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Hollis no-hits White County
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Erin Hollis has a long softball career in her future, but she may have made her career highlight Monday night.Hollis pitched a no-hitter against White County as the Warren County Middle School Lady Pioneers won 9-0 on the road against the Warriorettes. Hollis pitched five innings, allowing only two runners to reach base as she won for the second time in less than a week to help the Lady Pioneers improve to 6-2 this season.While Hollis dominated on the mound, striking out four batters along the way, Warren County supported its star pitcher with a big third inning.The Lady Pioneers scored six runs in the third, getting timely base hitting from Livia Walker to get the offense going.Warren County loaded the bases to start the inning, then scored its first run when Ty Ramirez was hit with a pitch.Livia stepped up with the bases still juiced and roped a single into center field. Bailey Walker and Lindsey Cox came around to score, giving the Lady Pioneers a 3-0 lead.Defensive miscues by White County gave Warren County three more runs as Emily Webb scored two Lady Pioneers when she reached on an error and Warren County got its sixth run on a passed ball.Livia was once again the catalyst of the offense in the fourth inning as the Lady Pioneers scored their final three runs.