Softball: Eagles follow playoff no-hitter with narrow road setback

by | May 15, 2024 | Cape Fear Christian Academy

Glenna McLamb pitched a no-hitter in the second round.
(Dunn Area Sports Photo/Barbara Myatt)

Cape Fear Christian Academy’s varsity softball team defeated visiting Ridgecroft, 15-0, in three innings in the second round of the NCISAA Division 3 playoffs on Thursday as Glenne McLamb pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and Larah Tripp hit a home run.

The Eagles advanced to a third round contest at Lawrence, which took a 2-1 win over CFCA (7-10) on Saturday.

Avery Lassiter had four RBIs against the Rams (7-10) for the Eagles on Thursday. Hailey Wangelin had two hits and drive in three runs. Megan Harrold had three hits and scored a run. Kristina Kennedy had two hits and scored three runs.

McLamb and Tripp each had two hits.

The Eagles outhit the Warriors, 7-2, in the third round. Lawrence (16-9) lost to Wayne Christian, 9-0, in the state semifinals.

Larah Tripp hit a home run against visiting Ridgecroft.
(Dunn Area Sports Photo/Barbara Myatt)

Megan Harrold connects in the playoffs against Ridgecroft.
(Dunn Area Sports Photo/Barbara Myatt)

The CFCA varsitty softball team is pictured above. Kneeling from left are Kristina Kennedy, Megan Harrold, Sailor Phillips, Finley Phillips and Hailey Dupree. Standing from left are Coach Greg Kennedy, Caylee Braswell, Avery Lassiter, Hailey Wangelin, Larah Tripp. Glenna McLamb and assistant coach Tommy McLamb.
(Dunn Area Sports Photo/Barbara Myatt)


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