|SF finishes regular season with a bang |
|Posted: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 1:51 pm |
|South Fulton put an exclamation mark at the end of its regular season. |
The Devilettes bested Lake Road 13-6 on Monday afternoon, improving to 16-1 with the triumph.
SF returns to action on Saturday at the Obion County School System Tournament.
The Devilettes, who are the event’s No. 1 seed and the OCSS regular-season champion, are to host the tourney` with a bracket to be released Wednesday.
In other junior high softball action on Monday, Ridgemont drubbed Lake County 17-5, while Union City was edged 4-3 at Martin.
Black Oak failed to report statistics from its game with Rutherford.
Today’s softball slate has Ridgemont at Union City, Lake Road at Crockett County and Rutherford against BO on Obion Central’s field.
The following is a roundup of Monday’s middle school softball play as reported to The Messenger.
SF 13, Lake Road 4
The Devilettes struck for three runs in the first and fifth innings, five in the third and one tally in both the fourth and sixth on Monday.
Aalia Bivens doubled twice and drove in a pair for SF as did Sierra Coley.
Winning pitcher Kristin Crocker, who struck out four, assisted her mound cause with a two-run single.
Additionally, Maddie Kate Coffey had two RBI for South Fulton, while Alli Ruddle and Sydney Easterwood both added a pair of safeties.
Lake Road (9-3) was paced offensively by Lynsey Berner (a triple and two singles) and Hannah Cavness (two hits and one run batted in).
Losing pitcher Paige Russell struck out five for LR.
Ridgemont 17, Lake Co. 5
Keaton Cooper had two singles and a triple, while Stella Preuett contributed a pair of safeties and a double to the Lady Mustangs’ Monday triumph.
Additionally, Sheridan Bugg, Autumn Payne, Macey Beeler and Macy Muirhead had two hits for Ridgemont.
On the mound, Bugg claimed the triumph with four strikeouts.
Beeler toed the rubber in relief, recording two punchouts for the victorious Lady Mustangs.
Ridgemont was ahead 2-0 after one inning and 13-0 after two frames.
The game was called after three innings due to the mercy rule.
Martin 4, UC 3
Ashley Faught had two hits and drove in a pair to lead the Lady Twisters offensively.
Also, Caroline Chism accounted for two hits and one ribbie, while Kristian Davis doubled and Piper Warren added two safeties.
Faught was the losing pitcher, while Davis came on in relief.
Union City did win a junior varsity game by a 7-5 margin.
Chism had two hits in that game, while LaPrasha Fair, Faught and Piper Warren each contributed a safety for UC.