All-SportsMic softball team

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FIRST TEAM Grace Hardee School: Houston County High Year: Senior Position: Left field/first base By the numbers: Batting average – .457; 43 hits; nine doubles; three triples; 16 homeruns; 47 runs scored; 50 RBIs; fielding percentage – .934; seven stolen bases Awards: Named the All-Region 1-AAAAAA Player of the Year. Coach’s (Angela Crawford) corner: “Best hitter to play at Houston …

Lady Bears, Lady Panthers eliminated from state tourney

Don Moncrief Featured, Houston County HS, Softball

UPDATE: FRIDAY, OCT. 27 After a hard-fought, 5-4, win over Pope, Houston County fell out of the GHSA Class AAAAAA state playoffs with a 3-1 loss to Evans a few hours later. Things – all of which took place at the Columbus Softball Complex Friday – started off well for Taylor Peebles. After two innings, she had given up a …

HoCo, Perry win – advance to Elite Eight and Columbus

Don Moncrief Featured, Houston County HS, Perry HS, Softball

Houston County and Perry have each punched their ticket to Columbus. No disrespect intended, but Lakeside, Evans hardly presented a bump in the road for the Lady Bears. They rolled to a 13-0 win in four innings in Game 1, and then beat the Lady Panthers 16-3 in five innings in Game 2. The “other” Lady Panthers won Game 1, …

HoCo sweeps in dramatic fashion; NHS eliminated

Don Moncrief Featured, Houston County HS, Northside HS, Softball

Rylee Lamb’s walk-off, two-out single in the bottom of the seventh gave Houston County exactly what it needed to sweep Richmond Hill in the first round of the GHSA Class AAAAAA state softball tournament. The Lady Bears won 9-8 as a result. The inning started with Megan Whitaker’s single. Kendall Huelsman sacrified her to second. The Lady Wildcats brought Alaina …

Perry advances; VHS falls in tourney openers

Don Moncrief Featured, Perry HS, Softball, Veterans HS

One advanced and one fell in GHSA state tournament softball play Wednesday. The first was Perry, which swept Columbus, 2-0 in Class AAAA. The second was Veterans, which got swept by South Effingham, 2-0 in Class AAAAA. Both were on the road. The Lady Panthers won both games by a score of 11-2, and both in five innings. They scored …