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Lady Lions spoil Caddo season opener


MI v CH softball 1 webMOUNT IDA – The Mount Ida Lady Lions move to 2-0 with a 16-0 victory over Caddo Hills, spoiling the Lady Indians’ season opener.
The Lady Lions hit well, recording 14 hits in 18 at bats. The highlight of the night was a game ending home run by Taylor Stover in the third inning.
Braelynne Bates led the team with three hits, including two triples, three runs and one RBI.
Addison Black had two hits, three runs and an RBI, followed by Madison Smith with two hits, two runs and two RBIs, and Mattie Fiorello with two hits and one run. Black and Smith each had two doubles.
Mallory Carr had one hit and one run, while Patty Anne Whisenhunt had one hit and one RBI. Peyton Burrow had a hit and a run and Kendra Burke had a hit, a run and an RBI. Taylor Stover hit a home run, scored tow runs and had three RBIs.
Addison Black recorded the first no hitter of her high school career, recording five strike outs and no base on balls. Caddo had two baserunners with Kathryn Cude reaching on an error and Alex Jackson was hit by a pitch.
Wraylin Phillips was the pitcher for Caddo Hills. She gave up 14 hits and 16 earned runs whle walking six.MI v CH softball 2 web
Mount Ida retired the top half of the order efficiently with Black facing three batters and recording two strikeouts.
Black led off the top of the inning with a double and scored two batters later when Smith doubled. Bates hit the first of her two triples scoring Smith. Bates would later score to end the inning with Mount Ida holding a 3-0 lead.
Cude reached base on an error in the top of the second, but the Lady Lions held the Lady Indians scoreless in the inning.
Mount Ida responded with three runs in the second. Farmer, Black and Bates all scored from third on wild pitches.
Jackson reached first base after being hit by a pitch, but was unable to move any further.
The Lady Lions exploded in the bottom half of the third, scoring 10 runs to end the game with the sportsmanship rule.
Stover led off with a walk and a run on a single by Kendra Burke and ended the inning with a three run home run over the right field fence.