Monday’s girls prep sports results

SHEBOYGAN FALLS – Sommer Stoney had five hits to lead Plymouth to the victory. The Panthers scored eight runs in the third inning to take a 12-3 lead in posting their fourth consecutive victory.

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Stoney tied the school record for the second time in a week with five hits in a game. She is hitting .549 for the season (28-for-51).

Izzy Arbuckle, Jess Leider, Kennedy Arbuckle and Gracie Kasuboski each added two hits, with Kasuboski driving in three runs.

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BRILLION – Courtney Hackbarth struck out 11 batters while allowing five hits in six innings to lead the Lions to the win.

Carmen Yost had three hits and Paige Kraus drove in two runs for the Lions, who improved to 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the conference.

WP: Courtney Hackbarth (6 IP, 5 H, 3 BB, 11 K). Leading hitters: Cailey Nies B 2×4; Paige Kraus B 2×3, 3B, 2 RBI; Marissa Heraly B 2×4, 2B; Carmen Yost B 3×4; Ariel Heraly B 2B.

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Column: Girls Rule! NHRA celebrating strong female racers

CHARLOTTE, N.C.  — Leah Pritchett and Courtney Force left the NHRA Southern Nationals in Atlanta with winner trophies and far less attention than Danica Patrick received for simply turning laps at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

It’s May, the month of “Danica Mania,” and the buildup to her retirement after her final Indianapolis 500. She will be feted for her contributions to motorsports and as the only woman to lead laps in both the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500. The driver little girls have adored for almost two decades.

Jumping ahead.

Force and Pritchett shared the winners’ stage Sunday and became the second pair of women to sweep the nitro classes in NHRA history. Pritchett and Alexis DeJoria did it last year.

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Round Table: Booker and Cortez honored at the final luncheon of the sports season

Righetti High track star Rayann Booker and Lompoc senior baseball standout Ruben Cortez were named the Athletes of the Week at Monday’s Northern Santa Barbara County Athletic Round Table.’

Lompoc’s starting pitcher Ruben Cortez delivers against Templeton in a Los Padres League game on April 17. Cortez threw a no-hitter last week against Nipomo and was named Male Athlete of the Week on Monday at the Round Table.

Righetti High freshman Rayann Booker beats her twin sister Reann to the finish line to win the girls 100-meter dash during Thursday’s PAC 8 League Track & Field Finals at Atascadero High School. Rayann Booker set the meet record with a run of 12.12 seconds. Reann finished in 12.36 seconds. Rayann Booker also won the 200 in 25.26 and was part of Righetti’s championship 4×100 relay team.

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