Cheyenne Carden went 3-for-5 with two triples, Atravia Rawlings was 2-for-6, and Kaitlyn Hemstreet, Banashi Whitehead, Allison Williams and Monique Veal all also had hits to lead the attack. Erika Wilson pitched the complete game for the victory.
The win followed a 23-9 loss to Crawford County on Tuesday.
The Gray Station Lady ’Hounds continued to pile up the victories with a 13-1 win over Lamar County and 8-0 shutout of Henderson last week, reported coach Mandy Vaughn.
Kylie Bass struck out all six batters she faced in the first two innings against Lamar, and Bre Comer added four strikeouts in finishing out the game. Kaley Sadler and Cheyanne Mosteller both were 1-for-2 and Charli Justice was 1-for-3 to lead the offense.
Bass struck out 10 and allowed only one hit against Henderson. She also went 2-for-3 at the plate, and Madison Cavender put down nice bunts to move the runners along.
Vaughn also praised Kaitlyn Woodward’s defense at third base against bunts.
The Lady Cougars host Monroe County Friday at 5 p.m., then face the Lady ’Hounds at the high school field at 4:30 p.m. next Wednesday. Gray Station plays at Byron on Friday.