Sophomore Kyleigh Camp drove a two-RBI double through the middle and into the outfield to break up a scoreless game Wednesday night against Franklin County. Camp’s twp RBIs proved to be just enough for the Raiderettes as they held on to top visiting Franklin County 3-0 on Senior Night.
Camp helped her older sister Kelsey Camp, along with teammate Sarah Raby — the only two MCHS seniors — close out their prep careers on a good note at home. Both Moore County seniors were honored before the game.
The Raiderettes (21-13) now turn their focus to the District 9-A tournament, which is set to begin Saturday at Huntland.
Moore County, which finished 13-1 in district play, enters as the top seed and will play at 11 a.m. on Saturday.
On Wednesday, Camp brought home the go-ahead runs in the sixth inning. Junior Sierra Bateman started the rally with a single in the sixth. She then went from first to second on a single by Raby.
Kyleigh Camp scored on a single by Kate Bowles to put the Raiderettes ahead 3-0.
After a walk and a single in the top of the seventh inning gave Franklin County hope, MCHS pitcher Kasey Harvey got a strike out and a fly out to end the game. Harvey went the distance for Moore County, pitching a shutout while fanning nine Rebelettes. The walk in the seventh inning was the lone free pass.
Moore County finished with eight hits, led by Kyleigh Camp’s two.
The win avenged a 7-2 loss to Franklin County way back on March 14.
—By ROBERT HOLMAN, MCN Editor (Robert Holman may be reached at email@example.com)