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Kelly finds its stride in win

Friday, April 19, 2002

Kelly's Major Burger was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a stolen base in Thursday's 9-3 win over South Pemiscot
(photo by David Jenkins, Staff)
BENTON -- Tyler Schlosser had a career day for Kelly on Thursday, leading the Hawks to a 9-3 win over South Pemiscot.

He was the winning pitcher, allowing two earned runs on five hits, one walk and four strikeouts through the first five innings.

He was also 3-for-3 with a triple, two steals and two RBIs.

"Tyler Schlosser is an excellent ballplayer, one of the best in the area in my opinion," said Kelly coach John Gant. "Not only is he a great leader on the field, he's a great athlete. He stepped up and had a big night for us. His bat had been a little quiet in the last couple of games, but he really stood out today."

Chase Deason pitched the rest of the game for Kelly with six up, six down and two strikeouts. At the plate Deason was 2-for-2 with a sacrifice.

Drew Moore was 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a double. Major Burger was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a stolen base.

"We finally played the way we can play and the way we should play," said Gant. "Hopefully the guys will keep it up for the rest of the season."

South Pemiscot's Dent was charged with the loss. Kelly (4-6) will travel to Jackson on Monday for a 4 p.m. game.

DE SOTO -- Andrew Meyr homered and had four RBIs but it was not enough as Perryville fell to 2-11. John Lorenz had a triple and two RBIs for the Pirates.


Scott City 7, East Prairie 0

EAST PRAIRIE -- Scott City's softball team blanked East Prairie on Thursday, 7-0.

Amy Young pitched all six innings for the Lady Rams, allowing three hits and one walk. She recorded five strikeouts.

At the plate, Megan Ressel and Shana Wadlington led the way with two hits each. Britne Amick and Amanda O'Brien each contributed one.

"Amy pitched a good game and we hit the ball okay," said Scott City coach Sally O'Brien. "We stayed in for the win."

East Prairie's Meghen Massey was charged with the loss. She went the distance for the Lady Eagles, giving up six hits and two walks with eight strikeouts.

East Prairie's three hits came from Massey, LeAnne Hedges and Jill Hequembourg.

Scott City (6-3-1) will face Advance in the first round of the Lady Devil Classic today at 4 p.m. East Prairie (1-3) is also in the tournament, and will face Kelly at 4 p.m. today.

"Originally, Kelly wasn't in (the tournament) and I thought we had a pretty good chance of being in the championship," said O'Brien. "Now if we win our first game, we play Kelly. We're looking forward to a good game with them."

SIKESTON -- New Madrid County Central had little trouble with lowly Scott Central on Monday, hammering the Bravettes 23-1 in three innings.

Karrah Tanner got the win, improving her personal record to 5-0.

She allowed one hit and three walks with eight strikeouts.

Heather Redd paced the Lady Eagles' offense with two hits.

Other hits came from Jessica Gist, Christine Jones, Ashley Brittain and Sarah Fowler. The Lady Eagles were walked 18 times in the three frames.

NMCC (13-0) will face Delta in the first round of the Lady Devils Classic today at 6 p.m.

LEOPOLD -- Leopold (6-0) scored 11 runs in the second inning to set up the three inning run-rule win. Melinda Trankle tossed a no-hitter at Kingston (0-4), while Courtney Wesbecher and Lori Vandermierden led the offense with two hits each.

Some information for this article was provided by SEMO News Service.