Article by Blake Franklin-
On April 19, the Lady Tigers softball team made its way to Adamsville, Tennessee to go up against the Lady Cardinals. Lexington would put up a big number of total runs and hits in this game. The Lady Tigers came prepared and made it look easy. In the end, Lexington would run away with this one and cruise to a victory. The Lady Tigers beat Adamsville, 17-8.
In a dominant performance at the plate for Lexington, the Lady Tigers produced a total of 21 hits in the game as a team. The leading batter for LHS was Mykenzi Duke. She went 5 for 6 in the game and hit four singles, a double, and collected an RBI. Shay Hollingsworth, a freshman player for Lexington, followed her. Hollingsworth was 4 of 5, hitting four singles and recording four RBIs. Brooklyn Wood went 1 for 1 with a double, collecting two RBIs. Kyrsten Brown was 3 for 5, with one single, two doubles, and two RBIs. Lauren Hall, the lone senior, went 2 for 4 in the game. Hall had two singles and recorded two RBIs. Kylie Waldrep went 2 for 4 in the contest, hitting for a single, triple, and had an RBI. Marley Maness was 1 for 3 with a home run, collecting an RBI as well. Jadyn Yarbro went 1 for 4 in the game and Kennedy Brown was 2 for 6. Yarbro had a single and Brown hit for two singles.
Lexington started Cadey McDaniel in the game. She would throw six innings and come away with the win. McDaniel allowed three hits, one run, and struck out three batters. She would also issue two walks. Kailyn Melton entered the game for an inning. Melton gave up two hits, one walk, and…
For the complete story, see the April 28th edition of The Lexington Progress.