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|Lady Wolves win pool at Vidalia|
Monterey High won the games it had to as the Lady Wolves won their pool at the Vidalia Softball Tournament Saturday in Vidalia.
"The girls played great during the tournament, and I'm really proud of them," said Monterey coach Hazel Brallier.
The host Lady Vikings went 2-2, falling to Caldwell, which went unbeaten to win its pool.
Vidalia defeated LaSall 3-0 and Rayville 3-2, but fell to Caldwell by a 4-0 score and Franklin Parish, 5-1.
"Overall we didn't hit well," said Vidalia coach Jeannie Hall. "We made some baserunning errors. It was a beautiful day to playing ball. I just wished our bats were as hot as the weather."
Mary Katherine Golden singled against Caldwell, while Kassi Randall singled twice against Rayville and Chelsea Warren and Brittany Evans each had a hit.
In the win over Rayvile, the contest went to an international tiebreaker as Randall started at second base with one out, stole third and scored on a passed ball.
Agaisnt Franklin Parish, Randall had two singles and Alaina Burns singled.
Chelsie McElwee and Randall had two hits against LaSalle.
Brittany Whittington got the win against Rayville, while Shelby Zimmerman was the winning pitcher againsst LaSalle.
Monterey started out the tournament on a high note as Holli Clay held Block without a hit in a 6-0 win before the Lady Wolves pounded Mangham, 11-3.
Against Block, Ariel Hector had a double, while Ellen Bairnsfather, Kendall Lipsey and Clay singled.
Clay was 2-for-2 and pitched a three-hitter in the Lady Wolves win over Mangham.
Kendall Lipsey, Logan Dale, Madison Simpson, Taylor Morace and Bairnsfather each singled.
The Lady Wolves were one-hit by Vicksburg pitcher K. Shelby in a 1-0 loss to the Missy Gators in the morning and then in an afternoon game, Harrisonburg held on for a 5-4 win.
Bairnsfather had Monterey's only hit in the contest.
It was the second time this year the Lady Bulldogs came from behind to defeat Monterey.
Bailey New doubled twice for Monterey, while Hector also doubled. Morace, Hector and Brooke Baker each singled.
The tournament was completed despite a significant chance of rain. Teams only had to deal with a slight drizzle early and cool temperatures on Saturday morning before temperatures heated up during the afternoon and evening.
Last year's tournament was cut short by rain.
"I just want to thank everyone who helped make this tournament a success," Hall said. "We could not have done it without all the volunteers."
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