Pictured is #00 Mackinzie Callahan
Last night in Hackett, two powerhouse teams from two different conferences went face to face in a back and forth struggle for dominance. The Lady Hornets hosted the Waldron Lady Bulldogs in an end of season non-conference match. Both teams are seeded in the top three of their standings so it’s no surprise that their offensive and defensive skills were on fire during the game.
The Lady Bulldogs were able to keep pace with the Lady Hornets but in the end, they lost control of the board and the game ended 6-3 Hackett. Mackinzie Callahan earned one hit and three putouts. Ashtyn Moore made one hit. Bayleigh Lipham secured one run and four putouts. Saige Mahar dominated with two hits, one RBI, one steal, one putout, and one assist.
Whitney Richmond grabbed two putouts. Taylor Stacy slammed one hit and three putouts. Kelsey Yother put up one run and two steals. Jayden Manning netted two putouts and two assists. The Lady Bulldogs saw two pitchers on the mound last night. Ashton Young catapulted 82 pitches to 23 batters striking out one. She also had one hit and one putout. Rheagan Sanford threw out 31 pitches to nine batters striking out two. Sanford also scored one run, one hit, one RBI, one steal, two putouts, and three assists.
The Waldron Lady Bulldogs are excited for their next adventure which is dominating their way to the top of Districts. The girls ended conference play 8-2. On Thursday, April 25 at 4 p.m. the 12-8 Lady Bulldogs will play the winner of the Lincoln versus Cedarville game. If Waldron wins, they will go on to battle Elkins on Friday, April 26 at 4 p.m. Districts are being played in Greenland.