Topic: Clarksville High School Lady Wildcats Softball
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The Lady Wildcat’s outstanding starting pitcher, Heather Norris, got a complete game shutout victory with the help of some excellent defense played by her teammates.
“I was proud of the girls. I thought defensively, that was the best defense they played all year,” Lady Wildcat’s head coach Brian Rush said. “There were a lot of bang-bang plays and our girls never flinched.”
Clarksville, TN – For the third time in three days, the Clarksville High Lady Wildcats and the Northeast Lady Eagles faced off. But this time, after the last echo of a softball coming off an aluminum bat faded and the red dust kicked up from slides settled, a District 10-AAA Tournament Champion was crowned.
The Lady Wildcats held off a late rally by the Lady Eagles to win the final District 10-AAA Tournament Championship game, 8-6.
McKenzie Rose hit a three-run homer in her first at bat to give the Lady Wildcats a 4-1 lead at the bottom of the first inning. Going into the sixth, the Lady Wildcats had expanded their lead to 6-2.
Clarksville, TN – What a difference a day makes.
One day ago, the Clarksville Lady Wildcats waged a seven-inning battle against the Northeast Lady Eagles, both teams combining to score three runs and the Lady Wildcats losing 2-1.
A day later, on Wednesday, May 7th, the Lady Wildcats had to defeat the Kenwood Lady Knights to get a rematch against the Lady Eagles and possibly force a third game to determine the 2014 District 10-AAA Tournament Champion.
Northeast Softball’s Autumn Adams Steals Home to give Lady Eagles 2-1 win over Clarksville High Lady Wildcats
Clarksville, TN – Like so many great games, it came down to one play.
The top two seeds in the District 10-AAA softball tournament: The Clarksville High Lady Wildcats and the Northeast Lady Eagles- faced off at Clarksville High Tuesday, May 6th, and the game was decided by one play.
Tied 1-1 in the top of the sixth inning, a missed ball at third base allowed Autumn Adams to steal home and score the run that let her Lady Eagles defeat the Lady Wildcats, 2-1.
In softball, the regular season champions, Clarksville High Lady Wildcats hosted two games of the tournament at their field.
The baseball tournament is double elimination, with a winners and losers bracket, hosted at the district’s number one and two seeds sites. The top seeded Clarksville High Wildcats hosted two games as well as the second seeded Rossiew Hawks.
Clarksville Lady Wildcats Defeat Northeast Lady Eagles 4-0, Clinch District 10-AAA Regular Season Title
The Lady Wildcats scored three runs in the first inning. Although they added one more run in the seventh, Heather Norris made sure the first three was all they needed by pitching a shutout.
Norris struck out 11 and allowed just four hits in the Lady Wildcats 13th conference win of the season. Norris’ catcher, Haley Bearden, slugged bombs into the outfield all day, batting 2-for-4 with a single and a 2 RBI double.
A defensive lapse allowed Kenwood’s Imani Largin to steal home to give her team a 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning. However, that would be the only run allowed by the Lady Wildcats.
Conversely, the Lady Wildcats plated two runs in the third and Peyton Wilson hit a solo homer 205 feet over the left field fence in the fifth.
Clarksville, TN – The Northeast Lady Eagles won a shootout against the Clarksville Lady Wildcats 8-6 to advance in the Gold Bracket of the 2014 Tennessee Softball Coaches Association (TSCA) Softball Tournament Saturday, April 12th.
The softballs were flying at North Field 4 of Heritage Park as the Lady Wildcats and the Lady Eagles combined to generate 18 hits in their TSCA tournament showdown.
The Lady Eagles did the majority of swinging, making 12 total hits in the game. Autumn Adams and Ciara Aragon led the way, both batting 2-for-3 in the game.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s softball team hit four home runs in the final two innings, March 24th, versus Northwest High School to break a 3-3 tie and pull away for a 14-3 District 10-AAA victory.
After having played even for the first three innings, it looked like Clarksville High (11-6, 3-0 District 10-AAA) would miss out on adding to its lead in the top of the fourth, as Northwest got the first two batters out quickly, but saw Heather Norris keep the inning alive with a double.
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