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by the Daily Corinthian
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A handful of local games dotted the schedule Wednesday and the playoff picture cleared up so there’s no more confusion.

HS Baseball

McNairy Central 16 Fayette-Ware 0

The Bobcats made short work of the Wildcats as they used a 10-run second inning to run-rule Fayette-Ware 16-0 on a three-inning no-hitter from Parker Childers.

It was the first of a day-night double header between the two teams.

Braden Rickman and Casey Coleson each had a pair of hits for MCHS as the ‘Cats pounded out nine during the game.

Dru Yopp had three RBI’s for McNairy Central, who improved to 18-5-1 with the victory.

HS Softball

Corinth 10 Itawamba AHS 5

The Lady Warriors defeated the Lady Indians 10-5 on the road in a game originally scheduled for Tuesday.

Makenzie Patterson earned the pitching win and also led CHS with three base hits, including a double. Kaleigh Sanders also had three hits while Colby Cox added two. Patterson also led the Tribe with 4 RBI’s.

Corinth will begin the first round of the playoff’s Friday at West Lauderdale. They finished the regular season at 11-10, 7-3.

Chester County 2 McNairy Central 1

In a pitchers duel, the Lady Eagles edged the Lady Bobcats 2-1 as Katie Sanders suffered the loss on the mound but allowed only two hits.

Both teams scored their runs in the sixth inning as Selika McCord registered McNairy Central’s only run on a solo blast in the bottom of the sixth.

Biggersville hosted Thrasher Wednesday but the final score was not available at deadline.

HS Tennis

Corinth saw their season end in team play Tuesday at New Albany as the Bulldogs won 6-1 over the Warriors to end CHS’ season at 7-3.

Madison Mayhall was the only Corinth player to win at NA as she defeated Maggie Scott 6-2, 6-3 in girls singles. She was the division girls singles champion and will advance to individual play at the state tournament in Jackson beginning May 8. Also advancing from the Corinth squad are boys singles division champion Rhett Robinson and the mixed doubles team of Peyton Marshall and Taylor Robinson.

Playoff Picture Clears

The Corinth baseball Warriors found out Wednesday what they figured would happen all along, as they were declared the Division 1-4A champions after Itawamba AHS won at Amory on Wednesday afternoon.

The Tribe will host Indianola Gentry Friday in the first round of the state playoffs at 6.

The picture in 3A also came into focus when Yazoo County defeated Humphrey’s County to claim second place in 3-3A. The Bears will host Humphrey’s County Friday in a likely double-header while the Kossuth Aggies will host Yazoo County Thursday at 6 and then travel for a 6 pm game on Friday weather permitting.

Biggersville will host Simmons in 1A while Thrasher will visit Shaw.

In fast-pitch softball Corinth will travel to West Lauderdale Friday for a first round game while Tishomingo County will host Caledonia. Biggersville will have home field in the first round as they play Vardeman and Booneville will play host to Kemper County.

The high school golf playoffs begin next Monday with the girls teeing it up and Tuesday on the boys side. Track and field is still ongoing with area schools boasting several individual qualifiers in different events from the high jump to the pole vault and from the 100-meter dash to the relays.

Good luck to all the area schools still alive in the playoffs and we’ll keep you up-to-date daily on how each team fares until the very end.

(Kent Mohundro is the sports editor for the Daily Corinthian)



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