They host Longview today with the junior varsity game at 4:30 p.m. followed by the varsity at 6 p.m.
Perhaps the home cooking of having a game on their own turf is the recipe they need to rebound from Wednesday’s 3-0 loss at the hands of Hallsville.
The loss was the first in district play and squashed the chances of the Lady Cats going undefeated in 13-4A.
“I challenged the girls, I think will respond well and come out and play a good game at home against Longview. One thing about this district, you don’t have time to think about a loss, because you have another good team coming up next,” Sulphur Springs head softball coach David Carrillo said.
The Lady Cats began the week with a 6-0 win at Pine Tree in a well played game with 12 hits.
Then the day game Wednesday against Hallsville saw the Sulphur Springs bats go almost silent, managing just four hits and no runs.
That was very surprising for Sulphur Springs as they entered the game averaging hitting .360 as a team, scoring 7.4 runs a game.
Against Hallsville, the first six batters in the lineup were hitless. The Lady Cats had baserunners, but were unable to score.
“If you had told me two weeks ago somebody would hold us scoreless, I would not have believed you. But it happened, we have to think about having a good game,” Carrillo added.
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