North Lamar Pantherettes finish Spring Hill tournament with a 5-1 Record
The North Lamar Pantherettes varsity softball team finished 5-1 in the Spring Hill tournament over the weekend. The Pantherettes offense was in full force during the tournament as well as Lauren Coursey and Delaney England were named to the All-Tournament Team. Here’s a recap of the games:
North Lamar 17 – New Diana 1
North Lamar hit four home runs in the victory, including two by Coursey. Coursey finished with six RBI for the game on three hits for the Pantherettes. Maddison Morrison hit a two-run homer while Balee Brown hit a three-run homer in the victory. Sarah Penrose only allowed one run in five innings pitched.
North Lamar 13 – Sabine 5
North Lamar Pantherette Varsity was led by Tanna Huie‘s hitting. Tanna went 4-5 and scored three runs. She doubled in the sixth inning and singled in the third, fourth, and sixth innings. Kayla Igleheart hit a three-run homer for the Pantherettes as well. Morrison got the win for North Lamar as she pitched five innings and struck out three.
North Lamar 7 – Pleasant Grove 6
North Lamar scored all seven run in the first three innings of their game against Pleasant Grove and were able to hold on for the one-run victory. North Lamar benefited from three home runs hit by the team. Coursey, Huie and Morrison all went deep for the Pantherettes in the win.
North Lamar 8 – Spring Hill 3
Coursey had another great game as she drove in three runs for the Pantherettes. Penrose got the win for North Lamar as she pitched five innings and only allowed three run. She also helped her cause at the plate as she knocked in a home run for North Lamar.
North Lamar 11 – Harmony 3
North Lamar held on to a 5-3 lead entering the seventh inning. That’s when the Pantherettes offense busted out for six more runs to blow the game open. Coursey had six RBI for North Lamar, including two singles, a double and a home run. Sarah Penrose picked up the win for North Lamar Pantherette Varsity. Sarah allowed no earned runs, four hits and one walk while striking out two over six innings of work.
Whitehouse 3 – North Lamar 2
North Lamar out hit Whitehouse 5-2 but they lost where it counted: on the scoreboard. North Lamar got RBI’s from Huie and Coursey but it wasn’t enough.