The Lady Cats’ softball team continues to seek the key to a district victory against Hallsville. The Lady Bobcats, rated #2 in the state in one poll, took a dominating 11-0 win over the Lady Cats at home Thursday night. The game was moved to Hallsville because Lady Cat Park was too wet after overnight rain.
Hallsville scored in four straight innings getting one in the first, six runs in a big second, one more in the third and three in the fourth. The game was called after four and a half innings due to the ten-run rule. Hallsville had eight hits and the Lady Cats collected six. Jaye Doughtie and Molly Johnston led the Lady Cats with two hits apiece. Sarah Womack and Landri Bell each pitched two innings for the Lady Cats. The Lady Cats had two errors.
The Lady Cats are now 4-2 in district play and 20-4 for the season. The Lady Cats will play at Pine Tree Tuesday night. That game will mark the end of the first half of district play.