HALLSVILLE — Just when the Wildcats broke out of an offensive slump, the opposing team scores 15 runs.
Sulphur Springs Wildcats had five field errors and used four pitchers as they lost to the Hallsville Bobcats 15-8 in Tuesday 13-4A road action.
The teams combined for 23 runs, 25 hits and seven errors.
The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats fell 5-3 to Hallsville in Tuesday night home district softball action.
The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for Sulphur Springs.
The Lady Cats came into the game riding the momentum of a thrilling 5-4 home comeback win over Marshall.
“We were emotionally ready to play, but just couldn’t get outs when we needed to and Hallsville can really hit the ball,” said Sulphur Springs head softball coach David Carrillo.