Harlee Quick awaits a pitch from Scott's Ava Sampson during the second inning of the Lady Wildcats 8-4 win over the Lady Skyhawks Tuesday evening. Quick was 2 for 4 with a double and one RBI in Thursday's win over Chapmanville (Photo by Bill Lusk/WVOW Sports).
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LOGAN Second ranked Logan ran its winning streak to six games behind Myleigh Adkins' one-hit shutout and three hits each from Emilee Mullins and Taylor Noe and two more hits from Harlee Quick, defeating county rival Chapmanville 5-0 Thursday evening at Bea Orr Field.
Noe had a triple and one RBI, Mullins drove in a run and Quick had a double to go along with one run driven in for Logan.
Logan improved its record to 9-2 and remained perfect at home on the year improving to 7-0 at Bea Orr Field. The Lady Wildcats have outscored the opposition, 50-16, and won five games by four runs or more during the streak.
Adkins struck out five and walked one in a complete game seven inning performance in the circle.
Only one batter reached base safely for Chapmanville, catcher Erica Sigmon singled to lead off the second inning, reached on an error in the fourth and drew a two-out walk in the seventh.
LaTosha Perry took the loss after allowing four runs, 10 hits while striking out four in five innings in the circle for Chapmanville. Charity Atwood allowed one run, two hits and struck out two in one inning of relief.
Chapmanville, which had its four game winning streak snapped, fell to 6-3 on the year.
Noe led off the bottom of the first with a triple and came around to score on Quick's single for a 1-0 Logan lead.
Sigmon led off the top of the second with a double for Chapmanville, but was left stranded at third when Adkins retired the next three Lady Tigers she faced to keep Logan on top 1-0.
The Lady Wildcats added to their lead in the bottom of the second when MaKenna Ooten tripled to led off the inning and scored on Mullins' two-out single to give Logan a 2-0 lead.
Sigmon reached base on a throwing error and advanced to third with two outs in the Chapmanville fourth, but was tagged out at home trying to score on an Adkins wild pitch for the final out of the fourth.
Mullins then doubled with two outs in the bottom of the fourth for the Lady Wildcats and came around to score on Noe's single making it 3-0 Logan after four.
The Lady Wildcats finished the scoring in the bottom of the sixth when a dropped fly ball of the bat of Quick scored Kaylie Coleman and Isabella Propst, both of whom started the sixth inning with singles, to put the Lady Wildcats on top 5-0.
Ooten had a triple for Logan, who also got one hit each from Addi Brumfield, Coleman and Propst.
Chapmanville returns to action Monday evening at county rival and Class A No. 8 Man.