By Travis Volz
A week without a game did nothing to break up the rhythm for Nashville as the Hornettes hammered New Athens 10-0 Monday night at Hornette Field.
Ingram was almost untouchable, as the senior hurler gave up just one hit while striking out nine over five innings in the short-game win.
Nashville’s offense was hitting on all cylinders, as the Hornettes scored twice in the first inning before breaking the game open with seven runs in the second frame on the way to the win.
In the first inning, Jordi Harre and Mackenzie McFeron started the early rally with consecutive singles. Diedra Holzhauer hit a sacrifice fly to plate the first run, and Jordan Stiegman singled home the game’s second run two batters later.
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The Hornettes were only able to get one game in last week, but they made it count, beating New Athens 10-0 Monday night. Maci Ingram (above) shut down the Yellow Jackets’ bats while Emily Thompson (below) came through with a big hit to help break the game open.