JDCC softball swept in Louisiana and MississippiPublished 8:46am Tuesday, February 18, 2014
A recent trip out west for the Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team did not bring out the best as they went 0-4 in their games in Louisiana and Mississippi.
The Lady Warhawks took an 8-0 loss and a 9-0 loss Friday against LSU-Eunice before taking a 9-0 loss to Jones County and a 3-1 loss to East Mississippi on Saturday. The four losses for JDCC dropped their overall record to 2-8 this season. In three of the four games, JDCC was held to no runs and no hits.
While her team fell on hard times in the four-game stretch, JDCC head coach Misti Nims said the three teams her team faced are good teams and will make her team better when conference season rolls around.
“We played the defending National Champions for Division-II JUCO in LSU-Eunice and then played Jones County who is currently ranked 15th in the nation,” Nims said. “Our schedule is preparing us for conference play. The team understands that playing against great competition is going to make us better allowing us to learn from each game.”
JDCC was scheduled to take on Pensacola State Tuesday at home before playing in the LBW round robin Saturday. The Lady Warhawks will play at Huntingdon on Wednesday, Feb. 26 before returning home on Saturday March 1 for an eight-game home stand.
LSU-Eunice 8-9, JDCC 0-0
In two games against LSU-Eunice Friday, JDCC was outscored 17-0 and was out hit 22-0.
In game one, JDCC lost 8-0 before taking a 9-0 loss in game two.
In game one, LSUE used a five-run third inning to help get the win. In game two, LSU-E scored two runs each in the second, fourth and sixth innings and added three in the fifth to get the win.
No pitching stats or information was known as of press time.
Jones County 9, JDCC 0
Against Jones County Saturday, JDCC was once again blanked and held to no hits to take an 8-0. Jones scored eight runs in the third inning to help propel them to the win.
In the circle, Breanna Hall and Jessica Swindle pitched with Hall being the pitcher of record. The duo went four innings and allowed 10 hits, nine runs, five earned, and walked four.
East Mississippi 3, JDCC 1
In their final game in Mississippi, JDCC got the bats going but took a 3-1 loss to East Mississippi.
In the two-run loss, JDCC had four hits with Kaitlyn Kenfield, Audrey Hamric, Swindle and Hall all having hits. Rachel Seitz had the lone RBI.
Kaitlin Hadaway pitched for JDCC and took the loss. Hadaway went six innings and allowed eight hits, three runs, one earned, walked none and struck out four.