Lady Wolves sweep East Miss.
SCOOBA — The Co-Lin Lady Wolves fastpitch softball team keptits perfect winning streak intact after sweeping a doubleheaderfrom the East Mississippi Community College Lady Lions Tuesday.
Co-Lin won the opener 10-6 and shut out East Mississippi 9-0 inthe five-inning finale.
The Lady Wolves (6-0) play Friday and Saturday in the MeridianTournament.
“We got good jumps, stole bases at opportune times and playedpretty smart,” said Co-Lin fastpitch coach Allen Kent.”Offensively, we relaxed and hit it hard all day. On defense, westayed on our toes and made all the plays in the second game.”
Co-Lin 10, East Miss. 6
The Lady Wolves trailed the Lady Lions 3-1 in the first inning.Co-Lin came back with four runs in the top of the second for a 5-1lead. The visitors added four more runs for a 9-3 lead. In thefinal two innings East Miss. outscored Co-Lin 2-1 as the visitorsheld on for the win.
Kayla Crochet (3-0) was the winning pitcher, with 9 strikeouts,4 walks and 3 earned runs on 6 hits.
“Kayla did not have her best today,” said Kent. “We didn’t helpher out much defensively. She battled and kept us in it until ouroffense kicked in.”
Annie Selman powered Co-Lin with a 7th-inning home run and asingle. Lauren Smith collected three hits, a stolen base and scoredtwice. Annie Selman went 2 for 4 with a walk, 4 runs scored and 3stolen bases. Kady King had 2 singles, 3 RBI and 2 stolen bases.Erin Douglas singled twice and had 1 RBI. Emily Langley added asingle, stolen base and a run forced.
Co-Lin 9, East Miss. 0
In the finale, Douglass (1-0) posted the no-hitter in fiveinnings. Douglass fanned 8 batters , walked 2 and hit 1 batter.
“Erin really had it working today,” said Kent. “It was fun towatch. She stayed ahead in the count. She hit her spots and usedher change-up very effectively.”
Langley led the hitting attack with a double, 2 singles, 2RBI, 3stolen bases and 2 runs scored for Co-Lin. Candace Braxton added 2singles, 2 RBI, a stolen base and a run scored. Following 2 singlesand an RBI was Caston. Meleah Brown doubled. Smith and Crotcheteach singled.
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