PAOLA–Charley Stanchfield pitched a perfect game, leading Browning Development to a victory against Osawatomie.

The Browning Development 10-year-old-and-under softball team used a pair of five-run innings to defeat Osawatomie.

Browning Development took a 2-0 lead in the first inning and added five runs in the second and five runs in the third inning for a 12-0 shutout on June 24. Browning Development scored 12 runs on 14 hits in the shutout victory.

Stanchfield struck out all six batters she faced in the game. She did not allow a single base hit or a walk.

Stanchfield helped herself out at the plate. She had a base hit, drove home one run and scored two runs.

Shaelynn Smail went 3-for-3. She drove in five runs and had one run scored.

Bryn Sanders was 3-for-3 with a double. She drove in one run.

Abrea Sullivan had two base hits, drove home one run and scored two runs.

Deuces were wild for Emersyn Browning. She had two base hits, drove home two runs and scored two runs.

Eliza Prothe had a base hit, scored and drove in one run. Maryn Johnson had a base hit, drove in one run and scored.

Cecelia Wilson singled, drove in one run and scored twice. Bella Allen scored one run.

Johnson, Smail, Sullivan and Stanchfield each stole three bases.

Wilson and Prothe each had two stolen bases. Allen, Browning and Sanders each had one stolen base.

Browning Development lost a 5-0 game against Greeley on June 26.

Sullivan had the lone base hit of the game for Browning Development.

Sullivan stole two bases. Sanders swiped two bases.

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