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Hartselle wins softball home opener

By Staff
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
Hartselle 3, Decatur 1
Hartselle's Lady Tigers picked up their third softball win of the season against two losses by defeating Decatur, 3-1, at home Monday night.
The Lady Tigers grabbed a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning on a walk, a stolen base and a two-out single. A solo homer by the Lady Red Raiders tied the score in the top of the fourth. The Lady Tigers sealed the win in the fifth inning on the strength of three back-to-back singles.
Hitters for Hartselle were Kristy Pevahouse, RBI single; Catie Keel, double; Michel Fields, RBI single; and Haley Miller, RBI single.
Lindsey Hawkins scored Decatur's only run on a leadoff home run in the fourth inning.
Breanna Segars was the winning pitcher and Mollie Russell was the loser.
Lady Tigers finish 2-2 at Sparkman Tournament
Hartselle's Lady Tigers had two wins and two losses in the Sparkman Pre-Season Invitational Tournament at Harvest on Friday night and Saturday.
"We went into the weekend knowing that we were going to play everyone," Hartselle head coach Shane Alexander said. "We wanted to win, of course, but we also wanted to see how our players would do against live pitching and other game-type situations.
"We had positive outcomes in our pitching and hitting. Defensively, we weren't as strong as I'd hope for. That's something we'll be working on to improve."
Game summaries are as follows:
Hartselle 6, Scottsboro 0
Sara Long hit a three-run homer for the Lady Tigers. Catie Keel finished 2-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI triple. Audrey McClanahan was the winning pitcher and had a RBI double.
Hartselle 12, Sylvania 1
Senior Kayla Orr put on an offensive display in the Lady Tigers' mercy rule win, finishing with two three-run home runs and a two-RBI double in a 3-for-3, eight-RBI performance.
Mary Curtis had two hits in two times at bat and two RBIs.
Sparkman 4, Hartselle 3
Orr finished 1-for-2 with a two-run home run and Kristy Pevahouse was 2-for-3 with a run scored. Sparkman is the defending Class 6A state champion.
Ider 4, Hartselle 0
Mary Curtis struck out 10 batters in four innings of work and allowed just two hits. Ider is the defending 2A state champion.

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