Centennial making most of 1 hit

April 11, 1995|By Rich Scherr

In a game suspended by rain yesterday in the top of the fourth inning, No. 4 Centennial managed just one single against No. 10 Atholton.

So far, however, it has proven to be more than enough.

Taking advantage of Atholton's three errors and starter Kim Ruprecht's four wild pitches, the host Eagles jumped out to a 6-0 lead in a game that will continue today at 3:45 p.m..

Centennial (8-1) scored one in the first, three in the second and two in the third against Ruprecht, who

seemed shaken after receiving an umpire's warning about lifting her plant foot from the rubber after her first pitch of the game.

Centennial starter Kim May, meanwhile, looked sharp, allowing no hits and three base runners through the first 3 1/3 innings.

Atholton (7-1) will have a runner at first and one out when play resumes.

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