Girls Softball Roundup, May 14: Kennett Takes Down Scott City in Class 2 Quarterfinals

The Kennett Indians supplied ample offense Thursday, scoring 14 runs on 16 hits, to put an end to Scott City's season, winning a Class 2 quarterfinal in Kennett, 14-4.

Down by two runs heading into the home half of the second inning, Kennett's bats got hot and stayed hot, scoring crooked numbers of two, three, two, three, and four runs, in the second through the sixth innings.

Junior Olivia Orf went 3-for-4 at the plate, including a home run, and three RBIs.

Jade Yates also drove in three runs (2 for 2 at the dish), while scoring three runs.

Hannah Davis (one hit, two RBIs) and Hadley Wilson (one hit, two RBIs) also added to the Indians' lopsided win.

For Scott City, Harley Glick went 2-for-2 with two runs scored, while Makenzie Lawless, Liza Donahoe, and Aleah Morrill each recorded a hit in the season-ending loss.

Mackenzie Lawless took the loss, pitching 5 2/3 innings, giving up all 14 runs on 15 hits, striking out one, and walking two.

Kennett (17-8) will now play Skyline (22-1) on May 21 at 7 p.m. at the Killiam Softball Complex in Springfield, MO.

Scott City ends their season with a record of 14-10.

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