ELCA stays perfect in Region 7-A competition

From Staff Reports


The Eagle's Landing Lady Chargers, ranked first in the gasports.com Class A coaches' poll, knocked off Wesleyan 8-0 in Thursday's action.

Senior Hope Rush pitched a no-hitter and struckout 13 en route to her team's 8-0 victory in 7-A action.

Rush also helped herself at the plate, finishing the day 2-for-3.

Kayla Cooper was 2-for-4 with two runs scored. Julia Elchols was 2-for-3 with a run scored. Kacie Patterson was also 2-3 with a run scored Symone Ball was 2-for-3 with a run scored and Jordan Tomasello and Denver Burton each scored a run.

Ola 18, Forest Park 0:

For the third-straight time, the Ola High School softball team pitched a shutout.

Thursday, the Forest Park Lady Panthers were the victims as Ola rolled to an 18-0 victory.

The Lady Mustangs have now outscored their last three opponents 52-0. With the victory, Ola improved its record to 9-6-1 overall and 4-0 in Region 4-AAAA play.

Samantha Maycock led the team with six RBIs. Savannah Cook and Taylor Anderson each had two RBIs and Madison Case, Felicia Sheltion, Jordan Miller and Chelsea Meyers each had an RBI.

Freshmen pitchers Emiuly Brown and Amanda Winters combined for the no-hkitter.

The pitching duo struckout eight of the nine batters they faced in the three innings. contest.

Ola gets ready to play next week in the Brookwood Invitational, starting Wednesday.

Mundy's Mill 21, Creekside O:

The Mundy's Mill Lady Tigers softball team knocked off Creekside 21-0 in Region 4-AAAAA action on Thursday. Mundy's Mill improved to 5-3 overall and 2-1 in league play. The Lady Tigers meet Lovejoy next Tuesday.

Luella 9, Newton 0:

The Luella Lady Lions (15-5-1), ranked 10th in this week's gasports.com coaches' poll, have outscored their opponents 23-0 the last two days.

Luella beat Newton 9-0 on Wednesday and Stephenson 14-0 Thursday. Quittney Mays was 2-for-4 against Newton and 2-3 against Stephenson. Jessica Clifton had the powerful bat against Newton, driving in seven runs.

Tori St. Clair belted a homer against Newton and Andrea Sullivan pitched the team to victory in both games.


The Jonesboro Volleyball team increased its record to 17-7 with a 25-7, 25-8 victory against Banneker, and a 25-6, 25-6 win against Creekside.