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Lady Bears roar past Franklin County

DAILY LEADER / TERESA ALLRED / West Lincoln's Mackenzie Pyles (6) reaches third base just as Franklin County's  Jamecia Starks applies the tag in softball action Friday night.

DAILY LEADER / TERESA ALLRED / West Lincoln’s Mackenzie Pyles (6) reaches third base just as Franklin County’s Jamecia Starks applies the tag in softball action Friday night.

The West Lincoln Lady Bears hosted the Franklin County Lady Bulldogs for a non-divisional softball contest Friday night and celebrated Senior Night with a 10-0 win over the Lady Bulldogs.

The Lady Bears honored Micah Redd, Malori Hall, Brianna Fauver and Addie Spring with a special ceremony as they received a shower of gifts from friends and families.

West Lincoln (12-7, 6-2) is scheduled to be action Monday as they visit Bogue Chitto to take on the Lady Cats. Junior varsity action begins at 5 p.m., followed by the varsity game at 6:15 p.m.

West Lincoln 10, Franklin County 0 

The Lady Bears and the Lady Bulldogs battled in the scoreless contest in the first two innings of action, before West Lincoln managed to get their offense going in the bottom of the third inning as they scored four runs.

The Lady Bears would continued to increase their lead in the bottom of the fourth inning with a five run surge and ended the contest in the fifth inning after pushing across one run.

Malori Hall pitched the win for the Lady Bears with six strikeouts and one walk.

Emily Smith suffered the setback on the rubber for the Lady Bulldogs with one strikeout and two walks. Emilee Wallace (1K, 4BB) also pitched in relief.

Millane Lewis powered West Lincoln’s offense with two doubles. Brianna Fauver provided two singles. Hitting safely were Micah Redd, Addie Spring, MaKennah Redd and Hanna Moak.

Alyssa Case, Tabitha Thompson and Shelly Case were the top hitters for the Lady Bulldogs with a single each.

In junior varsity action, the Lady Bears blanked the Lady Bulldogs 6-0.

Megan Gerald tossed the win for West Lincoln with six strikeouts and one walk.

Skylar Hall and Maddox Redd paced the Lady Bears at the plate with a single apiece.