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Hornets beat the Red Ramblers

The Rossville baseball team traveled to Attica on Monday and returned to Clinton County with an 8-3 win over the Red Ramblers.

Leading 2-1 after three innings, the Hornets took advantage of a pair of Attica errors and a pair of walks to score four runs and take control of the game with a 6-1 lead.

Rossville outhit Attica, 10-2.

Leadoff hitter Kelton Saylor batted 1-4 with a double, an TBI and a run scored while Dawson Jacoby went 1-3 with two runs scored, Nolan Starkey went 1-3 with two RBIs, Ray Rodkey went 2-2 with a double and a run scored, Corbin Beard went 1-3 with a double and a run scored, Adam Terrell went 2-4 with a double, Mark Soiseth went 1-3 with a run scored, and Ben Rodkey and Reid Douglass each added an RBI.

Five pitchers contributed to the Hornets’ win with the bulk of the workload going to Starkey, who struck out three and walked two while allowing one hit and no runs in 2 2/3 innings.

The Hornets travel to Oxford on Friday for a 5 p.m. game versus the Benton Central Bison.

At Attica


Rossville 011 402 0 - 8 10 1

Attica 010 000 2 - 3 2 3

Girls’ Tennis

Hot Dogs sweep Twin Lakes

The Hot Dogs earned a 5-0 win over the Twin Lakes Indians on Monday at Frankfort.

Frankfort won in straight sets in No. 3 singles and both doubles matches but junior Emily Michael at No. 1 singles and senior Annie Giebel at No. 2 singles came back from first-set losses to beat their Twin Lakes counterparts and facilitate the sweep.

Frankfort’s reserves also earned a 5-0 win.

In the singles matches, Madison Toney beat Yuli Espino (8-1), Rebeca Perez beat Megan Achor (8-2), and Ashlyn Harshbarger beat Jenna Contreras (8-3). In reserve doubles, the Frankfort No. 1 team of Marilu Perez and Katherine Barrera defeated Lauren Hardebeck and Jerika Schroeder (8-1) while the No. 2 team of Maddie Swinford and Raelyn Mitchell defeated Montana Wolfe and Sheyla Covarrubias (8-2).

“Coach Kelli VanDuyne and I are pleased with both the varsity and reserve varsity squads going 5-0 tonight,” Frankfort head coach Scott Rohrabaugh said. “Everyone played well. The weather conditions weren’t the greatest, but we played through it. Kelli and I feel the team is dialing it in. I feel that, after a few more matches, the team will be firing on all cylinders. With the nasty weather, the Lady Hot Dogs stayed focused on the task at hand and came home with not only another victory, but a shutout at that. The team has every right to be proud of their effort – I am.”


At Frankfort



No. 1 Emily Michael (F) def. Kena Phimmasen 2-6, 6-2, 2-1 (ret.)

No. 2 Annie Giebel (F) def. Taylor Sanders 3-6, 6-3, 10-4

No. 3 Riley Isgrigg (F) def. Danielle D’Andrea 6-0, 6-0


No. 1 Abby Pierce/Jalynn Kidwell (F) def. Mallory Gardiner/Taylor Spear 6-0, 6-2

No. 2 Lucy Calvert/Rylee Seibert (F) def. Jonni Goodman/Erika Campbell 6-3, 6-2