MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs went 1-1 in bonus games Saturday, falling to the Southern Boone Eagles 9-0 before finishing the tripleheader with a 2-0 win against the Montgomery County Wildcats.
Ryan Lepper pitched a three-hit shutout against Montgomery County, walking four and striking out five for the win.
Evan Abercrombie held South Callaway to one hit, but the Bulldogs still scored runs in the fourth and sixth innings.
In the fourth, Lepper was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning and scored on an error to make the score 1-0.
The Bulldogs doubled their lead in the sixth. Trace Helsel drew a leadoff walk and scored the team's other run.
Jacob Martin followed Helsel's walk with South Callaway's only hit, a single to left field.
Montgomery County (3-4) put runners on base in every inning but the third. Lepper was able to strand six runners and another four made outs on the basepaths.
South Callaway had four hits in the opener against Southern Boone, but the Bulldogs stranded nine runners on base.
Lepper broke up the no-hitter with a one-out single in the top of the fourth inning, then Dane Daugherty added another single two batters later.
Jacob Martin singled in the fifth and Daugherty hit his second single of the game in the sixth for South Callaway's other hits.
Nik Post hit a two-run home run to left field in the bottom of the first for Southern Boone. The Eagles added two more runs in the second to build a 4-0 lead, then plated five runs in the fifth inning to put the game out of reach.
Owen Rees pitched a complete game in a losing effort for South Callaway. In six innings, Rees allowed nine runs on nine hits with three walks and six strikeouts.
Southern Boone (9-1) won the second game of the tripleheader, beating Montgomery County 11-0 in five innings. Chase Schupp and Carter Karotka combined for nine strikeouts and allowed just two hits, while Grant Hoehne drove in six runs for the Eagles.
South Callaway (4-8) plays at 5 p.m. today at Tuscumbia, looking to improve to 2-0 in Show-Me Conference action.