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SH Lions Offensive Power Shows in Shutout of Tigers

Scotts Hill High School Lions Baseball
Photo by: Dan Eason / The Lexington Progress

Article by Blake Franklin-

In wanting to be tabbed as the top high school baseball team in Henderson County, the Scotts Hill High School Lions baseball team was up for the task last Friday, April 1, 2022. The Lions made their way into Lexington and went up against the Lexington High School Tigers baseball team at the Henderson County Sportsplex. With big time offensive play and spectacular pitching results, it would be the Scotts Hill Lions taking the win in shutout fashion. Scotts Hill beat Lexington on the day by a score of 12-0.

Ripken Clenny led the Lions at the plate by going 3 for 4, with a single, two doubles and also collected four RBIs. Joe Romines went 2 for 3, reaching on two doubles and collected two RBIs. Chance Rogers, Bryce Allard, and Colton Bailey each went 1 for 2 in the game. All three players reached base safely on singles, with Rogers and Allard each recording an RBI apiece. Myles Maness and Eli Patterson both finished 1 for 3 in the game. Each player recorded a single and Maness also collect one RBI.

On the base paths, Chance Rogers stole two bases and then Joe Romines added another stolen base for the Lions.

Taking the mound to start for Scotts Hill was Bryce Allard. He went two innings, allowing a hit and struck out two. Cy Maness then came in and pitched three innings of play. Maness allowed three hits and struck out…

For the complete article, see the April 6th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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