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Lady Raider softball routs Shelbyville 15-1

Paisley Campbell throws the ball back to Kaitlyn Davis Thursday, April 13, 2023. Campbell hit a home run to help the Lady Raiders win 15-1. -- Photo by Holly Peterson, Thunder Radio WMSR

Coffee County softball got RBIs from 7 different players, blew the game apart in a 10-run third and dismantled Shelbyville 15-1 Thursday night in Manchester.

The Lady Raider bats were on fire all night. Everyone in the lineup scored at least once.

Paisley Campbell blasted a 3-run home run in the third.

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Madison Pruitt and Channah Gannon also banged out extra base hits – both doubles. Pruitt had a pair of RBI and scored a run.

In the circle – Kaitlyn Davis set the tone early and was nothing short of dominant. Davis struck out the first seven batters she faced to start the game. In fact, Davis only needed 10 pitches to mow down the side in order in the first inning.

Shelbyville was able to scrap across a run on two hits in the third. Davis went on to strike out 10 batters and scattered 4 hits.

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Coffee County will have Friday and Saturday off before traveling to Tullahoma for a 3 p.m. first pitch on Sunday – a Thunder Radio WMSR broadcast.

PHOTOS BY HOLLY PETERSON, THUNDER RADIO WMSR. 107.9 FM | 1320 AM

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