Boonville Abstract improved to 8-1 on the season by leading Fayette from start to finish for a 13-3 victory Thursday night in Babe Ruth 8U softball at Lions park.
Boonville Abstract never trailed in the game against Fayette and led 5-3 after one and 8-3 after two before adding five more runs in the fourth.
Daisy Huth led the hitting attack in the game for Boonville Abstract with three singles, one double and three RBIs.
Emme Comegys finished the game with three singles one double and two RBIs while Emma Pfeiffer added three singles and two RBIs, Elizabeth Eichelberger, Ellise Kirchner and Lilli Moore each with three singles and one RBI, Kendal Hodges with two singles and two RBIs and Avery Haynes with two singles.
For Fayette, Paige Vroman and Addison Gibbs each had two singles while Payton Kindle and Emma Hildgedick added one single and one RBI, Greysyn Syferd, Kenna Vroman and Camryn Ballew each with one single and Brooke Daugherty with one RBI.
87 Diner 9
Citizen’s Community Bank 5
87 Diner scored all nine runs in the first-four innings to beat Citizen’s Community Bank 9-5 in Babe Ruth 8U softball Thursday night at Lions park.
87 Diner, improving to 6-3 on the season, broke a 3-3 tie after one with four runs in the second and then sent one run across in each of the third and fourth innings of play. CCB, which dropped to 0-9-1 on the season, scored three in the first and two again in the fifth.
Isabel Alviso led the hitting attack in the game for 87 Diner with two singles, two doubles and two RBIs. Cecelia Gaddis also had four hits with three singles and one double while Beth Giroux added four singles and one RBI, Kinsey Biesemeyer with three singles and three RBIs, Alex Thieman with two singles and two RBIs, Karrman Leonard with two singles and Destiny Hawkins with one single.
For CCB, Carly Robb had three singles and one RBI while Kinlei Ruffel added three singles, Delaney Rowlett with two singles and three RBIs, Kaleia Morton with two singles and one RBI, Lizzie Traub and Lauren Thompson each with two singles and Alivia Hamilton with one single.