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High School Softball
The Norborne Lady Pirates defeated Lone Jack 10 – 0 in five innings during the opening round of district play Thursday night.
Cheyenne Baxter had 10 strikeouts for the Lady Pirates.
Norborne will now play the DeKalb Tigers for the district championship Saturday at 1 p.m.
Donn Emis will have that game on 101.3 FM and 1430 AM KAOL.
In Class 1 District 12 semifinals play at Southwest Ludlow the Meadville Girls beat the Tina-Avalon Lady Dragons 7-6. Meadville will play Brunswick Saturday night at 7 for the championship.
In Class 1 District 7 play New Franklin beat Bunceton 15-4 and Harrisburg defeated Jamestown 14-0.
Lincoln was at Northwest and fell in two games, 12-25, 15-25.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Sam Bradford busted a lengthy slump with a 52-yard touchdown pass to rookie Chris Givens to help the St. Louis Rams put away the previously unbeaten Arizona Cardinals, 17-3 last night. Robert Quinn had three of the Rams’ nine sacks on Kevin Kolb to keep the Cardinals grounded at the Edward Jones Dome.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola injured his right shoulder on a diving attempt at a catch in the second quarter against Arizona last night. A TV camera caught Amendola flinging his helmet into a wall with his left hand while walking in a tunnel, likely en route to an X-ray machine. Rams safety Quinton Mikell also left Thursday night’s game with a head injury, but was able to walk off the field.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Braves never seem to lose when Kris Medlen is their starting pitcher. The Braves have won 23 consecutive games started by Medlen — a modern big league record. On Friday, he’ll go in the inaugural wild-card playoff against the defending World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals. The winner advances to face NL East champion Washington in the divisional round.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals have chosen not to renew the contract of hitting coach Kevin Seitzer after the team finished 72-90 for its ninth consecutive losing season. General manager Ned Yost and general manager Dayton Moore announced the decision shortly after meeting with Seitzer yesterday.