Booneville sophomore Dalton Herrera threw a one-hit in a five inning, 11-0 win over Paris last Friday at Booneville
Paris stranded a runner aboard via a base hit in the first and had another erased on a double play in the second. The Eagles did not have another base runner until an error and a base on balls in the fifth. By then it was 11-0.
The Bearcats scored three times in the first. Cody Harrel led off with a walk, and, while Herrera was at the plate, he stole second and third and came home when the throw to third sailed into left field. Herrera would single, steal second, move to third on a fly ball by Brandon Wolski and scored on a sacrifice fly by James Ray.
Cody Simpson singled and later scored on an error to make it 3-0.
Wolski, Ray and Michael Drawbaugh all singled to start the third and after Simpson hit into a force play, Trevor Jones was hit by a pitch to score a run and a second would score on a passed ball to make it 5-0.
Six fourth inning runs put the game away. Harrel doubled for the second time to start the inning, Herrera singled and Wolski doubled home a run before Ray walked and, following a pitching change, Drawbaugh was hit by a pitch to score a run and Simpson walked to score another.
Another walk and an error pushed the lead to double digits.