Ridgemont shine is brightest

Ridgemont shine is brightest

Ridgemont was the biggest winner on the middle school softball diamond on Monday.

The Lady Mustangs claimed both ends of a junior high doubleheader against Obion County School System rival Black Oak — prevailing 18-1 in Game 1 and claiming a 9-4 decision in the second contest.

In other middle school softball action on Monday, Lake Road downed Hillcrest 9-4, while South Fulton retained its unblemished record with a 4-2 victory over Martin.

Today’s junior high softball slate has Union City at Dyer and Hillcrest against Ridgemont (7 p.m.) at Obion Central.

SF will host Black Oak this afternoon at 4:30 for a doubleheader.  

R’mont 18-9, BO 1-4

Winning pitcher Sheridan Bugg struck out four as the Lady Mustangs coasted to the victory in the opener on Monday.

Lady Eagle hurler Jenna Green had three punchouts.

Offensively, Sheridan Bugg doubled and had two singles for R’mont, while Landry Webster and Jessica Hobbs each smacked a double.

Additionally, Stella Preuett and MiKayla Scillion both had two singles for the victorious Lady Mustangs.

Macey Beeler was the triumphant hurler in the second game.

Keaton Cooper singled twice for Ridgemont, while Bugg, Scillion, Hobbs, Preuett, Beeler and Emily Moore each offered a safety.

LR 9, H’crest 4

Hillcrest’s Courtney Heuck finished 2-for-3, while Ali Adcock drove in one run during Monday’s defeat.

Rebecca Robb and Jordan Albright both also had a hit for the Lady Cougars (5-4).

Alea Ragsdale was the losing pitcher.

The Lady Generals return to the diamond on Thursday at Martin.

SF 4, Martin 2

The Devilettes improved to 8-0 on the current campaign after Monday’s triumph.

Winning pitcher Kristen Crocker struck out two and allowed just three hits to the Lady Panthers.

At the plate, Aalia Bivens paced SF with an inside-the-park home run, a triple and two RBI.

Sydney Easterwood and Brooke Parnell both added a single for South Fulton.

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