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FISHER — Less than an hour after the Fisher baseball team defeated the Tremont Turks with a run in the eighth inning, the Fisher softball team did the same with a 12-11 walk-off win against Tremont.
FISHER — For the second time this season, the Fisher baseball team won in walk-off fashion against a conference opponent.
After defeating Fieldcrest 6-5 on a game-winning hit by Conrad Thomas April 15, the Bunnies did it against with a 1-0 extra-inning win against Tremont Friday.
POTOMAC/JAMAICA — In the continuation of a game that was suspended because of weather April 21 at Potomac Grade School, the Armstrong-Potomac and Salt Fork baseball teams finished the game at Salt Fork Friday.
RANTOUL — The ball could not have been fair by more than 18 inches, but Bobby Barnard’s two-run bloop double in the top of the seventh inning proved to be the difference in the 3-2 win against the Rantoul Eagles Thursday at Wabash Park.
MONTICELLO — The Rantoul softball team looked to pick up its second straight road conference win in its game against Monticello Thursday, but the Sages proved to be too much for the Eagles in the 12-2 final.
The Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 lead with runs in the top of the first and third innings. The Sages, however, plated three in the bottom of the frame to go ahead by a run.
TUSCOLA — The long ball was working for the Fisher baseball team in Thursday’s 10-7 road win against the Tuscola Warriors.
CHAMPAIGN — A two-run first inning and a two-run seventh inning were enough for the Rantoul softball team to pull out a 5-2 win on the road against Okaw Valley Conference rival St. Thomas More last Tuesday.
Schwing, Fisher 61 34 37 17 .607
Ho. Hambleton, A-P 30 17 16 5 .533
RANTOUL — The Rantoul and Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley baseball teams played a tight 1-1 game through five innings of last Wednesday’s varsity matchup at Wabash Park.
The Falcons, however, sent 10 hitters to the plate and scored five times in the top of the sixth inning to win 6-1.
FISHER — The Fisher softball team used the power of the home run to grab a 10-2 win against the visiting LeRoy Panthers last Wednesday.
Toree Stalter crushed two home runs, and leadoff hitter Emilee Schwing hit her second grand slam of the year. Brittany Enos and Kylie Terven also went deep for the Bunnies.