CV softball breaks out big bats in two wins

Georgia Reed
April 8, 2018

Campbell likes the progress of the Lady Jackets. In the tournament, the Lady Jackets lost all 4 games falling to Silverdale Academy 6-2, Redbank 19-0, Whitwell 9-2 and Lookout Valley 7-5.

"But we came right back with those runs".

"I'm really hoping that they step up and bring this younger crew with them", Olson said about the Wildcats' upperclassmen.

"It's huge to us that it's going to be at Municipal Stadium this year because we pushed so much for these things in the community and keeping girls' sports moving forward in the community". Carrying the momentum from the last game, Holmes drilled another double, scoring Jioia and placing herself in scoring position. We're excited. We just want to play.

"Sammy will pair with Taya as a 1-1A for us in the circle", Prong said. "We stayed focused and played our game".

From there, the defenses and pitching took over, and runs proved hard for either team to come by.

Damya Williams was placed on 2nd base to start the inning, and after a sacrifice bunt and a walk, Savannah O'Shields, the 9-hitter, singled to center, letting Williams trot home with the go-ahead run.

CSI was first on the board, jumping out to a 2-0 lead in their first inning at the dish.

"That was a great ballgame with two good pitchers going toe to toe", said Trico coach Andrew Franklin.

Adrianna Romano had two singles for Barnegat (1-3), and Molly McEeaney had the lone run scored in the first inning. His other double came in the seventh after an RBI groundout by Roger Alexander and gave West a 12-4 cushion.

The Charleston Lady Trojans used big innings in the first and third to help defeat the St. Anthony Bulldogs 8-0 on Wednesday.

RICHLANDS - The Croatan softball team captured its fourth win of the season Wednesday with a 10-4 victory over Northside-Jacksonville in the seventh-place game of the Piggly Wiggly Softball Classic.

The Lady Trojans wasted no time, quickly jumping out to a 3-0 lead, including a two-run home run by Macey McElravy.

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Karlie Kennedy hit two doubles for Triton Regional (2-0) and scored its only run.

Danielle Holley led Enterprise by going 1-for-2 from the plate with an RBI.

Jessie Rising was 3 for 4 with a double for Pinelands (2-1). George Mason scored a run in the fifth, but SLU held the Patriots to the two lone runs on the way to the win. Jeresha Meeks scored a run.

DW had 23 hits on the game, including four by Neylan Bryan and three each by Tatumn Laughery, Elise Russell, Hanna Becker, Kylee Laughlin and Cassidy Laughery. Meleah Stevens went 2 for 2. Kari Holzritcher and Morgan Taylor combined for the no-hitter in Game 2. Hannah Schild was 1 for 1.

Cox returns after being a strong member of the 4-x-4 and 4-x-8 relay teams that captured GR titles last season, while he will also see time in the sprints, middle-distance and triple jump.

Both teams went scoreless in the first.

Tyler was 3-3 and scored twice.

It wasn't until the 10th inning that Weyauwega broke the stalemate, plating a run in the bottom of the inning to win in walk-off fashion. Kimmie Palace provided a pair of hits and Julia Fitzpatrick struck out six batters in four innings for Kent Island (1-3).

Coquille got off to a quick start with three runs in the first inning and a key RBI single by Rhiannon McKinley in the sixth.

2B—Winslow; 3B—Cannon; HR—Hageness; RBIs—Walker, Hageness (3), Winslow (3), Bradeen, Carvey (2), Cannon, Gallagher (2), Haskins. Morgan Mooney hit 1 for 1.

The Cardinals blew the game open with 11 runs in the bottom of the third.

Riley Osborn hit a solo home run to left field in the top of the ninth to give the Rockets an 8-7 lead. Jackson Down went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs, while Luke Davenport added two hits for Fayetteville (10-7-1, 3-3). Kristen Stiefel scored a run and had 2 stolen bases. "They played as a whole team today".

Warrenton (3-5) hosts a nonleague game Friday at 4:30 p.m. with Knappa, before beginning league play next week vs.

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