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Lady Tigers off to a 5-0 start after 4-1 win over Lady Skyhawks

Scott's Hannah Price (7) makes it back to first base safely just ahead of Chapmanville's Brooke Christian (13) during the Lady Tigers 4-1 win over the Lady Skyhawks Monday evening at Ronnie "Mule" Ooten Field (Photo courtesy of CKG Graphics).

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports


CHAPMANVILLE   Chapmanville picked up a huge win Monday evening defeating sectional rival Scott 4-1 at Ronnie "Mule" Ooten Field.

The Lady Tigers improved to 5-0 on the season while the three-time reigning Class AA Region IV Section 2 champion Lady Skyhawks fell to 6-3 with the loss.

Chapmanville, who owns wins over Man (10-2), Poca (4-3), reigning Class AA champion Winfield (5-1) and Wayne (9-0), has allowed just seven runs in five games this season and has scored 32 runs.

Mady Farley had two hits and drove in one run while Brooke Christian tripled and drove in one run and pitcher Chloe Murphy helped her own cause in the circle with a run-producing single for Chapmanville in Monday's win.

Shae Conley started the scoring for Chapmanville with a second inning RBI groundout to score Erica Sigmon for a 1-0 lead. The lead would be short lived however as Scott's Ava Sampson evened the score at 1 with a run-scoring single in the top of the third.

In the bottom of the third, Christian's triple drove in Hannah Miller to give Chapmanville a 2-1 lead and Murphy's single plated Christian to extend the Lady Tigers lead to 3-1 after three.

Chapmanville went ahead 4-1 when Conley scored on Farley's single in the bottom of the fourth.

Murphy tossed a complete game in the circle for the Lady Tigers while Ava Sampson suffered the loss for Scott.

Hailey Capps had three hits for the Lady Skyhawks, Sampson had one hit and one RBI and Natalie Green and Hannah Price each had one hit.

Evy Altizer, Charity Atwood and Miller each had one hit for Chapmanville.

Scott returns to the diamond Friday evening at sectional rival Logan. The Lady Skyhawks will be looking to avoid a second consecutive loss in sectional competition.

Looking to continue its hot start to the season, Chapmanville will host Belfry (KY) Saturday morning at 10 a.m.



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