Minden Press-Herald

Tuesday
Sep 30th

Bell Construction, Subway take big softball wins

Results from Tuesday’s softball games from the Minden Recreation Complex.

Darlings

Bell Construction 17, Grice Roofing 13

Hollan Haynes, Lizzie Tuttle, Lauren Still, Marilya McClendon and Bree Hamilton all had three hits to lead Bell. Savannah Wilson, Lizzie Walker and Alyssa Valentine all had two hits. Kaylin Williams, Hannah Michael, Claire Waters, Kaylee Davis and Mallory Pesnell all singled.

Karah Taylor singled, doubled and tripled to lead Grice. Lauren Cheatham, Kendall Squyres and Delainey Johnson all had three hits.
Lauren Roberts, Raylin Black, Laci Cheatham and Brianna Davis all had two hits and Hayden lewis singled.

Angels

Hummingbirds 3, Diamond Divas 2

Erin Lee led the Hummingbirds with three hits, and Halie Cross, Loren Neff, Ja'Mya Robinson and Cecily Gurgainers all added singles.

Emma Mayfield, Aubrie Dickson, Baylee Hough and Faith Earnhardt all had two hits each to lead the Divas. Kara Bryce, Alyssa Martin and Sara Cox all added base hits.

Ponytails

Subway 15, Peterson Shell 1

Camryn Banks and Jaylah Shine combined to throw a no-hitter for Subway. Shine tripled and Destinee Lee, TiJahia Edwards and Shatoski Mitchell all singled.

Emily Rhame struck out two batters for Peterson Shell.

O'Shea 16, Spurlock Eye Care 6

Megan Sims (six strike outs), Olivia Osborne and Carsin Spurlock combined on a no-hitter for O'Shea. Spurlock doubled and Sims and Allie Maness both singled.

Chelsea Cummings struck out three batters for Eye Care.

Belles

Rebels 9, .38 Reasons 7

Jessi Rogers and Kari Allums both tripled to lead the Rebels. Libby Warren, Jaylee Riggs, Molly Wilson, Holly Raley and Amanda Longino all singled.

Kaitlyn Dixon had three hits to lead .38 Reasons. Lakeia Lyles had two hits and Kayla Cage struck out seven batters and singled.

Photos by D 15, VPW 4

Taylor Sutter and Kate Kidd both tripled and homered to lead Photos by D. Antasia Rhodes, Kim Corrente and Brooke Ensminger all singled.

Kenzie Taylor singled and Stormie Johnson struck out four batters for VPW.

 

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