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Munn no-hits Pioneers in 7-0 Lady Raider win

Coffee County Central’s Aleayia Barnes slides safely into home (while blowing a bubble) Monday night, April 12, 2021, in a 7-0 win for CHS over Warren County. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

Keri Munn was unhittable Monday night. Again.

The senior right-hander tossed a no-hitter against visiting Warren County and the Central High School Lady Raiders ripped off 15 hits on their way to a 7-0 shutout win in Manchester.

In a game you heard live on Thunder Radio, Coffee County bust the game open with a 5-run fifth inning.

Justus Turner and Brianna Shelton each had three-hit nights. Shelton scored a pair of runs. Meanwhile, Turner’s 3-hit performance included a double off the top of the fence for a pair of RBIs. She also scored a run. Turner, Shelton and Munn were named Mid-Tenn Turf Players of the Game by Thunder Radio.

Olivia Evans also had an RBI – coming on a triple in the second inning. Kiya Ferrell also scored when she reached on an error in the first inning. She later picked up an RBI. Kaitlyn Davis also had a hit and an RBi for CHS.

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Munn finished the night with 7 strikeouts and 2 walks – she also hit a batter. She improves to 14-0 in the circle. The Lady Raiders improve to 18-2-1 overall with the win.

Coffee County will host Shelbyville at 7 p.m. Tuesday – a team Coffee County beat 13-0 back on March 22 in Shelbyville.

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