HHS?rolls to sweep of Kingman

Allison Weber fires to the plate during the first game of Thursday?s doubleheader with Kingman. Weber allowed only one hit and struck out seven of the 13 batters she faced in the 15-0 run-rule victory.Hillsboro pitchers Allison Weber and Julie Sinclair gave up only one earned run between them as the Hills?boro softball team rolled to a 15-0, 10-2 sweep of Kingman Thursday at the Sports Com?plex.

The two wins improved Hillsboro?s season and league record to 8-0. Six of the wins have been run rule.

Game 1 was decided early as the Trojans scored five runs in the first inning and seven more in the second.

For the game, Danae Bina delivered three hits in three official at-bats, driving in three runs and scoring three times. As a team, the Trojans recorded 13 hits in the four-inning contest.

That was more than enough offense for Weber (4-0), who struck out six of the 13 batters she faced and didn?t allow a hit until there were two outs in the final inning.

Hillsboro was in control throughout Game 2, but couldn?t quite nail down a second run-rule victory.

Weber and pitcher Julie Sinclair each contributed three hits to the Trojans? 15-hit attack. Bradli Nowak and Emily Jost each added two.

On the mound, Sinclair (4-0) struck out 10 Eagles while scattering six hits.

Smoky Valley?Hillsboro posted two run-rule victories last Tuesday against the Vikings, 12-1 and 17-4.

The Trojans took command early in Game 1 by parlaying six base hits and three Viking errors into a 7-1 lead after two innings. Bradli Nowak?s two-run double was the big hit in a four-run second inning.

Nowak struck again in the fourth, belting a two-run home run to left field?her second homer in as many games.

Danae Bina contributed three hits to Hillsboro?s 10-hit total and scored four runs.

Pitcher Julie Sinclair went the distance, surrendering only two hits over five innings to bump her record to 3-0. She struck out five batters and walked one.

In Game 2, the Trojans picked up seven runs in their first at-bat, aided by three Viking errors. Four-run bursts in the fourth and sixth innings pushed the game into run-rule territory.

Pitcher Allison Weber (3-0) gave up two runs in both the second and fifth innings, but was in command from start to finish. She posted nine strikeouts while limiting the home team to four hits.

Weber joined Madison Klein, Sinclair and Emily Jost as three-hit batters for the Trojans, who rolled up 18 hits in all.

Coming?The Trojans return to action Friday when they host Canton-Galva for a non-league doubleheader at the Sports Com?plex.

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