High school roundup

High school roundup: Lewisville edges Ridge View in softball

Staff reportsApril 17, 2013 


Lewisville 5 Ridge View 4

Lewisville pitcher Madison Vinson picked up her 10th win of the season and Deandra Ealey homered in the Lions’ 5-4 win over visiting Ridge View on Wednesday.

Ealey and Logan Miller collected two hits apiece for the Lions, 17-5 overall.

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Winning pitcher: Madison Vinson (10-4)

2B: Stone (RV), Deandra Ealey and Janie Colvin (L). HR: Deandra Ealey (L)

Hitting leaders: Ridge View – Stone 2-4 and Clump 1-2. Lewsville – Logan Miller 2-3 RBI, Deandra Ealey 2-2 2 RBI, Haley Love 2-3 RBI, Janie Colvin 2-3 RBI.

Records: Lewisville 17-5 (6-1)

At Clover

Clover 9, Forestview 0


No. 1 - Andres Leon (C) def. Hayes Cloninger 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 - Patrick Smith (C) def. Griffin Harwell 6-2, 6-0; No. 3 - Rob Long (C) def. Zach Cunningham 6-3., 6-1; No. 4 - Garrett Smith (C) def. Sam Maney 6-2, 6-3; No. 5 - Holden McGill (C) def. Jacob Richards 6-1, 6-1; No. 6 - Thomas Summers (C) def. Adam Roney 6-3, 6-4.


No. 1 - Andres Leon and Rob Long (C) def. Zach Cunningham and Griffin Harwell 8-0; No. 2 - Holden McGill and Thomas Summers (C) def. Hays Cloninger and Sam Maney 8-7 (4); No. 3 - Andy Brom and Jay Rowland (C) def. Jacob Richards and Christian Bailey 8-5.

Records: Clover 11-1.

Late Tuesday


At Clover

Clover 6, Nation Ford 0

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Brooke McCurry, Haley Hammond (4) and Carolyn Thompson; Elizabeth Edmunds and Madison Tepfenhart. WP - Edmunds (16-4); LP - McCurry.

2B. - Darby Trull and Carolyn Thompson (NF). HR - Marisa Harkey (C). Leading hitters - Tepfenhart (C) 2-3 2 RBI and Harkey (C) 1-2 3 RBI.

Records: Clover 19-4 (13-0 Region 3-AAAA), Nation Ford 12-13 (6-7)

Late Monday


At: Republic Golf Course, Great Falls

Andrew Jackson 164, Great Falls 165

Individual Scores

Great Falls – Josh Payseur 37, Morgan Frost 42, Austin Hinson 42, Brennon Lipscomb 44.

Andrew Jackson – Caleb Brown 38, Logan Sowell 40, Tyler Bowers 43, Dylan Robinson 43.

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