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June 7, 2013

Shelby softball season summary

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Senior Abbie Watton, headed to pitch at Benedictine University in Springfield, hit .352, with a .515 on base percentage and a .477 slugging percentage. She also was hit a team-high five times. And walked 14 times.

Watton also went 6-4 as a pitcher, throwing 45 strikeouts in 54 innings with an ERA of 3.76.

Sophomore Kayla Brachbill hit .345, with an on base percentage of .412 and a .558 slugging percentage, tying the team-high in doubles (9). She had 12 extra-base hits, adding two triples and a home run. Brachbill struck out just once every 7.6 at bats.

Sophomore Jensen Cloe settled into the lead-off spot and also finished the season as the catcher after one left the team and two more suffered injuries. Cloe hit .333. She drew 15 walks and posted a .427 on base percentage and a .466 slugging percentage. She drove in 16 runs and scored 19. She had six doubles, a triple and a home run in the regional championship win.

Those top six batters lifted the Rams to a .332 team batting average, with a team on base percentage of .423 and a .527 slugging percentage. They accounted for all 18 home runs, 9 of 12 triples, and 42 of the 53 doubles.

Two more batters almost hit .300. Freshman Courtney Williams hit .298 with a .483 on base percentage. She walked a team-high 16 times. And had 14 hits, scoring 20 times.

Rachel Fox hit .295 and had a slugging percentage of .451. She drove in 17 runs and scored 15. She hit 10 extra-base hits, seven doubles and three triples.

The Shelbyville softball team was coached by Josh Maxwell will have team awards next week.

Ram hitting: Moll- *BA .556, *OB% .587, *SLG % .842, AB 83, *42 hits, *26-1B, *9-2B, *3-3B, 4 HRs, RBI 21, *runs 32, HBP 2, ROE 4, 14 BBs, 4 Ks, *K/AB 4/83 (1 per 20.75 AB); Boone- BA .380, OB% .441, SLG% .824, *AB 92, hits 35, 16-1Bs, 8-2Bs, 2-3Bs, *8 HRs, *RBI 33, runs 31, *HBP 5, *ROE 6, 2 BBs, 8 Ks, K/AB 8/92 (1 per 11.5 AB); Smith- BA .360, OB% .456, SLG% .600, AB 86, 31 hits, 21-1B, 6-2B, 1-3B, 3 HRs, RBI 23, runs 26, ROE 2, 11 BB, 25 Ks; Watton- BA .352, OB% .512, SLG% .477, AB 71, 25 hits, 20-1B, 2-2B, 1 HR, RBI 17, runs 2, *HBP 5, ROE 1, 14 BBs, 27 Ks; Brachbill- BA .345, OB% .412, SLG% .558, AB 84, 29 hits, 17-1B, *9-2Bs, 2-3B, 1 HR, RBI 10, runs 19, 2 HBP, 3 ROE, 6 BBs, 11 Ks, K/AB 11/84 (1 per 7.6 AB); Cloe- BA .333, OB% .427, SLG% .463, AB 87, 29 hits, 21-1B, 6-2B, 1-3B, 1 HR, RBI 16, runs 19, 1 HBP, 3 ROE, *15 BBs, 23 Ks; Williams- BA .298, OB% .483, SLG% .341, AB 47, 14 hits, 11-1Bs, 2-2Bs, RBI 6, runs 20, 3 ROE, 16 BB, 12 Ks; Fox- BA .295, OB% .322, SLG .451, AB 88, 26 hits, 16-1B, 7-2Bs, 3-3Bs, RBI 17, runs 15, 1 HBP, 3 ROE, 3 BBs, 17 Ks; Eigsti-BA .154, OB% .229, SLG% .161; AB 65, 10 hits, 8-1B, 8-2B, 1-3B, RBI 4, runs 10, 2 ROE, 7 BBs, 29 Ks; Martin- BA .556, OB% .556, SLG% .667, AB 9, 5 hits, 4-1Bs, 1-2B, RBI 2, runs 2.

Team stats: BA .332, OB% .423, SLG% .527, AB 745, 247 hits, 161-1B, 53-2B, 12-3B, 18-HRs, RBI 152, runs 191, 16 HBP, 30 ROE, 91 BBs, 170 Ks.

Pitching stats: Moll- (12-4), 1 save, ERA 0.99, 106 IP, 33 hits, 30 runs (15 ER), 212 Ks, 52 BBs, 5 HBP, 3.43 BB/7 IP, 14.0 K/7 IP; Watton- (6-4), ERA 3.76, 54 IP, 65 hits, 53 runs (29 ER), 45 Ks, 10 BBs, 7 HBP, 1.3 BB/7 IP, 5.83 K/7 IP; Boone- (0-0), ERA 10.50, 6.67 IP, 17 hits, 19 runs (01 ER), 5 Ks, 8 BBs, 2 HBP, 8.4 BB/7 IP, 5.25 K/7 IP

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