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Lady Cats fall to Villa Rica in Super Regional finals

Woodland senior Cambrie Carrington homered in the Lady Cats' win Friday over Winder-Barrow.

The Woodland softball reached the championship round of the Villa Rica Super Regional Friday evening needing two wins over host Villa Rica to advance, but fell in Game 6 of the tournament 13-4.

Villa Rica, who now advances to the Class 5A State Tournament Elite Eight in Columbus October 26-29, started fast scoring four times in the bottom of the first inning on four hits and a Woodland error. They added four more runs in the second inning to go up 8-0.

Woodland put together its own four hit frame in the third to narrow the margin to 8-2 but never got any closer.

Villa Rica (28-5) tacked on an additional runs in the third, fourth, and fifth innings to secure their five inning victory.

Toree Wofford (5 IP, 4ER, 7H, 0BB, 3K) was the winning pitcher for Villa Rica. She also powered their offense with a double, three home runs, and four RBIs. Wofford had solo home runs in the second and third innings and her two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth ended the game by run rule. Addie Orr also had four RBIs with a double and a home run.

Jordan Hammonds had two hits for Woodland. Peyton Dorn, Kamryn Smith (RBI), Cambrie Carrington (2 RBIs), Haley Collum, and Alana Carnes had one hit each in the loss.

Collum (1 IP, 4R, 1ER, 4H) was tagged with the pitching loss. Ashlyn Dowdy (3.1 IP, 9ER, 10H, 0BB, 2K) also pitched for Woodland.

Woodland’s season ends with a 17-17 record and a runner-up finish in the Super Regional.


Woodland coach Todd Eubanks talks a situation over with his infielders.

Woodland softball advanced to the finals of the Villa Rica Super Regional in Class 5A Friday afternoon with a 14-5 win over Winder-Barrow.

The win for the Lady Cats was redemption for an earlier loss to the Lady Bulldoggs in the opening round of the double-elimination tournament.

Woodland finished with ten hits and got a solid five inning pitching performance from freshman Haley Collum. The Lady Cats’ hurler scattered eight hits and two walks while striking out five.

Jordan Hammonds had two hits with five RBIs in the Woodland win. Peyton Dorn had two hits with four RBIs and Elizabeth Hartsfield also collected two hits. Cambrie Carrington ignited the Lady Cats offense with a first inning, two-run homer while Mackenzie Araya, Collum, and Bailey Sakacsi (2 RBIs) added one hit each. Alana Carnes chipped in with one RBI.

The Woodland win put the Lady Cats in the Super Regional finals where they needed two wins over host Villa Rica.


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