Lady Cubs’ Boring throws no-hitter

Register Sports Editor

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Lenzie Boring, Humboldt High senior, had a no-hitter to open the 2009 season for the Lady Cubs Tuesday. The Lady Cubs swept a home doubleheader against Neodesha.

HUMBOLDT — Lenzie Boring never allowed visiting Neodesha High’s Bluestreaks to get in ether game of Tuesday’s doubleheader.
In the opener, Boring threw a no-hit, shutout with only one walk. The Bluestreaks did connect for three hits, draw one walk and scored one run against the senior pitcher in the second game, but Humboldt High’s Lady Cubs still won both.
The Lady Cubs opened the 2009 softball season at home Tuesday with a 10-0 win in five innings and a 9-1 win in seven.
Boring recorded 12 strikeouts in the opener. The Lady Cub defense handled things in the field in both games. Boring rang up 15 strikeouts in the second game.
“I was very pleased how we played as a team in our first two games,” said Brad Piley, Lady Cub head coach. “Lenzie pitched two great games.”
Humboldt scored four runs in the first inning to set the tone in the opener. Piley said Humboldt had seven girls with a hit in the first game.
The Lady Cubs added a run in the second, two in the third and three more in the fourth inning.
Megan Dillow connected for three singles and had five stolen bases in the game. Callie Umholtz and Kylee Carson each hit a double and a single.
Kelci Owens and Bailey Meyers each had two singles. Boring doubled and Hannah McCall singled.
Humboldt led 5-0 after three innings in the second game. Neodesha produced a run in the fourth. The Lady Cubs plated four runs in the sixth.
“We had a lot of hits but right at their defense,” Piley said of the second game.
Dillow had a home run and a single for the Lady Cubs. Boring hit two doubles and Melissa Davidson doubled. Umholtz and Bailey Myers each had a single.
Humboldt is 2-0 overall and in Tri-Valley League play. The Lady Cubs host Erie Thursday.

HUMBOLDT’S baseball team was also scheduled to play at home Tuesday against Neodesha. No information on those games was made available to the Register by press time.