Lady Bulldog Softball Report

Lady Bulldogs Redeem Themselves after a Hard Loss

By Autumn McCoy

After a difficult loss Monday night to the Winnfield Lady Tigers with a final score of 17-0, the Lady Bulldogs were ready for redeem themselves. That would be their second loss in a row, and it was not sitting well. They found  that redemption Tuesday night when they made the short trip south to Lakeview to battle the Lady Gators. Harley Sepulvado # 11 was on the mound for the second straight game since starting pitcher, Bryn Danzy # 4 is out with an ankle injury. The Lady Bulldogs would score 12 in the first inning before being sent to the dugout by the home team. They were only one batter away from going through the lineup twice. The Gators were only able to score 4 in the bottom of the inning. Up to bat at the top of the second inning would add 9 more to the scoreboard for the Lady Bulldogs, and the third inning they would be able to add another 6 runs. The home team would not be completely blown out and refused to give up, scoring another 2 in both the second and third innings. Destiny Davis # 15 led the Lady Bulldogs in hits tonight, getting four. She singled in the first, tripled in the first, singled in the second, and singled in the third. The final score tonight was Red River 27, Lakeview 8. The Lady Bulldogs will take the field again Monday, April 4th at 4pm against Pleasant Hill at home.

Third Time’s a Charm for Mansfield Against Red River

The Mansfield Lady Tigers hosted the Red River Lady Bulldogs softball team Friday evening. It was the third time the ladies had battled on the field. Red River won the first two match ups of the season, but Mansfield would not leave without a battle this time. They started things off early in the first inning when they scored 3 runs. Red River would hold them until the third inning when they would score 9 more. Bryn Danzy #4 was on the mound for most of the game except only for part of one inning when Harley Sepulvado #11 would go in and relieve her. The Lady Bulldogs would go scoreless until the fourth and final inning when Paris Pennington # 8 scored while running for Danzy. Before the bottom of the final inning, Mansfield added another four runs making the score Mansfield 16, Red River 1. The Lady Bulldogs had a few good plays, with Shelby Pickett # 5 having 3 outs at third. Overall, though, Red River was plagued by errors by the young team, and Mansfield did not commit a single error in the field.

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