Barker, Lady Bears hammer Knights 13-0

Posted 5/3/19

BEAR CREEK — Chatham Central dominated from the start to finish here Friday afternoon in a 13-0 rout of Chatham Charter in 1A Central Tar Heel Conference softball action.

The Lady Bears (11-0, …

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Barker, Lady Bears hammer Knights 13-0

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BEAR CREEK — Chatham Central dominated from the start to finish here Friday afternoon in a 13-0 rout of Chatham Charter in 1A Central Tar Heel Conference softball action.

The Lady Bears (11-0, 11-3) plated four runs in the first before adding three in the second, five in the fourth, and one in the fifth to take the five-inning win.

Chatham Charter (7-4, 9-5) managed just five hits in the loss.

Raynee Redington notched the win on the mound for Chatham Central, scattering the five hits in hurling the shutout while allowing no walks and fanning seven.

The Bears pounded out 11 hits led by a spectacular 4-for-4 effort by senior Bailey Barker who scored three runs, drove in four, and slammed a double and three triples.

Redington chipped in a 2-for-4 effort with three runs, a stolen base and a double while Mary Grace Murchison went 2-for-2 with three runs scored, two RBI. a walk and a double.

Adding 1-for-2 efforts with a run scored each was Gracie Gaines and Lindsay Polston while Morgan Rush was 1-for-1, and Lauren Collins drove in a pair of runs and Carmen Edwards and Madelyn Elkins one apiece.

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