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Hartselle Enquirer

Lady Rebels top Priceville

Caleb Suggs

Hartselle Enquirer

The West Morgan Lady Rebels bounced back from a shocking defeat to Falkville with a wild win over Priceville. The Rebels overcame a two run deficit to get the win.

West Morgan put their first runs on the board when Jada Terry was walked with the bases loaded and Aaliyah Wallace scored on an error. Shelby McCullough later drove in Hannah Cottingham with an RbI single to put the Rebels ip 3-0. Priceville cut the lead down to 3-2 when Destinee Hargrove and Kathleen Wheeler scored off an error.

Priceville tied the game in the third inning when Hannah Wheeler scored off a passed ball. The Lady Bulldogs took the lead 3-2 when Abigail Garrison hit a two RBI single to drive in Reagan Walter and Sara Beth Wilson.

West Morgan tied the game 5-5 in the fifth thanks to a two run homer from Taylor Goodpastor. Jada Terry added another three run homer to put the Rebels up 8-5.

Priceville managed to cut the Rebel’s lead to 8-6, but West Morgan still took the win 8-6. Jada Terry took the win for the Rebels. She entered in the third inning and gave up just two hits and one with three strikeouts. Taylor Goodpastor finished the game with three hits, including a home run, and two RBIs. Terry had four RBIs, three of which came from a home run. Madison Beddingfield took the loss for Priceville. She allowed five hits, seven runs and one home run with one strikeout in five innings.

West Morgan 7, Elkmont 1:

The West Morgan Lady Rebels jumped on Elkmont early to take the win in this game. The Rebels took a 3-0 after the first inning thanks to RBIs from Jada Terry, Emari Hutto and Shelby McCullough. Terry and McCullough hit a double and a single respectively. The Rebels added two more runs in the third thanks to RBI singles from Taylor Goodpastor and Jenna Louis. West Morgan went on to win the game 7-1. Jenna Louis got the win for the Rebels. She allowed eight hits but just one run with seven strikeouts in a complete game performance.

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