Softball teams took losses at home fields last week

Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Kasey Barinsky at bat

CARROLL COUNTY -- The Green Forest Lady Tigers had a run-away game last Thursday at home with the Yellville-Summit Lady Panthers, who were unable to get three outs on the Lady Tigers in the first inning.

So they quit keeping score and played the rest of the night in a scrimmage/JV format.

The Berryville Lady Bobcats hosted Pea Ridge the same day and hit the ball well, but the Lady Blackhawks hit it better in a 12-5 win.

Berryville vs. Pea Ridge

PR- 0-0-2-1-7-0-2

BV- 1-1-0-1-2-0-0

Coach Ryan Staggs reported that the Lady Blackhawks won the game, 12-5.

"We left the bases loaded twice and left 12 runners on base,"?Coach Staggs said. "That's the story of the game."

Pea Ridge also won a JV game, 7-3.

Pitching- Carla Goins threw for four innings and gave up six runs. Then Tabitha Tedder went the final three innings, also giving up six runs. Danielle Changus caught the game.

Hits- Ashley Edens- 1/4; Hailey Russell- 2/4; Elise Holman- 2/5; Megan Gibbins- 2/4.

Green Forest vs Yellville

The Yellville-Summit Lady Panthers were unable to get three outs on the Lady Tigers in the first inning, so with the score 20-0, and the Green Forest batting order coming around one more time, the game was turned into a scrimmage atmosphere at that point.

"We played a three-out or three-run format, whichever came first," Coach Kayla Madewell said. "We went two or three more innings, then Yellville put a new nine in. We started JV play at that point.

"All 11 of ours played well, got on base, and came across home plate."

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