Still searching for its first win of the season, the Black Hills softball team was defeated for the second time this season by Aberdeen, dropping the contest 10-1, Tuesday afternoon.
It was Bobcats pitcher Lilly Camp’s second straight no-hitter thrown against the Wolves this season, with the freshman tossing a complete game no-no with 11 strikeouts and just two walks.
The Wolves’ lone run came after back-to-back batters were hit by Camp, and Madison Parker hit a sacrifice fly to score a run in the fourth inning.
In the circle for the Wolves, Zoey Theophilus pitched six with eight hits allowed, 10 earned runs, five walks, and 12 strikeouts.
Black Hills will take on Centralia Wednesday on the road looking for its first win of the season.