The Lady Hawks had it won in five innings Thursday evening and returned to Hodgenville with a 14-1 road victory over the Lady Tigers.
LaRue County had 14 hits, led by Isabella Rivera with three. Rivera also scored four runs. Hannah Perry had three of the team’s 12 RBIs.
Shianne Thompson pitched all five innings, holding Bardstown to two hits and a run.
LaRue County (12-5) hosts the Abe Lincoln Classic on Saturday, where it will take on Nelson County at 9 a.m. and Owensboro at 1:30 p.m.
CAMPBELLSVILLE 14, ELIZABETHTOWN 13. The Lady Panthers fell for the second time in two nights Thursday, losing a close one to the visiting Lady Eagles. No statistics on the game were made available.
Elizabethtown (6-8) travels to John Hardin for a 5:30 p.m. game tonight.
LOUISVILLE CENTRAL 13, FORT KNOX 0. The Lady Eagles were kept off the board Thursday in a road loss to the Lady Yellow Jackets.
Destinee McHarge had Fort Knox’s lone hit.
Jiali Torres stayed in the circle for four innings, finishing with two strikeouts, eight hits, 13 runs and seven walks. The game came to a close after the top of the fifth inning.
Fort Knox (0-7) hosts North Hardin at 5:30 p.m. tonight.
NORTH HARDIN 26, FORT KNOX 6. The Trojans put up runs early and didn’t slow down, scoring 14 in the top of the fifth on the way to a blowout, five-inning road win over the Eagles Thursday.
The team had 14 hits, with two each from Seth Yates, Jordan Moore, Jose Resto-Santos and Shane Fleming. Fleming also led North Hardin in RBIs, with three of the team’s 20. Cooper Campbell scored four runs.
Ayden Chamberlain started off on the mound and came off in the bottom of the third, finishing with one strikeout, one hit, three runs and six walks.
Brady Exler came on for Chamberlain and stayed on until being replaced by Reece Dowdell in the bottom of the fourth inning. Exler had one hit, three runs and two walks. Dowdell struck out two and walked two.
Allen Rosenblatt and Gary Gallager each had one hit for Fort Knox. Isaiah Morrison and Javier Rodriguez each had one RBI. Rosenblatt and Daniel Evans each scored two runs.
Morrison pitched the first two innings and finished with one strikeout, four hits, eight runs and a walk. Kenneth Schelmety also pitched two innings, striking out four and allowing three hits, four runs and two walks. Seth Dombkowski opened the fifth inning before being replaced by Rodriguez. Domblowski had one strikeout, three hits, eight runs and four walks. Sanchez also struck out one and gave up four hits, six runs and three walks.
North Hardin (8-10) travels to Southern for a 5:30 p.m. game tonight. Fort Knox (3-8) hosts John Hardin at 12 p.m. Saturday.
LARUE CO. 18, CAVERNA 3. The Hawks took care of business in three innings on the road Thursday evening against the Colonels.
The team had 11 hits, with three from Jaxson Thomas to lead the category. LaRue County also had 12 RBIs, with three each from Brooks Brackett and Brian Sanchez.
Grayson White pitched all three innings and didn’t give up a hit. He struck out four batters and held Caverna to three runs, while walking three.
LaRue County (14-7) hosts Caverna tonight at 6 p.m.
MEADE CO. 14, CHRISTIAN EDUCATIONAL CONSORTIUM 3. The Green Wave broke away early and picked up a home win over Christian Educational Consortium Thursday evening.
Meade County had 12 hits, with two each from Dylan Abell, Kizer Burnett and Nate Banks. The team added 11 RBIs, with two each from Abell, Trevor Goodwin and Justin Hiner.
Tucker Crawly pitched three innings and finished with four strikeouts, two hits and two runs.
Meade County (13-4) hosts Central Hardin at 6 p.m. tonight.