Wednesday, March 31, 1999
N.KY. HIGH SCHOOL REPORT
Highlands' Class tosses no-hitter
Highlands senior right-hander Dustin Class threw his first career no-hitter, striking out 15 of the 18 batters he faced as the Bluebirds beat Dayton 12-0 a six-inning game shortened by the 10-run rule.
Only two Dayton batters reached base, both on walks.
Class also provided some of the offense, going 2-for-4 with a home run, double and two RBI.
›Holy Cross 10, Margarita (Ohio) 0 Rob Feldman pitched a one-hitter and Josh Beiting drove in a career-best five RBI. The Indians scored seven runs in the first two innings to take command.
Bishop Brossart 17, Lloyd 9 Jeff Schwegmann drove in five runs and Justin Seiter four, triggering a 17-run, 17-hit outburst by the Mustangs.
Heritage 2, Walton-Verona 1 A two-run home run by Travis Setter in the bottom of the seventh, coupled with the four-hit pitching of Bert Capel, gave Heritage its fourth consecutive victory.
Ryle 3, Covington Catholic 2 A two-out single by Travis Alig in the bottom of the eighth scored Nick Matracia and Jamie Brown with the tying and winning runs.
Newport 13, Dayton 8 Sophomore catcher Dustin Murray broke an 8-8 tie with a three-run homer in the sixth inning for the Wildcats.
La Salle 9, Newport Central Catholic 8 La Salle scored seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings off the Thoroughbreds' troubled bullpen.
Newport CC also lost to La Salle on Monday, with the Lancers rallying in the late innings for the victory.
Simon Kenton 16, Bishop Brossart 0 Jessica Dougherty pitched a no-hitter, striking out 11 for the Pioneers.
Highlands 17, Lloyd 15 A three-RBI single by with no outs in the eighth scored what proved to be the winning runs for the undefeated Bluebirds.
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