Lady Jr. Cyclones sweep Falcons

from staff reports

   With tremendous offensive production, the T.A. Dugger Lady Junior Cyclones blew away Church Hill on Thursday night, by 7-0, and 14-1 tallies.
   TAD remained unbeaten at 11-0 (10-0 conference) as Mary Edgar improved her record to 7-0 on the season with Brittney Smith improving to 4-0 with a win in the nightcap.
   The bats were the story on this day as the Lady Cyclones ripped a total of 21 hits against the Falcons, but coach Harry Farthing said, "We have been doing that to teams all year. We have had just great pitching all year, and we have outscored our opponents by something like 119-12."
   The pitching was stellar once again as Edgar tossed a no-hitter that was saved by a diving stop in the outfield by Janie Robinson, and Smith surrendered just one hit in the nightcap.
   "Our outfield has been making all the plays," said Farthing. "They have been tremendous. Kendall Blackston has been just a rock behind the plate. We have made just one error in the last nine games and though we had one in the second game, it didn't hurt us."
   Big days at the dish were turned in by Smith who was two-for-three in the opener, with a triple thrown in the mix and Edgar was also two-for-three with two RBI.
   Blackston chipped in with one-for-two and an RBI in the opener.
   The nightcap saw everyone get involved as Tia Nave and Robinson both scored two runs and Chelsea Fagan ripped an RBI double.