Hillary Carpenter tossed a no-hitter and two one-hitters as Hatton won its own tournament Saturday, winning three games during the weekend.
On Saturday night, Carpenter, a UNA signee, struck out five batters in a 2-1 win over Deshler in the championship game.
Lexi Parker and Victoria Crumpton each had a pair of hits for the Hornets (3-0). Others collecting hits for Hatton were Hannah Harper, Danya Snead, Carey Grace Peebles and Carpenter.
Earlier in the day, Hatton blanked Deshler 6-0 behind Carpenter’s no-hit performance.
Harper cracked a three-run homer, and Jami Hunter had a two-run homer and single.
Peebles had a double and single and Snead doubled. Parker also singled.
In the tournament opener Friday night, Hatton nipped Wilson 2-1. Carpenter struck out 10 to get the win.
Parker and Harper each singled for Hatton.
East Limestone split two baseball games Saturday, defeating Fort Payne 9-7 and falling to Grissom 10-0.
In the Fort Payne game, Mark Boersma led the way for the Indians with a two-run single in the first inning.
Cameron Ashmore and Hunter Waites also singled for East Limestone, which received a dozen walks.
Ashmore and Waites also had RBIs.
Bobby Foster pitched six innings for the win.
In the loss to Grissom, Cal Sandlin got the lone hit of the game for East Limestone (6-1).
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