Lady Tigers beat Assumption, Dominican but fall to Live Oak
Hahnville 12†† †Assumption 2
The Lady Tigers trailed Assumption 2-0 heading into the fourth inning of their first tourney game, but exploded for 12 runs in the bottom of the frame to get the win and end the game early due to the mercy rule.
Sophomore Maeson Martindale led off the bottom of the fourth with a home run that seemed to energize her squad. Fellow sophomore Madison Fremen followed with a two RBI double to give her team a 3-2 lead, and freshman Maddison Leblanc singled to right to drive in yet another run.
Martindale got her second and third RBIs of the inning when she singled to right field and scored Caitlyn Robinson and Pryscilla Prince to put Hahnville on top 6-2.
A batter later, freshman Jourdyn Hogan doubled to bring home two more runs.
After scoring three more runs due to Assumption errors, Leblanc wrapped up the scoring for the Lady Tigers by singling in the 12th run of the inning.
Martindale led Hahnville from the plate, going 3-for-3 with three RBIs. Leblanc was 2-for-3 with three RBIs, while Fremen and J. Hogan both finished with two RBIs.
Junior Lauren Beadle picked up the win for Hahnville, striking out seven while giving up only three hits in five innings.Hahnville 2†† †Live Oak 8
After putting up 12 runs in a single inning the day before, Hahnville’s hitters struggled against Live Oak ace Amanda Holliday in an 8-2 loss.
Holliday allowed only four hits and one earned run in seven innings. She struck out one and walked three in the game.After Live Oak took a 1-0 lead to start the first, Hahnville answered in the bottom of the inning when senior Lauren Simar hit a sacrifice to score Prince.
Live Oak took a 3-1 lead in the fourth inning, but again the Lady Tigers responded by getting one of those runs back in the bottom of the frame on a line drive by junior Bryce Button.
However, Live Oak stormed out to a 6-2 lead in the fifth and added two more runs in the sixth to clinch the win.
Simar led Hahnville from the plate, finishing 2-for-2 with an RBI. Martindale and Prince were the only other Lady Tigers to record hits in the game.
Beadle suffered the loss after giving up 12 hits and four earned runs in seven innings.
Hahnville 6††† Dominican 1
The Lady Tigers got their groove back later that day by beating Dominican 6-1 in the final game of the tournament.
Hahnville jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning after an RBI single by J. Hogan and a two RBI double by Leblanc.
With Beadle holding the Dominican bats to a single run, the Lady Tigers built on their lead in the bottom of the fourth.
Prince singled to center to drive in freshman Allison Plaisance, and Taylor Hogan put her team on top 5-1 with a sacrifice that scored Kaylyn Morales.
Simar blasted a single to right to score the Lady Tigers final run of the game.
Leblanc led Hahnville from the plate, going 2-for-2 with two RBIs. Simar was a perfect 1-for-1 with an RBI, while Prince, J. Hogan and T. Hogan each drove in a run.
Beadle picked up the win for Hahnville after giving up only five hits and one run in seven innings.
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