Lady Chargers win 10th straight

GHS runs past South Panola
BATESVILLE – The streak now stands at 10 for the Grenada Lady Chargers slow-pitch softball team. Tuesday, GHS pounded out 12 hits enroute to a 12-5 win over South Panola. The win improved them to 10-0 overall.

Grenada scored 10 of its 12 runs in the first three innings of action. The Lady Chargers would add two runs in the sixth.

The Lady Chargers scored three times in the first to take the lead. Elisabeth Eads doubled to start the offensive attack. Melissa Duke and Lyn Vance walked to load the bases.

Meredith Carver drove in two runs with a single. Courtesy runner Haley Moore scored on Lauren Poe’s fielders choice to make it 3-0.

The Lady Tigers would score a run in the home half of the first. GHS came eight back with five runs in the top of the second.

In the second, Grenada took advantage of walks and errors to get its runs. Meagan Jackson walked and Audra Long singled to right. Brittany Eikner walked to load the bases.

Duke ground ball was thrown away for an error allowing two runs to score. Reagan Jackson followed with a single to score two runs.

Grenada would add two more in the third inning. Eads and Duke both had singles. Vance drove in both with a single. Carver added a hit in the frame.

The sixth inning closed out the scoring as GHS scored twice more. Carver single followed by a single from Poe. Reagan Jackson drove in two runs with a single.

Carver was the hitting standout going 3-3 with 3 RBI. Reagan Jackson was 2-4 and drove in four runs. Eads finished 2-5.

Poe, 10-0, was the winning pitcher.

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Stephanie Dray was the winning pitcher as Grenada won a 2-1 decision.

Moore, Callie Lott, Cathy Bowles and Meg Logan all had singles. Amanda Hand drove in a run with a double. The second run scored on a sacrifice by Destanie Palmer.

Grenada returns to action Thursday when they travel to Humphreys County.

©The Daily Sentinel Star 2007

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