|Lady Cougars stand tall against BO |
|Posted: Tuesday, August 31, 2010 1:57 pm |
Hillcrest stood tall on top of the hill on Monday evening.
Black Oak’s Abigail Simmon leads off while Hillcrest third baseman Courtney Heuck watches a play on Monday.
The Lady Cougars bested Black Oak 14-2 in middle school softball action at Obion Central’s elevated field.
In other action on Monday, South Fulton bested Ridgemont 9-1, while Lake Road run-ruled Rutherford 13-2 in five innings.
Today’s softball slate has Martin coming to OC for a game with LR.
The following is a roundup of Monday’s games as reported to The Messenger.
Hillcrest 14, Black Oak 2
Jordan Albright had two hits and one ribbie for the Lady Cougars on Monday evening.
Also, Rebecca Robb and Ana McWilliams each had one hit for Hillcrest (5-2).
Black Oak had Taylor Pollock and Diana Flippen with one safety each.
On the mound, winning pitcher Alea Ragsdale struck out six. Lady Eagle hurler Jenna Lea Green absorbed the mound defeat. Carson Morrow came on in relief of Green, striking out a pair.
The Lady Cougars play at South Fulton next Tuesday. Black Oak returns to action the same evening against Ridgemont at Obion Central.
SF 9, Ridgemont 1
Kristin Crocker drove in a total of three runs, while Sierra Coley had four hits for the victorious Devilettes.
Additionally, Melanie Johnson and Sydney Easterwood each had two safeties, while Kaitlyn Greer tripled and chased one run in.
Alli Ruddle smacked a doubled for South Fulton (5-0).
Ridgemont’s Sheridan Bugg knocked a two-bagger to center field, while Macy Muirhead and Keaton Cooper each singled once.
On the mound, SF’s Sierra Coley struck out two en route to the victory.
Losing pitcher Macey Beeler had three punchouts.
South Fulton hosts Hickman County (Ky.) on Thursday, while the Lady Mustangs travel to Martin the same afternoon.
LR 13, Rutherford 2
Tatum Cary touched all the bases in rapid succession with an inside-the-park home run on Monday afternoon.
Altogether, Cary drove in four runs, while teammate Robin Lewis accounted for a double, single and one RBI.
Winning pitcher Paige Russell struck out three for the Lady Generals (4-1).