Local high school softball teams played in tournaments over the weekend

Local high school softball teams played in tournaments over the weekend.

CARTERSVILLE at North Cobb Tournament

Samantha Moss of Dunwoody threw a four inning no-hitter against Cartersville Friday as the Lady Wildcats won 14-0.

Dunwoody’s Savannah Hurley had three hits and five different Lady Wildcats drove in two runs each in their 12 hit attack.

Cartersville bounced back later Friday behind a two-hitter thrown by Hannah Todd. The Lady Canes shutout Bryan County 4-0. Todd struck out six in the win.

Madison McKinney (RBI), Molly Wilson, Brittany Huth, Paris Poston, and Michaela Crowe had one hit each for the Canes in their win.

Cartersville went extra innings to edge South Cobb 7-6 Saturday.

The Lady Canes saw a 6-2 lead slip away in the seventh when the Eagles scored four times to tie, but Colbi Ballard’s RBI single in the bottom of the eighth was the difference. Huth, Todd, Poston, and McKinney had two hits each against South Cobb as Cartersville evened their season mark at 10-10.

Todd was the complete game pitching winner for Cartersville. She recorded ten strikeouts.

Cartersville plays Heritage-Catoosa at home Tuesday (5:55p) and will travel to Ridgeland Thursday (5:55p).

ADAIRSVILLE hosting Tiger Town Invitational

The Lady Tigers were limited to only two hits — one each by Loren Harris and Alyssa Hughs (RBI) — in a 13-1 loss to Ringgold Friday night.

Saturday, Adairsville scored four times in the first three innings and added three more in the sixth to close out an 8-2 victory over Pace Academy.

Hughs led a 12-hit offensive attack by the Tigers with three hits and a pair of RBI. Hannah Knapp also drove in two runs.

Christian Heritage scored three runs in the first inning against Adairsville Saturday morning and that turned out to be enough for a win. The Lady Tigers were not able to take advantage of a two-hitter tossed by Natalie Burrow. Only one of the three runs were earned and she recorded one strikeout. Morgan Deboard had two hits for Adairsville.

Adairsville has two games on the road in the coming week. The Tigers travel to Ringgold Tuesday (6pm) and North Murray on Thursday (5:30pm).


at Score International Tournament, Chattanooga / Ringgold

The Lady Colonels fell to Murray County Saturday morning at Warner Park, 2-1. Hannah Lee suffered the tough luck pitchig loss although she allowed no earned runs on three hits in three innings of work. Cat White also pitched for Cass, working three scoreless frames.

Sierrah Gani had two hits for the Lady Colonels and drove in their only run in the first inning.

Cass trailed North Murray 1-0 going to the fifth inning in their second game Saturday, but posted nine runs in their final two frames to win 9-1. Gani led the offense with a pair of hits including a triple and three RBI. White also had a two hit game. Hannah Elrod and Sarah Fox both drove in two runs and had a hit apiece. Lee and Alexia Najarro also added one hit.

Sarah Moore pitched a six inning complete game for the win in the circle. Moore scattered three hits, walked five, and struck out one.

In Saturday’s third game, the Lady Colonels fell 11-1 to Heritage-Catoosa.

Elrod was 2-for-2 at the plate. Casey Brazell and Taylor Queen had the only other Cass hits. Heritage scored four times in the second inning and exploded for seven more in the fourth to put the game away.

The Lady Colonels play Tuesday in an important sub-region game at Sequoyah.

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