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Larissa Preuitt picks up one of her two hits in the Lady Tigers 13-0 loss to Bob Jones. Special to the Enquirer/James Meadows.

Hartselle softball opens season with losses to Bob Jones and Sparkman

The Lady Tigers opened their season with back-to-back home losses to Bob Jones and Sparkman.

Bob Jones 11, Hartselle 0
The Lady Tigers fell behind early in their loss to the Patriots. Larissa Preuitt led the Tigers with a single, a double, and a stolen base. Karsi Lentz had a single and a stolen base, while Jada Henderson had a single.

Sparkman 13, Hartselle 1
The Lady Senator scored eight runs in the top of the seventh to pull away from the Lady Tigers in the 13-1 victory. Kaelyn Jones had two hits to lead Hartselle (0-2), while Lillyanna Cartee had a hit.

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