Lady Cobras win two

Published 2:00 pm Sunday, September 29, 2013

The Wesson Lady Cobras had a successful day in Saturday’s Ole Brook softball tournament at Hansel King Sportsplex.

The Lady Cobras surpassed the McComb Lady Tigers 8-5 in the opener, fell 4-0 to Lawrence County in Game Two and edged the Brookhaven Lady Panthers 4-3 in finale.

Wesson (15-6, 2-0) resumes action Monday. They host the Hazlehurst Lady Indians for a varsity game only. Game time is at 5 p.m.

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Wesson 8, McComb 5 

Cheyenne Gladden pitched the win for the Lady Cobras with no strikeouts and two walks.

Layton Terrell suffered the loss for McComb with no strikeouts and one walk.

Sarah Robinson provided the offensive punch to lead the Lady Cobras with a home run and a single. Sabria Green contributed a home run. Harmoni Ashley ripped a pair of doubles. Kayla Britt had a double and a single. Haley Chassion hit two singles. Bailey Middleton, Kaitlyn Smith and Gladden singled.

Terrell was the offensive leader for the Lady Tigers with a double and two singles. Bethany Davis helped with three singles. Paige Brock and Kristen Johnson contributed a pair of singles. Ashley Bonds had a double. Katie Kalusche, Shatonia Coney and Alayna Thompson hit safely.

Lawrence Co. 4, Wesson 0 

Barri Rogers (0K, 1BB) was the winning pitcher for the Lady Cougars.

Gladden (0K, 0BB) suffered the setback for Wesson.

Madison Hyde provided the offensive firepower to lead Lawrence County with a home run and two singles. Jamie Martin contributed two singles. Hitting safely were Alyssa Pendergrass and Jaz Thomas.

Ashley and Middleton were the top hitters for Wesson with a single apiece.

Wesson 4, Brookhaven 3 

Gladden (0K, 1BB) tossed the win for the Lady Cobras.

Alycen Speaks (2K, 1BB) absorbed the setback for the Lady Panthers.

Britt and Middleton directed the Lady Cobras at the plate with a double and a single. Gladden had a double. Aurianna Vaughn, Robinson, Ashley and Smith hit safely.

Speaks paced the Ole Brook’s offense with a double. Hitting safely were Julianna Porter, Katherine Shell, Chantel Quarles and Kat Wallace.