The Lady Warriors Find Tough Competition in the MIC!
The Lady Warriors Varsity Softball team won last Friday's home non-conference game against Indianapolis Lutheran by a score of 9-1.
On Monday, they played well at home in a 12-4 victory over Greenwood Community. The Lady Warriors had 15 hits, including multiple hits from Hevon Williams, Alexis Jones, Shelbie Stotts, Autumn Terhune, Alise Terhune and Megan Sanders. Hevon Williams had a solo homer in her first at bat, while Jones, Stotts, Baxter, and both Terhunes added doubles. Alise also had a triple for good measure. Hevon had two RBIs while Alise had three RBIs and Madison Johnson added two more RBIs.
The defense played well with multiple good plays, including a diving catch of a sinking line drive by Madison Wagers. Meanwhile, Madison Waggoner earned the win, pitching 4 innings while giving up 5 hits and 2 runs. She also struck out 3. Shelbie Stotts earned the save, pitching 3 innings while giving up 3 hits and 2 runs. Shelbie struck out 5.
On Tuesday, Warren Central lost 11-9 to North Central. The Lady Warriors mounted a comeback in the sixth and seventh inning after falling behind by 8 runs earlier in the game. The Warriors scored two in the 6th when Autumn Terhune doubled and scored 4 more in the 7th with a two run home run by Shelbie Stotts in the 7th as well as run scoring hits from both Autumn and Alise Terhune.
Notable offensive performances included the Terhune sisters going 5 for 7 with 3 doubles and 6 RBIs. Lexi Jones and Shelbie Stotts both went 2 for 4 while Megan Sanders went 2 for 2, including a double and scored 3 runs.
On Thursday evening the Lady Warriors lost 13-1 to Center Grove. The Lady Warriors kept it close through 4 innings and were only down 3-1 going into the 5th. Center Grove broke the game open in the 5th, scoring 10 runs, with 6 different hitters driving in runs.
The Lady Warriors managed 2 hits and a walk with Shelbie Stotts scoring the only Warrior run on an RBI single from Aniah Baxter.
The Lady Warriors play Decatur Central Friday at Ben Davis in the first round of the County Tournament.