Area softball results August 20-22: Crisp sweeps Thursday games; Fullington and Wilcox add wins

Published 1:30 am Saturday, August 24, 2019

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Crisp County Lady Cougar softball teams sweep Thursday schedule

Thursday was another busy day for Crisp County’s middle and high school softball teams.

The High School Lady Cougar varsity and JV teams made the short trip over to Sylvester and came up with a sweep against Worth County High School’s teams by scores of 12-4 (varsity game) and 6-0 (JV). The middle school Lady Cougars picked up a shutout victory in a home game against Lee County East by a final score of 8-0 on the day.

CCHS vs Worth Co. 

The Crisp County varsity Lady Cougars picked up their first region win of the season over the Worth County Lady Rams in Sylvester by a 12-4 final score on Thursday.

“We’re excited to get a win out of our first region game,” said CCHS Head Coach Ben Robbins. “Our defense has got to play cleaner and they will.”

Rilee Duckworth got the start for the Lady Cougars in the pitcher’s circle for the region opener and she picked up the win after pitching five innings and striking out five batters while allowing six hits.

“Duckworth did her job and showed a lot of grit when we got down early in the game,” Coach Robbins said on the performance of the senior pitcher.

Offensively, Peyton Bozeman led CCHS in the contest with three hits, while Sara Ruth Raines accounted for two hits for Crisp.

Riley Blampied, Kirin Webb, Liv Taylor, Ainslee Forsythe, Macy West, and Rylee Little each had one hit for the Lady Cougars in the region victory.

“Our offense has shown good plate discipline so far this year and is starting to heat up. Any time the bottom third of your lineup has six hits it’s a good sign,” Robbins added.

The win over Worth County put the CCHS varsity team’s record at 4-2 overall on the season.

In JV action, Crisp County won against Worth earlier in the day by a final score of 6-0.

Peyton Adkins picked up the win in the pitcher’s circle for the Lady Cougars in the JV game.

Sydney Young was the offensive leader for Crisp in the JV contest with two hits, one walk, and two stolen bases.

The next games for the CCHS softball teams are scheduled for next Tuesday afternoon at Tift County High School.

CCMS 8, Lee County East 0 

The Crisp County Middle School Lady Cougars defeated Lee County East 8-0 on Thursday afternoon behind a great pitching performance from Reagan Bozeman.

She threw a six-inning complete game shutout, while allowing just one hit and striking out 12 batters to lead CCMS to the win.

The middle school Lady Cougars will next be in action on Tuesday afternoon when they play a road game at Schley County.


Fullington adds run-rule wins over Terrell and CA

The Fullington Academy Lady Trojan softball team added wins this week against Terrell Academy and Crisp Academy to bring their overall record to 6-3 so far on the season.

Lady Trojans 18, Terrell Academy 7 

On Tuesday afternoon, Fullington made a trip over to Dawson for a road game against the Terrell Academy Lady Eagles. Fullington came away with their fifth win of the season on the day, after run-ruling Terrell by a score of 18-7 after just four innings of play.

Fullington held a 6-5 lead after three innings in the game, and the Lady Trojans subsequently poured on 12 runs in the top half of the fourth frame to end the contest early.

Every player in the Fullington starting lineup scored at least one run in the contest.

Final offensive stats for the Lady Trojans in the contest were as follows: Marley Jones- one hit, one RBI, and two runs; Ella McGalliard- three hits, four RBIs, and two runs; Maddy McLeod- one hit, one RBI, and one run; Claire Thompson- one hit, two RBIs, and one run; Lauren Rucker- three hits, three RBIs, and two runs; Carmen Phillips- three hits, two RBIs, and one run; Parker Wall- one hit, three RBIs, and one run; Carlee Roberts and Lillie Grace Register- one walk and one run each; Maggie Rogers- two hits, one walk, and three runs.

McGalliard pitched three innings for Fullington in the contest and allowed just two earned runs, and Rogers pitched an inning in relief for the Lady Trojans and allowed just two unearned runs.

Lady Trojans 17, CA Lady Wildcats 3 

Fullington hosted Crisp Academy on Thursday afternoon in Pinehurst, and the Lady Trojans made it two wins for the week by defeating CA 17-3 in another run-rule shortened contest.

Final Fullington stats from the win over CA: McGalliard- two hits (one triple), four RBIs, and four runs; Rucker and Phillips- one hit and three runs apiece; Wall- one triple, four RBIs, and one run; Rogers- one hit and two RBIs; McLeod- one hit, one RBI, and two runs; Jones and Roberts- one run each; Register- one double.

Rogers pitched four innings and struck out five CA batters while conceding just three runs to get the win.

Eliza Hill led the CA batting lineup with a double, two RBIs, and a run scored. Isabel Fernandez tallied one hit and one run scored for the Lady Cats, and Abigail Brown scored the other CA run.

Fullington will be on the road at Windsor Academy on Tuesday afternoon for their next contest, while Crisp Academy’s next contest will be a home region game against Terrell on Thursday afternoon starting at 4 p.m.


Wilcox defeats Echols County, moves to 5-0 in region play

The Wilcox County High School softball team picked up a 16-4 road win over region opponent Echols County on Thursday afternoon, and with the win the Lady Patriots continued their unbeaten start to region play. Wilcox County’s overall record stood at 7-2 overall and 5-0 in region 2-A play following Thursday afternoon’s road win.

The Lady Patriots led in the contest by a score of 5-1 after two innings of play, before scoring three runs in the top of the third, followed by eight in the top of the fourth inning.

Blakelyn Bloodworth got the win in the pitcher’s circle for the Lady Patriots by pitching all four inning and allowing four unearned runs on just three hits and one walk.

The Wilcox batting lineup took advantage of several Echols County errors in the contest, while also accumulating 10 total hits and four walks.

Offensive stats for key Lady Patriot contributors in the contest were as follows: Grace Keene- two hits, three RBIs, and two runs; Maci Martin- two hits, one RBI, and three runs; Chastity Stephens- two hits, two RBIs, and one run; Bailee Barnard- one hit, one RBI, and two runs; Bloodworth- one hit, two walks, and two runs; Lexie Anderson- one hit, two RBIs, and two runs; Sara Nutt- one hit and one run; Dee Howard- one walk and three runs scored; Mackenzie White- one RBI.

Up next for the Lady Patriots is an important home region game on Tuesday afternoon against Lanier County, who is also off to an unbeaten start in region 2-A play (5-1 overall record, 3-0 in region play). First pitch on Tuesday afternoon in Rochelle is set for 6 p.m.