Maegan Stone can say that Wednesday’s outing was certainly one of her better efforts. The El Paso-Gridley senior fired a no-hitter to lead the Titans to an 11-0 victory over Blue Ridge in Heart of Illinois Conference softball at South Pointe Park.
    Stone was hitting Morgan Ryder’s glove with pin-point control as the her strikeout-to-walk ratio ended at 6-0.
    Run support was not an issue as EPG plated two runs in the first inning and three in the second for a 5-0 lead. That was more than plenty as Stone was rock solid in the circle.
    It was Stone who scored that first run for the Titans. She singled with one out and courtesy runner Hannah Cobbley scored later in the inning.
    EPG scored six runs in the third inning Stone was in the middle of it with a run batted in.
    Sam Seggerman led the EPG (6-9, 2-4) offense with a triple, double and three RBIs. Stone had two hits and drove in a run while Cheyenne Carr drove in two runs with a double and single. Ali Faulk also stroked two safeties and scored twice. Sydney hall also had a two-base hit and Allie Paternoga had a hit and RBI.
Lexington 10, Dee-Mack 2
    LEXINGTON — Riley Michal had two hits, drove in two runs and tossed a four-hitter as Lexington defeated Dee-Mack 10-2 in HOIC play at Keller Park Wednesday.
    Michal got the Minutemen on the board in the second inning and LHS did not trail the rest of the way. Michal walked with one out to set up the initial tally. Haliegh Beck came on as the courtesy runner and, after taking second on a wild pitch, scored on kaitlyn Little’s base hit.
    Although the Chiefs tied it in the top of the third inning, the Minutemen answered in kind in the bottom of the frame. Emma White singled, stole second, took third and scored on Sydney Kunkel’s sacrifice fly. LHS led the rest of the way.
    Carlee Lype tripled with one out in the fourth inning and scored on a passed ball.
    Dee-Mack scored in the top of the fifth but the Minutemen scored twice in the fifth as Michal singled home Kunkel. Beck scored the other runs in the inning.
    LHS capped the scoring with five runs in the sixth frame to put the game away.
    Michal scattered four hits and walked three while striking out one in going the distance.
    Her two hits and two RBIs on offense were augmented by her teammates. Kunkel had a double and drove in three runs while Lype tripled. Little had a single and two RBIs with White, Raelyn Payne, Kaitlyn Tammen and Skyler Friedmansky each recording a hit. Tammen also drove in a run, as did Lauren Sommer.
LeRoy 8, WFC 4
    LEROY — Woodland-Flanagan-Cornell tied it up late, but LeRoy had an answer in taking an 8-4 decision over the Warriors in a nonconference tilt.
    The Panthers led 3-0 when WFC plated three runs in the top of the fifth inning. The Warriors put together four consecutive base hits, including a run-scoring double from Shea Moritz.
    LeRoy pushed across three runs in its turn in the fifth and added two more in the sixth.
    Elise Kane had a pair of doubles, a single and scored two times while Moritz had a double, single and one run batted in. Helena Porter had a hit and two RBIs, Rachael Quaritsch had a hit and drove in a run and Kylie Kindermann singled.
    Emily Friese took the loss after yielding six runs on 11 hits and striking out three in five innings. August Gillman allowed two runs and two hits.
Grant Park 18, Tri-Point 0
    KEMPTON — Anica Bruner was hit hard as Grant Park got to the Tri-Point hurler early and often in an 18-0 River Valley Conference win.
    Abby Kerrins and Samantha Bielawski each singled for the Chargers.