Lady Cats softball remains unbeaten through nine games

Published 3:35 pm Tuesday, August 28, 2018

The Bainbridge Lady Cats Varsity softball team is continuing their winning streak after three wins this weekend, bringing their record to 9-0.

The Lady Cats played Locust Grove Friday night, where Lexie Delbrey threw a shutout.

Delbrey struck out 12 players over six innings and only allowed two hits.

Email newsletter signup

Coach Christopher Bryant said it was probably one of the most exciting games he’s ever coached.

“I was able to watch 13 girls fight it out, and do whatever it took to get the win,” he said.

Mabry Grace Briggs led the team with two hits in three at bats, while Mckynleigh Harrell made the most plays with 13.

Number 12 took the loss for Locust Grove. She lasted five and a third innings, allowing six hits and one run, while striking out two.

Coming off their win against Locust Grove, the Lady Cats defeated Cass in another shutout game on Saturday, 13-0.

The Lady Cats got things started in the first inning when Harrell singled on a 0-1 count, scoring two runs.

The team secured the victory in the third inning when the players scored seven runs. Thyra Jackson, Desirae Beachem, Harrell, Keyleigh Brinson, Faith Smith and Halle Cannon all made RBIs.

Delbrey pitched the team to victory, lasting two innings, allowing zero hits and zero runs while striking out five and walking one. Addison Enfinger threw two innings in relief.  She also hit a groundout to finish off the game.

Number eight took the loss for Cass. She threw four innings, allowing 12 runs on 11 hits, striking out two and walking one.

Beachem lead the Lady Cats in hits, going 3-for-4 at the plate.

The Lady Cats had their final win of the weekend against Sprayberry 10-2.

The game started off with a bang, when Beachem hit a solo home run. Things continued to go in the Lady Cats direction, when they scored five runs in the second inning. Harrell hit a triple, while Anna Beth Bibby hit a single and Cannon, Jackson and Beachem hit a sac fly.

Delbrey started off pitching the game, surrendering zero runs on zero hits over one inning, but Enfinger brought home the win, allowing four hits and two runs over four innings.

Number 20 took the loss for Sprayberry. She pitched three innings, allowing one run on seven hits, striking out one and walking one.

Bryant was really impressed with the weekend and said the games allowed them to their potential as a team and what the possibilities are for the rest of the season.

“They all played with heart and gave 100% every second of the game,” he finished.