On March 3, the White County Middle School Warriorette softball team went to Avery Trace to complete game two of a two-game series of conference play.
The Warriorettes’ bats were on fire as they put 13 points up on Avery Trace. In the first inning, Addison Howell scored the first points of the game, with a two-run inside-the-park homerun to end the inning 2-0.
The next points of the game would not be scored until the third inning. In the third inning, Kaylee Sanders would hit an RBI double, Howell a double, Callie Phillips a triple, and Jay-Lynn Keith a single to advance the score to 7-0.
The fourth inning is when the Warriorettes’ bats really came alive. In the fourth, Rylee Groce would hit a double, Sanders would bring Groce home with an RBI single, Kylie Norvell would add to the score with an inside-the-park homerun, and Keith would also get a single in the inning.
Defensively, the Warriorettes were solid as they allowed no runs to be scored. Addison Howell pitched a great game with multiple strikeouts.
With both offense and defense firing on all cylinders, the Warriorettes start their season off 2-0, with two double-digit lead wins.
The Warriorettes’ junior varsity would, unfortunately, fall to Avery Trace, on March 3, in a close 8-7 game. Notably, Jada Wright would also hit an inside-the-park homerun in the junior varsity game. The junior varsity team is now 1-1 on the season.
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