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Lady Cats Softball Team Takes Two Games on Final Day of Allen Tournament on Rainy Saturday

The Lady Cats Softball Team put two more games in the win column on the last day of the Allen Tournament Saturday defeating Cedar Hill and Dallas W.T. White.

For the second game in a row Saturday morning, the Lady Cats depended on a big late rally to get by Cedar Hill, 8-6. The Lady Cats scored 7 runs in the top of the sixth inning after entering the frame down 6-1.

Crimson Bryant got the pitching win throwing 101 pitches over 6 innings and allowing 5 hits and only 1 earned run with 10 strikeouts and 2 walks.

The Lady Cats were outhit 5-4 by the Lady Longhorns but the Lady Cats benefited from 8 walks and 5 Cedar Hill errors. The Lady Cats had 6 errors in sloppy conditions.

Addison Caddell swung a good bat going 2 for 3 with a double, an RBI, a run scored and a walk. Grace Magnuson was 1 for 2 with an RBI, a run scored and 2 walks. Nylah Lindley was 1 for 3 with a walk and a stolen base. Jadyn Harper had an RBI, scored a run, worked 2 walks, stole a base and was hit by a pitch. Nicole Higgins had an RBI and scored a run. Bryant had an RBI and drew a walk. Addison DeSmet scored 2 runs and had a walk. Matti Smith scored a run and walked twice. Katie Johns scored a run.

In the second game of the day, the Lady Cats got a 6-0 win over Dallas W.T. White. Due to conditions, both coaches agreed to end the game after an inning and a half. These Lady Longhorn pitchers had trouble throwing a strike and they walked quite a few Lady Cats in the bottom of the first. Higgins pitched two scoreless innings to get the win.

The Lady Cats won 4 of 5 games in the tourney and their season record is now 5-1. Weather permitting, the Lady Cats will play at Caddo Mills Monday evening.


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Author: Ross LaBenske

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