Makenzie Cotton’s two-run double keyed a five-run sixth inning for Carlisle in Wednesday’s 10-4 win against Springboro in high school softball.
Cotton went 2-for-4 and starter Ashton Henry (3-1) picked up the win and went 3-for-4 at the plate for Carlisle (5-2).
Springboro (6-1) suffered its first loss.
Chaminade Julienne 6, Roger Bacon 5: Nikki Northern doubled, tripled and drove in two runs and starter Caitlin Mathews (4-2) struck out six in the win for CJ (4-2).
Franklin 10, Eaton 0: Starter Chelsea Miller (7-0) struck out five in a perfect game through five innings in her second no-hitter for unbeaten Franklin (8-0).
Waynesville 6, Northridge 5: Abbey Search homered and Julia Trapp went 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for Waynesville (4-2).
Brookville 11, Bellbrook 6: Kaycie McCartey hit a go-ahead three-run home run with Brookville (4-3) trailing 6-5 in the sixth inning. Kylie Mullenix also homered for the Blue Devils.
Milton-Union 5, Dixie 4: Chloe Smith drove in two runs in the top of the seventh to give Milton-Union (5-5) the win.
Lebanon 9, Loveland 8: Christian Steele singled in Nick Cecil for the winning run as Lebanon (6-1) scored seven runs in the final two innings to rally for the win.
Alter 13, Fenwick 5: Kyle Schockman had four hits and four RBIs and Aric Albers had a double with three RBIs for Alter (1-4).
Tippecanoe 5, Indian Lake 0: Starter Steven Calhoun (3-0) struck out 14 and B.J. Donathan and Carter Langdon each homered for Tipp (8-1).
Madison 12, Preble Shawnee 1: Starter Brad Malott (2-0) got the win and Saige Micomonaco went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs for Madison (6-3).
Waynesville 10, Northridge 0: Starter Ty Black improved to 3-0, Connor Combs knocked in three runs and Troy Black plated two more for Waynesville (6-1).
Valley View 13, New Miami 3: Andrew Zellner tripled twice to help Valley View (1-4) get its first win.
Brookville 9, Bellbrook 8: Devon Pennington’s RBI squeeze bunt in the bottom of the seventh plated Cody Harsman for Brookville’s first win.
Stivers 11, Dunbar 1: Noah LaChance struck out 13 and was 4-for-4 at the plate for Stivers.