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Lady Tigers run winning streak to four after pair of wins over Sissonville and Tug Valley

Chapmanville's Brooke Christian lines out to shortstop in the third inning of the Lady Tigers loss at Scott earlier this season. Christian's two-run single in the seventh inning broke a 3-all tie against Sissonville Tuesday evening (File Photo courtesy of CKG Graphics).

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports

CHAPMANVILLE The Lady Tigers ran their winning streak to four games with a pair of wins over Sissonville 5-3 on Tuesday evening and a 10-1 five-inning mercy rule win over Tug Valley Wednesday evening.

Charity Atwood picked both victories in the circle for Chapmanville, who improved its record to 6-2 with the wins.

Emma Muncy had four hits, two doubles, three RBIs and scored three runs while Erica Sigmon had one hit and three RBIs and Brooke Christian a pair of hits and two RBIs to lead Chapmanville at the plate.

Chapmanville 5, Sissonville 3 - Christian's two-run single in the top of the seventh inning broke a 3-3 tie giving the Lady Tigers a 5-3 road win over the Lady Indians Tuesday evening at Sissonville High School.

For the second straight contest, Chapmanville plated the winning runs in its final at bat as Sissonville rallied from a 3-0 deficit to the game with a pair of runs in the fifth inning and one run in the sixth.

Atwood and Muncy scored on Christian's single to right field for the go-ahead runs in the seventh inning. Christian had two hits in the contest and Muncy added two hits and one RBI for the Lady Tigers.

Sissonville's Abigail Bailey scored on a passed ball in the sixth to tie it, but like a day earlier the Lady Tigers recovered to win in the seventh on Christian's two-run single.

Atwood picked up the win in relief after pitching two hitless innings while striking out three batters. LaTosha Perry allowed three unearned runs on six hits in five innings. Perry walked one and struck out one in the no decision.

Emma Lester took the loss for Sissonville (3-3) after allowing five runs on 10 hits in seven innings. She walked two and struck out four in defeat.

Taylor Oxley had two doubles and drove in two runs for Sissonville. Bailey had two hits, including a double and Albany Anastasio and Kya Hampton had one hit each.

Hannah Miller had two hits including a double while Erin Adkins, Atwood, Chloe Murphy and Perry each had singles for Chapmanville, who also got an RBI from Laken Parks.

Chapmanville 10, Tug Valley 1 (Five Innings) - Sigmon drove in three runs and Muncy had two RBIs as Chapmanville mercy-ruled Tug Valley 10-1 in five innings Wednesday evening at Ronnie Mule Ooten Field.

Muncy had two doubles and scored twice while Parks had two hits and one RBI for the Lady Tigers, who had four extra base hits in the win. Atwood had a double, scored twice and one RBI while Miller had a triple and drove in a run and Evy Altizer one hit for Chapmanville.

Atwood picked up the win in the circle for Chapmanville after allowing one run on six hits and three strikeouts in five innings pitched. Atwood is 3-0 with a save in her last four outings. Two of Atwood's wins have come in a relief role.

Tug Valley starter Kinna Justice allowed 10 runs - four earned - on eight hits in three innings. She walked one, struck out two and had a triple.

The Lady Panthers (4-5) got one hit each from Bailee Hall, McKynnli Farley, Aleksah Osborne, Tailyn Russell and Amelya Wellman and Haleigh Muncy drove in the lone run for Tug Valley.

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