Camdenton shutout by Kickapoo, Eldon falls in road trip to Helias and Climax Springs hit with tough loss at Stoutland
Camdenton shutout by Kickapoo in defensive battle
Defense dominated on the diamond Thursday night when Camdenton hosted Kickapoo in an Ozark Conference battle.
The two sides, which put together just two hits each on the night, remained scoreless through the first seven innings before the Chiefs found a way to break the ice in extra innings with four runs in the ninth to seal a 4-0 win over the Lakers.
Camdenton's Dylan Thompson and Nolan Moriearty put together the team's only two hits while the team suffered from 10 strikeouts.
On the mound, Garrett Stamper worked the first seven and one-third innings and pitched a one-hitter allowing just four walks while striking out nine. Moriearty took the loss and allowed three earned runs on no hits while walking one and Riley Stidham finished things up allowing a single run off one hit.
Camdenton (10-9, 1-6 Ozark Conference) will look to bounce back at Marshfield on Monday at 4:30 p.m.
Eldon falls in road trip to Helias
It was a tough night on the field for Eldon as the Mustangs were shutout 12-0 in five innings at Helias on Thursday.
The Mustangs put up just three hits on the night and Tate Warny provided two of them to lead the offense. Fisher Snelling and Zach Graham were on the hill for Eldon and Snelling managed to record two strikeouts while the duo combined to give up 10 hits.
Eldon (4-9, 4-2 Tri-County Conference) will be back in conference action Monday at Blair Oaks. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.
Climax Springs hit with tough loss at Stoutland
Climax Springs visited Stoutland Thursday night and it was a tough trip for the Cougars as they fell 16-0. Climax Springs (0-13) will host Macks Creek on Monday at 5 p.m.
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