Lady Lions dominate visiting Lady Brahmas

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Friday night softball briefs

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

 

In New Boston Friday night, the bats were on fire and the pitching was dominant for the Lady Lions as they destroyed the visiting Paul Pewitt Lady Brahmas by a score of 12-0.

New Boston slugger Carlee Ratcliff got things going in the bottom of the 1st inning with a 2-run dinger over the center field fence. It was Ratcliff’s fourth homerun of the season.

Alaysia Henderson and McKenzee Thomas also had good nights with the bat, with three hits each.

On the hill, Morgan McAlexander had her best stuff working as she allowed just two hits and struck out seven in five innings to notch the win.

 

The Lady Cardinals blasted Linden-Kildare for eight runs in the 4th inning on their way to a 13-3 win on Friday.

Kaitlin Conway earned the win on the hill allowing four hits and three runs and striking out seven.

With the bat, Haley Yates and Brianna Barnette each had three hits for the Lady Cardinals.

 

The Hooks Lady Hornets were blanked 13-0 Friday night at home by state-ranked Hughes Springs.

Lexie Frachiseur took the loss for the Lady Hornets allowing 13 runs on 16 hits in the contest. The Hooks bats went silent as they managed just three hits in the game against Lady Mustangs starter Zoe Lanier who allowed no runs on three hits and struck out four in five innings of work.

 

The Redwater Lady Dragons downed DeKalb 7-1 last night as ace Bethanee Calicott earned another win with 13 strikeouts.

 

Look for full game stories in the Wednesday, March 28 edition of the Tribune.

 

In the photo, New Boston ace Morgan McAlexander

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