SSHS JV go unbeaten in softball tournament

From Staff Reports

Mar. 14, 2007 - The Sulphur Springs junior varsity team wrapped up the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats JV tournament last weekend undefeated at 6-0.


SSHS JV 20, Frisco 0

The championship game turned quickly into a rout. Ariel Darden led the way for SSHS with four singles, four stolen bases and two RBI, while Maurie Lewis had three singles, five stolen bases and two RBI.

Carolyn Potter had three hits, two stolen bases and three RBI, Kaci Kennedy had three hits and one RBI, Breanna Mills had two hits, three stolen bases and two RBI.

Jamonica Hall, Kelsey Smith, Tessa Story, Phebe Rutledge, Zabrina Wilhite and Kamisha Hall each had one hit.

Game 2

SSHS JV 5, Mount Pleasant 1

Against district rival Mount Pleasant, Darden, Lewis, Smith, Potter, Story and Kennedy recorded hits in the win.

Lewis had a triple and one RBI, while Smith also had a RBI and a stolen base.

Game 1

SSHS JV 11, Commerce 1

In the opening game of the bracket play, Kennedy picked up the win in the circle with four strikeouts and also went 1-for-2 at the plate.

Darden, Mills, Hall and Haley Stovall led the way each going 2-for-2 for the Lady Cats. Potter, Story and Christa Potter went 1-for-2 in the game.


Game 3

SSHS JV 13, Wylie 0

With Wylie playing in Pool C and SSJV in Pool A, the game was not counted in the standings but the Lady Cats did not let that affect their play.

Mills and Hall each had three hits and three runs scored. Recording two hits each were Lewis, who also scored three runs, Krista McMahan, Carolyn Potter and Story. Darden, Kennedy and Christa Potter each had one hit for the Lady Cats.

Game 2

SSHS JV 4, Sherman 2

Darden, Hall and McMahan led the way with three hits and an RBI, followed by Mills with two hits and two stolen bases, Smith had two hits, Kennedy had two hits and a RBI. Carolyn and Christa Potter and Hall each had a hit for the Lady Cats.

Game 1

SSHS JV 8, Wills Point 1

In the opening game of the tournament, Kennedy picked up the win striking out three while Smith also pitched in relief and struck out one for the Lady Cats.

Sulphur Springs had seven hits in the game and was led by Hall with two hits and two runs scored. Darden, Mills, Story and Brittany Hux each had one hit, while Darden, Mills, Story and Hall each had a run scored. Carolyn Potter scored the other two runs for the Lady Cats.

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