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TELL CITY - Four players had multiple hits for Hair Razors as they beat Sports Acceleration 10-2 Thursday to raise their record to 7-0 in Tell City's age-13-16 girls softball league.
That gave Hair Razors a two-game lead in league standings over second-place Sports Acceleration and Swiss Plywood, which are each 5-2.
Lindsey Wade hit a double and two singles in Hair Ra-zors' win.
Jaci Garrett added two doubles and Cortni Strobel and Payton Reed each had two singles.
Kyli Smithson, Mariah Nix and Haylee Page each had two singles for Sports Ac-celeration.
Hair Razors used a 22-hit attack to beat Huber, Goffinet & Hagedorn Law Office 19-4 Wednesday.
Reed had four hits to lead Hair Razors.
Wade and Allicyn Garrett each added two singles and a double, Strobel and Mc-Kenzie Hayes each hit a single and a double, Jaci Garrett had a double, and Charissa Lahee had two singles.
Sports Acceleration defeated Coca-Cola 19-2 Wednes-day as Page had three hits.
Megan Lawalin added two hits and Shanquilla Keller blasted a triple.
Coca-Cola had singles by four different batters.
Swiss Plywood beat Edward Jones Investments 19-0 Thursday as Josalyn Ress pitched a one-hitter.
Ress struck out eight and walked none in the three-inning game.
Swiss Plywood jumped to an 11-0 first-inning lead on four hits, four walks and five errors.
Rachel Woznicki, Stephanie Posey and Amber Fentress each had two of Swiss Ply-wood's eight hits for the game.
Posey and Fentress each drove in four runs.
Jamie Brinksneader beat out an infield single in the first inning for Edward Jones' only hit.
R&A Sports won games Wednesday and Thursday to raise its record to 4-3, just one game behind second place.
Courtney Cain hit a triple and a double and Morgan Rainey added two singles as R&A beat Edward Jones 18-6 Wednesday.
Sarah Powers hit a double to lead Edward Jones.
R&A had only four hits Thursday but took advantage of three hit batsmen and several walks, errors and passed balls to beat Coca-Cola 15-12.
Rainey pitched the first four innings for R&A, walking only one and giving up four runs.
Kristi Brumfield and Bethany Alvey each hit a double for Coke.