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SOFTBALL: Lady Raiders thump Columbia in 15-0 blowout

Lady Raider short stop Jada Bowen fires the ball across the infield for an out Tuesday night in a 15-0 win over Columbia. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

Senior pitcher Keri Munn allowed just two hits over four shutout innings and the Lady Raider offense went off, including a grand slam from Kaitlyn Davis in a 15-0 blowout win over visiting Columbia Tuesday night.

CHS scored in every inning to enact the mercy rule in the bottom of the fourth. The Lady Raiders pushed a run across in the first, six in the second, five in the 3rd and three in the fourth. The win improves CHS to 2-0 on the year, 1-0 in District 8-AAA play.

The biggest frame of the night was the second inning when CHS plated 6 runs – all coming with two outs. Davis capped the inning with a two-out grand-slam over the centerfield fence to put CHS up 7-0.

Munn and Jada Bowen each had multiple hits for CHS. Munn drove home a run and also walked. She had a double to go along with a double from Olivia Evans. Justus Turner, Chesnie Cox, Emily Schuster and Haidyn Campbell all had an RBI apiece for CHS.

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Munn picked up the win in the circle to move to 2-0 on the season. She worked four innings and struck out seven Lady Lions. She allowed two hits and walked two.

The Lady Raiders are scheduled to play at Brentwood at 5 p.m. Wednesday, weather permitting.

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