Sulphur Springs went 1-1 on Friday, Mar. 4 in day two of the Royse City tournament.
Lady Cats softball fell in their first contest to Prairiland 5-1.
The Patriots pulled ahead early 1-0 in the bottom of the 1st.
While Coach Carrillo’s squad tied it up in the top of the 5th 1-1, Prairiland immediately struck back, putting in four runs as the Patriots defeated the Lady Cats 5-1.
Addison Caddell got the loss versus Prairiland, pitching all five innings and allowing five runs on six hits. Only three of the pitcher’s runs were earned. The senior walked one and struck out three in the loss.
Senior Jadyn Harper walked twice and was the lone run versus Prairiland. Harper, Kinz Smallwood, Anahi Velasquez and Paige Seagraves all record hits in the loss.
Sulphur Springs had a one-game break prior to their second contest of the day, taking on host Royse City. Coach Carrillo’s squad got a win in their second and final game on Friday, 2-0 in a close one to the Lady Bulldogs.
Crimson Bryant got the win pitching seven shutout innings, striking out 16 batters and walking one. No batters got hits versus the junior.
In hitting Parris Pickett and Smallwood both got hits in the 2-0 win over the host Royse City. The sophomore scored two RBIs and a HR versus the Lady Bulldogs.
The win over the Lady Bulldogs concludes day two of the Royse City tournament for the Lady Cats. After two days, Sulphur Springs is 3-1 in the tourney.
Softball closes out their third and final tournament on Saturday, Mar. 5 taking on Canton at 1 P.M.