Sulphur Springs won big in Texarkana 12-0 over Texas High on Tuesday, Apr. 12.
Coach David Carrillo’s team kept the hits coming in their 10th straight victory.
The Lady Cats put up two runs in their first at-bat. They then doubled their output in the second inning, scoring four more to lead big 6-0.
Sulphur Springs in the top of the 4th produced their second-straight district contest with a six run inning, blowing the game away en route to a 12-0 demolishing of the Lady Tigers in five innings.
Almost every single Lady Cat on the roster recorded hits in the 12-0 win Tuesday. Jadyn Harper and Reese Ragan led the way with two hits, both amounting to at least one RBI. Both Harper and Ragan crossed home twice in five innings, with the latter recording 2 RBIs and reaching home three times in the victory.
Kinz Smallwood also got 2 hits and 2 RBIs Tuesday.
3B Addison Caddell, Bryant, SS Parris Pickett, C Anahi Velasquez and DP Tia Nash all recorded a hit Tuesday in the 12-0 win. Nash’s hit went yard for a home-run.
Crimson Bryant won her ninth game in 10 starts pitching a complete 5 inning game. The junior gave up 5 hits but no runs, walking one batter but striking out 10 Tuesday.
The 12-0 crushing victory over Texas High gives Coach Carrillo’s softball team a 10-0 district record, now 19-1-2 overall. Tuesday’s win in Texarkana is also the 21st straight district win for the Lady Cats softball program.
It’s a quick turnaround for Lady Cats softball, as on Thursday, Apr. 14 Sulphur Springs hosts Marshall for Senior Night.
At least two seniors are set to be honored in their last home game.
Festivities begin prior to the 6 P.M. tee-off.