The Paper photo by Lori Poteet 
Elyssa Bentley had one of the Athenians’ four hits.
The Paper photo by Lori Poteet
Elyssa Bentley had one of the Athenians’ four hits.

DOVER – The Athenians were outshined by the Western Boone softball team 11-1 in the final game of the week’s series. The Stars put up 10 hits verse Crawfordsville’s four to help fill the bases for their 11 runs.

Olivia Hole (WP) gave up four hits in four innings while earning two strikeouts for the Stars. Heather Clark came in relief to shutout the Athenians bats in the last two innings and also accumulating three strikeouts.

Olivia Barnett (LP) pitched all seven innings for Crawfordsville, giving up 10 hits, four walks and striking out three.

She also got one of the Athenians hits, accompanied by Krystyn Flynn, Elyssa Bentley and Addie Laskowski. Flynns’ double in the third inning put her in scoring position for Mia Stadlers’ right-field shot credited for a field error but scoring the run.

Western Boone started scoring early with two runs in the first, adding on every inning except for the fifth. The Stars were led by Alayna Raby and Shelby Medley who each had 2 hits and 3 RBIs. Their 10 hits were accompanied by nine RBIs.

The Stars move to 4-5, 2-2 SAC and play North Montgomery in a double header today. The Athenians (0-9, 0-4 SAC) will come right back and play Frankfort at Frankfort today in an 11 a.m. game.