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|Shively shines for Monterey|
It's been the Beau Shively Show at Monterey the past week as the Monterey senior has picked up two wins, including a no-hitter in the Wolves' District 3B opener against Epps Tuesday in Monterey.
Shively homered and had two singles while pitching Monterey to a 6-4 win over Block Thursday in Jonesville.
"That was a big win for us," Shively said. "That really turned things around for us this season. The defense really helped me out. I didn't really dominate, they just caught everything behind me."
Shively's two-run home run in the third inning provided the first runs of the game. It was his first-ever round-tripper.
Block answered with three runs in the third inning before Montery scored two in the fourth.
On Tuesday, Shively kept Epps without a hit while striking out four as the Wolves rolled to a 17-0 district win.
"I'm just concentrating more," Shively said. "My curve ball was working and I only had to go three innings."
It was his second no-hitter at Monterey, keeping Spearsville without a hit last year.
Shively also went 2-for-2 with a triple and three runs batted in.
Monterey scored 12 runs in the bottom of the first inning and five more runs in the bottom of the second.
Ross Lipsey had a double for the Wolves.
Monterey hosts Forest Thursday.
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