BC wins two in classicPublished 1:50am Sunday, March 2, 2014
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The Bogue Chitto Lady Cats were victorious in Saturday’s classic softball tournament at West Lincoln. The Lady Cats roared past the Lady Green Wave of Natchez Cathedral 11-1 and knocked off the West Lincoln Lady Bears 10-6 in the finale.
“This was a good day for us to open the season with two wins,” said Bogue Chitto coach Scott Leggett. “The girls did a great job overall and I was proud of their effort. Now, we regroup and start getting ready for our first home game Monday.”
The Lady Cats (2-0) will host the West Lincoln Lady Bears (1-1) Monday. Junior varsity action starts at 5 p.m., followed by varsity action at 6 p.m.
Bogue Chitto 11, Cathedral 1
Alana Nettles was the winning pitcher for the Lady Cats with six strikeouts and four walks.
Elizabeth Smith suffered the loss for the Lady Green Wave with five strikeouts and seven walks.
Daley Roberts and Terrah Nelson were the offensive leader for BC with three singles each. Nettles ripped two singles. Alexis Givens and Zariah Matthews hit safely.
The Lady Green Wave was led at the plate by McKenzie Milligan, Baylee Graining and Elizabeth Smith with a single apiece.
Bogue Chitto 10, W. Lincoln 6
The Lady Cats and Lady Bears renewed their softball rivalry Saturday as both teams battle hard through seven innings of action.
Nettles picked up her second win on the evening for BC with four strikeouts and six walks. Christian Black (2K, 2BB) started for the Lady Cats before having to leave due to illness.
Micah Redd suffered the setback for the Lady Bears with no strikeouts and three walks. Malori Hall (2K, 4BB) was the starting pitcher for West Lincoln.
Senior centerfielder Mattie Avants powered the Lady Cats with double and three singles. Givens provided a double and a single. Hitting safely were Mallory Allen, Roberts, Nelson and Nettles.
Breanna Fauver directed the Lady Bears offense with three singles. Peyton White contributed two singles. Heather Moak had a double. Bentley Sills and Redd hit safely.