Lady Cats destroy Mt. Olive

Published 12:15 pm Friday, April 4, 2014

DAILY LEADER / MARTY ALBRIGHT / Bogue Chitto's Christian Black dominated the mound against Mount Olive in Thursday's softball action.

DAILY LEADER / MARTY ALBRIGHT / Bogue Chitto’s Christian Black dominated the mound against Mount Olive in Thursday’s softball action.

BOGUE CHITTO – The Bogue Chitto Lady Cats flexed their muscles and destroyed the Mount Olive Lady Pirates to gain two Region 7-1A wins in a varsity doubleheader Thursday.

The Lady Cats overpowered the young Lady Pirates to secure a 20-0 win in Game One and 15-0 victory in Game Two.

“The girls played hard,” said BC coach Scott Leggett. “Mount Olive has a very young team, but they are working hard to get better.”

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The Lady Cats (12-4, 4-0) will resume action Monday as they prepare to host their Lincoln County rivals, the Loyd Star Lady Hornets. Junior varsity action starts at 5 p.m., followed by the varsity game at 6 p.m.

Bogue Chitto 20, Mt. Olive 0 

The experienced Lady Cats were too much for the young Lady Pirates to handle as BC scored all their runs in the first inning in both games and showed humbleness to the young and inexperienced Lady Pirates and allowed them to continue batting until the third inning.

Christian Black was the winning pitcher for the Lady Cats with a no-hitter in both games. In Game One, she collected nine strikeouts and allowed only one walk.

Mahongany Kye took the Loss for Mt. Olive with no strikeouts and seven walks.

Black powered the BC’s offense with a triple and a double. Daley Roberts contributed two singles. Terrah Nelson had a triple. Hitting safely were Alana Nettles, Mallory Allen, Zariah Matthews, Cherie Savoie, Karly Leake, Baileigh Jackson and Mattie Avants.

Bogue Chitto 15, Mt. Olive 0 

Black continued to dominate the pitching mound in Game Two for BC, collecting eight strikeouts and allowed no walks.

Katelyn Dossett suffered the loss for the Lady Pirates with no strikeouts and six walks. Kye (0K, 3BB) also saw more action on the mound for Mt. Olive.

Mallory Allen and Coby Kirkland were the top hitters for the Lady Cats at the plate with a triple apiece. Black ripped a double. Avants and Nelson hit safely.