Ponder. HR -- Ashley Elliott (D). 3B -- Cook (D), Kacie Seabaugh (D). 2B -- Kaci Menz (D), Shea Smith (D). Multiple hits -- Delta, Menz 2-2; Cook 2-3. Records -- Delta 13-2.

Oran 10, East Prairie 0

Carmen Duncan had three doubles, and Hanna Seyer allowed only two hits to close out Oran's season with a home victory in five innings.

Tori St. Cin added a pair of hits for Oran (9-5).

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WP -- Hanna Seyer, 3-3. 2B -- Carmen Duncan 3 (O), Seyer (O), Tiffany Glastetter (O). Multiple hits -- Oran, Duncan 3-4; Tori St. Cin 2-3. Records -- Oran 9-5.

-- From staff reports

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