Lady Cats roll over PiratesPublished 9:06am Tuesday, September 10, 2013
The Bainbridge High School varsity softball team defeated Miller County 10-0 in Colquitt, Ga., on Monday.
The BHS Lady Cats scored two runs in the first inning then took over the game, scoring five runs in the second. They added two more in the third and one in the fourth, and the game was called after the top of the 6th.
Laura Griner hit a three-RBI triple in the second inning; she also had a double and four total RBIs in the game. Maegan Harrison and Anna Barber had RBI singles in the second inning.
The Lady Cats’ big second inning started off with Lindsey Griner singling to center field and reaching second base on an error. Griner later went to third on a wild pitch.
Morgan Phillips and Shea Williams both reached base after being hit by pitches.
Magen Vaughn reached on a fielder’s choice, when Lindsey Griner was thrown out at home.
Laura Griner made up for the lost scoring opportunity with a triple to right field, scoring Phillips, Williams and Vaughn. Harrison bunt-singled to score Laura Griner. Harrison moved to second base on defensive indifference, then came around to score on Barber’s single.
Junior pitcher Brooke Bates pitched five shutout innings, only allowing one hit and one walk. She struck out 11 Lady Pirate batters.
Barber and Vaughn also had doubles in the game.
Other players with RBIs included Vaughn and Bates.
With the win, the varsity Lady Cats’ record improves to 6-4. Both the varsity and JV teams were hosting Cairo at the BHS Diamonds on Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, both teams were traveling to play Berrien County.