On a night featuring fog and cool conditions, it was the Sulphur Springs softball bats which were glowing red-hot.
It was the magic of a dozen for the Lady Cats.
A dozen hits for Sulphur Springs produced a dozen runs.
The Lady Cats took the 12-4 win over Lindale in scrimmage action at the SSHS softball diamond.
Five players accounted for 10 of the hits for Sulphur Springs.
Jaleigh Avery had two hits, including a double, plating a run; Kiara Johnson and Haylee Chester each had two hits, two RBIs; Toni Cody, two hits, including a double, two RBIs; Maci McGlamery, two hits. Kaylee Anderson had one hit, one run scored and one knocked in. Katie Sapaugh had a sacrifice fly for one RBI. Kelsie Adams and Mary Lopez scored runs. Makayla Glosson, one hit, one run scored.
Meagan McCullough had a sliding catch to highlight the defense.
“We played well. We were a little sloppy in the middle innings. But overall I was pleased,” said David Carrillo, head girls softball coach. “Our bats came alive a little bit as we were able to put some runs on the board.”
Hailey Dixon had four innings pitched, allowing two hits, four runs, no earned runs, five strike outs, walking six. Sapaugh pitched one inning, allowing one hit, no runs and walking one batter.
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