ALLEN — The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats are fight off sickness, but still managing to win.
The Lady Cats (now 10-1) took two wins Friday in the Allen softball tournament despite being down to just nine players due to illness according to assistant coach Eric Buck. Lady Cats 8
Sulphur Springs got home runs by Krista McMahan and Kara Tomlinson as they made the most of their nine hits, scoring eight time.
McMahan and Tomlinson knocked in two runs each. JaMonica Hall had two hits, plating one run; Baylee Speaker knocked in two runs and T’Kea Johnson plated a run with a hit; Brittani Crawford also had to hits.
Kaci Kennedy was the winning pitcher with three innings of work, facing 13 batters, striking out five, allowing three runs, one earned run and three hits. Speaker pitched two innings of relief, allowing one runs from three hits, striking out three facing 10 batters.
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The Lady Cats pounded out 12 hits taking a 8-3 win over Mansfield Legacy.
Katie Dodd hit a home run and knocked in three runs. J. Eppars had knocked in two runs and McMahan and Tomlinson had one RBI each. Mac Morgan was 3-for-4 with two runs scored.
Taylor Clifton was the winning pitcher going seven innings, allowing three runs, fanning four. She faced 21 batters, walked none with 65 pitches, 49 strikes and 16 balls.
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