Desoto County Sports

Tuesday sports: Prep scoreboard

Tuesday, April 16

Prep baseball

St. George’s 4, Northpoint Christian 3

Note: Northpoint couldn’t recover from a 4-0 deficit, despite two runs in the sixth and one more in their last at-bat in the seventh.  St. George’s scored all of its runs in the third inning.  Both teams were held to only two hits each. KL Farr doubled and Jayden Parker singled for the Trojans, and  Farr drove in two runs. Jace Robinson suffered the loss for Northpoint with four runs allowed, two earned, two walks and five strikeouts to three innings pitched.  Alex Love struck out six in three innings of relief. 

DeSoto Central 4, Southaven 0 (5 innings)

Note: DeSoto Central scored twice in the second and third innings.  Southaven was held to one hit. Conner Ferguson had two hits for the Jaguars, including a double, Ethan Carter drove in two runs.  Peyton Davis was the winning pitcher with two innings pitched and one walk allowed.  Noah Watson’s double was Southaven’s only hit in the contest.  

Hernando 8, Marshall Academy 5

Note: Luke Romine scored twice on three hits, including a home run, and had three runs-batted-in for the Tigers. Romine also doubled for two of Hernando’s seven extra-base hits. Meyer Maddox also had three hits, including a double and a triple, and drove in three runs.  Landon Holmes was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts and one walk in four innings on the mound. Holmes allowed two hits and one earned run.  

Saltillo 14, Lake Cormorant 4 (5 innings)

Note: Saltillo scored seven times in the third inning, Lake Cormorant tallied twice in the third.  Michael Callahan had two hits in the game for the Gators, including a double.  Brayden Moberly struck out three batters and walked four in 2.2 innings on the mound. Moberly also allowed nine runs, two of which were earned.  

Center Hill 11, Grenada 1 (5 innings)

Note: Mustangs scored five times in the third inning of the run-rule victory.  JaMaryon Warren scored three times for Center Hill and Cooper McCool collected a pair of hits. Warren and Avery Rodgers homered in the victory.  M Atkins was the winning pitcher with two hits and three strikeouts in five innings. Atkins walked two.  

Prep softball

Hernando 3, DeSoto Central 0

Note: Lady Tigers scored once in the second and twice more in the fifth inning to put the game away. Olivia Higginbotham had two hits for Hernando and Kaitlyn Gentry smacked a double for Hernando. Olivia Skinner was the winning pitcher with one hit allowed and struck out five in three innings pitched.  For DeSoto Central, Londen Armstrong had two hits, including a double, to lead the offense. Colby Young took the loss in the circle with five hits and three runs allowed, along with five strikeouts.  

Lewisburg 13, Southaven 0 (4 innings)

Note: Lewisburg pitching allowed only one Southaven hit in the four-inning victory.  The Lady Patriots broke the game open with 10 runs scored in the third inning. Leona Klaire Stokes scored three times for Lewisburg and Stokes was among four Lady Patriots with two hits apiece.  Anna Etter and Bailee Davis homered in the victory and Etter had three RBIs. Emma Abrams struck out five in two innings pitched for the circle victory.  Carmen Turnmire had Southaven’s only base hit in the loss.  

Lake Cormorant 6, Center Hill 5

Note: Alyssa Duckworth and Kayleigh Dawley each scored twice for Lake Cormorant and Alivia Burns hit safely twice. Alyssa Boswood struck out 10, allowed eight hits, and allowed five runs, four earned, in a complete-game victory.  For Center Hill, Reagan Ryan had two doubles, and Makayla Ramey added two singles. Alanah Cook drove in three runs for the Lady Mustangs.  Ryan allowed four hits, six runs, two earned, walked seven and fanned eight in the loss.  

Northpoint Christian 19, Harding Academy 0 (3 innings)

Note: Northpoint scored 11 times in the first inning of the run-rule victory. Macie Dever-Boaz, Josey Jones and Hannah Bostain all scored three times each and Jones had four RBIs with two triples. Bostain, Dever-Boaz, and Maggie McElhaney all hit doubles for Northpoint.  Bostain threw a no-hitter with one walk and five strikeouts.