Lady Cats Softball 16, Commerce 0
Lady Cats’ softball pitcher Bailey Haggerty gave up only one hit over 4 innings and struck out 8 as the Lady Cats pounded out 17 hits in a 16-0 victory over Commerce Thursday in the Lady Cats first game of the Sulphur Springs Varsity Softball Tournament at Lady Cat Park. Kelsey Wallace was 4 for 4 with 2 runs scored, 6 runs batted in and had a grand slam home run and a double. Sadie Stroud was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBIs. Sierra Smith and Landri Bell also had 2 hits each. The Lady Cats scored 5 runs in the first, 5 more in the second and 6 runs in the third.
Lady Cats Softball 8, Canton 0
The Lady Cats’ softball team erupted for 7 runs in the first inning on their way to an 8-0 win over Canton in their second game Thursday in the Sulphur Springs Varsity Softball Tournament at Lady Cat Park. Lady Cats pitchers Addison Caddell and Tessa Holt combined to throw a 2 hit shutout over 4 innings. The Lady Cats had 9 hits. In the Lady Cats first, setting the table with singles were Kelsey Wallace and Alli Fite. Getting RBI singles were Brinkley Driver, Landri Bell, Nylah Lindley, Maddie Millsap, Abbi Baier and Alli Fite, Sadie Stroud drew a walk and Kelsey Wallace got a walk that forced in a run. The Lady Cats scored one more run in the second on a Sierra Smith triple and Landri Bell RBI single.
Lady Cats Softball 9, Mount Vernon 0
Lady Cats pitcher Bailey Haggerty was credited with a no hitter and had 6 strikeouts in a 4 and a half inning 9-0 win over Mount Vernon in the Lady Cats third game on day one of the Sulphur Springs Varsity Softball Tournament Thursday at Lady Cat Park. A ball hit off of Haggerty in the top of the fourth was ruled an error by the Lady Cats official scorer. The Lady Cats continued to hit the ball well getting 10 hits in the game. 10 different Lady Cats had a hit. Kelsey Wallace hit her second home run for the day, this one a three-run shot. Brinkley Driver had a double. Landri Bell drove home 2 runs in the first inning with a single. Sadie Stroud, Sierra Smith and Maddie Millsap also had one RBI.
The Lady Cats, now 3-0 for the season, play Peaster Friday at 10 a.m. at Lady Cat Park on day two of the three-day Sulphur Springs Varsity Softball Tournament.