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Hartselle Enquirer

Late rally gets best of Lady Tigers

| Caleb Suggs
| Caleb Suggs

Hartselle falls late to Lawrence County

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

It was a bitter sweet moment for the class of 2016 seniors on Mon., April 25th when they welcomed the Lawrence County Red Devils. It was senior night for the Hartselle seniors and with the season winding down there is just a few more games left, so the Tigers were determined to make the best of it. However, Lawrence County was determined to spoil the special night for the seniors.

Lawrence County would start off hot as they put two runners on base with just one out. However, Hope Cain would finish strong by pitching two straight strikeouts to end the top of the first.

Hartselle would get on top of the Red Devils early in the second when Cain blasted a home run to take a 1-0 lead. The Tigers would try to add on in the third when Anna Stinson singled to start the inning but Hartselle would strand her on base.

In the fourth inning, after battling with the pitcher for 10 pitches, Kallie Cartee would knock in a double. Bailey Powell would also get on base after being hit by a pitch, so the Tigers had two runners on with just 0 outs. Cartee would score on an error to put Hartselle up 2-0 but they would strand Powell on second base.

The Tigers would keep their hits going in the fifth inning when Makayla Hayes and Kaitlyn Spangler both singled to get on third and first base respectively. However, the Red Devils once again kept the Tigers off the board when they got the last out by throwing out a runner at home.

Lawrence County would begin their comeback in the sixth inning when they started the inning with a double. They would then hit a single to knock in the first run and cut the score to 2-1.

The Red Devils would keep it up in the seventh when they put two runners on with just one out. They would tie the game with a sacrifice ground out and then take the lead 3-2 when they singled.

Hartselle would try to make a comeback but would fall short as they lost the game 3-2.

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