Rec-league Tornadoes softball scoreboard

Staff Report
March 28, 2007 at 2:45 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

The St. Charles U-17 Girls Tornadoes softball team played their hearts out over the past two weeks.

Here are the scores for the St. Charles U-17 Girls Tornadoes for the past two weekends during the Baton Rouge Tournament that was held March 17 and 18 and the Lafreniere Tournament on March 24 and 25.

Baton Rouge Tournament

Game 1: The team beat HTSA Burn, 6-0. Goals: Megan Baker - 2, Carly Queen, Taylor Scyster, Jackie Rohde, Becca Murray. Assists: Christy Abell, Megan Baker, Tara Mince. Best defense: Jessica Cimino. Goalie: Carly Queen and Tara Mince.

Game 2: The team lost to the BRSA Cheetahs, 2-1. Goal: Sabrina Clement. Assist: Carly Queen. Goalie: Carly Queen and Tara Mince. Good defense: Jessica Lauland.

Game 3: The team lost to the LYSA Genesis, 1-0. Good defense: Heather Tizzard. Goalie: Tara Mince.

Lafreniere Tournament

Game 1: The team best the Vicksburg WAV United, 1-0. Goal: Jessica Scyster. Assist: Christy Abell. Goalie: Tara Mince. Good defense: Heather Tizzard.

Game 2: The team beat the Lafayette Lightning, 3-0. Goals: Heather Tizzard - penalty shot, Taylor Scyster, Sam May. Assists: Tayler Prindle, Jessica Rauch. Good defense: Rebecca Murray. Goalie: Tara Mince.

Game 3: The team tied with the Houma Strykers, 1-1. Goal: Taylor Scyster. Goalie and best defense: Tara Mince.

Semi finals: The team lost to the Lafreniere Crush, 1-0. Goalie: Tara Mince. Good defense: Jessica Lauland.




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