This one caught my eye:
44. HS Baseball: Atlantic (Iowa) 109, Griswold 0I found a short account of the game in the Daily Illini.
April 26, 1928: These were the days before mercy rules, although a newspaper report said the game was called after eight innings because the scorekeeper was exhausted. Atlantic scored in every inning, including 30 runs in the second. It was no vacation for Griswold's pitcher, who went the distance and allowed 92 hits. Atlantic's pitcher, meanwhile, threw a no-hitter.
Atlantic pitcher Don King struck out 16 batters in his no-hitter. He also went 15-for-17 at the plate. A teammate named Ross was up 14 times and scored 14 runs.
Gustim, Griswold's sole pitcher, allowed 92 hits, including 23 doubles, 6 triples, and 16 home runs. His mates committed 22 errors.
The story also mentions Griswold's "girl wonder", outfielder Alice Buckman, who was not present at this game.
Atlantic - 4 30 12 6 6 6 27 18 - 109 92 1 Griswold - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 22
P.S. An article on Alice Buckman was published in the Ottawa Citizen on May 12, 1928.
An Intimate Close-Up Of Alice Buckman
Girl Baseball Star Is Neither Flapper Nor Tomboy, Can Cook And Sew Too, And Hates Cigarettes
"She'll Make Some Man Dandy Wife," Mother Says