Lady Tigers blank Sam Houston, 5-0
But fall to Brusley, Dutchtown
Hahnville pitcher Lauren Beadle shutout Sam Houston, giving up six hits and striking out four in seven innings.
Hahnville 6 Brusley 7
Hahnville suffered a heartbreaking loss to Brusley on Friday when their comeback attempt in the seventh inning fell just short.
Brusley jumped out to a 5-0 lead after four innings, but the Lady Tigers began to chip into that advantage in the bottom of the fourth.
Freshman Pryscilla Prince got Hahnville on the board with an RBI double to left field, and Taylor Hogan followed with a two-RBI single that scored both Madison Fremen and Prince to make the score 5-3.
Brusley added to their lead with a home run in the fifth, and took a 7-3 lead into the final inning.
But the Hahnville bats came alive in the bottom of the inning when sophomore Allison Arabie doubled to center field to drive in a run. Prince then jacked a two-RBI triple to left field cut the Brusley lead to 7-6.
With the tying run standing on third with two outs, Hahnville senior T. Hogan hit a hard grounder to the Brusley third baseman and was thrown out to end the game moments before touching the bag.
Prince led the Lady Tigers from the plate, going 2-for-2 with three RBIs. T. Hogan finished with two RBIs on one hit, while Arabie went 1-for-2 with an RBI.
Lauren Beadle suffered the loss after giving up five earned runs in seven innings.Hahnville 5 Sam Houston 0
The Lady Tigers rebounded from Friday’s loss with a 5-0 win over defending state champion Sam Houston.
Hahnville took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first due to an error and extended it to 2-0 after a home run by senior Lauren Simar in the third.
With Beadle cruising on the mound, the Lady Tigers put Sam Houston away with three runs in the bottom of the fourth.Caitlyn Robinson and Prince both scored on an error to put Hahnville up 4-0, and Maeson Martindale drove in the final run of the game by blasting a line drive to right field.
Martindale and Simar each finished with an RBI, while Jourdyn Hogan was a perfect 2-for-2 from the plate.
Beadle picked up the win in the shutout, giving up only six hits while striking out four in seven innings.Hahnville 2 Dutchtown 3
The Lady Tigers came out on the losing end of another close game on Saturday when they fell to Dutchtown, 3-2.
Hahnville took an early lead in the first inning on a home run by Prince, but neither team would score again until the sixth inning when Dutchtown tied the score in the bottom of the frame.
After a scoreless seventh inning, Dutchtown took control in the eighth with three runs on two hits. However, Hahnville threatened in the bottom of the inning.
With two outs and runners on second and third, J. Hogan slapped a double to left field that brought home Prince. However, T. Hogan was thrown out on a close play at home, which ended the game.
Prince, J. Hogan, T. Hogan and Simar were the only Lady Tigers to record hits in the defeat.
Beadle suffered the loss despite giving up only one earned run and six hits in eight innings.
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