Tiger softball shuts out Chargers and Mules over spring break

A complete game, no-hit effort from pitcher Logan Hulon paved the way for the  Dripping Springs Tigers to shut out the Boerne Champion Chargers 7-0 March 13.

Two days later, the Tigers followed with a 10-0 run-rule March 15 win in six innings over the Alamo Heights Mules.

The two Spring Break victories allowed Dripping Springs (16-6, 4-1) to take possession of second place in the district standings as the midpoint of the district slate nears.

Dripping Springs began its Spring Break with a lopsided win over Champion. Tiger bats picked apart Champion freshman pitcher Blake Holtorf, who went six innings and conceded 12 hits and seven earned runs.

Tiger junior Ryann Campbell provided the offense by going 2 for 3 in the contest and finishing with five total RBIs, which included a double and a home run. Dripping Springs junior Camille Corona went 3 for 4 at the plate and scored two runs, while senior Danielle Northrup and Izzy Bermudez went 2 for 3.

Hulon struck out 14 Charger batters over the course of seven innings and was four walks away from a perfect game.

Hulon returned on March 15 and struck out 14 more batters in the team’s shutout win over Alamo Heights.

Over the course of her six innings, Hulon gave up three hits and three walks with only one wild pitch.

Campbell went 3 for 4 in the Heights game and added three more RBIs to her total. Corona went 2 for 4 in the game and had a trio of RBIs.

Dripping Springs will hit the road for a ame against Marble Falls on March 23, followed by a road game at Kerrville Tivy March 27.

The Tigers host Seguin March 29 at 7 p.m.

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