JDCC softball now 6-13

Published 9:11 am Monday, March 5, 2012

The Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team came away with a split Sunday at home against Chattahoochee Valley to see their record go to 6-13.
JDCC won game one over CVCC 11-2 before losing game two 7-2 in extra innings.
“We played well the first game,” JDCC head coach Misti Nims said. “We had really good at bats which we have been working on all week. The girls were more focused and Mallori (Armstrong) pitched a great game. The second game went to extra innings. We had base runners every inning and failed to utilize those opportunities to score. We made one key mistake defensively, walked two and hit one which allowed a five-run eighth for CVCC.”
Earlier in the week, JDCC was swept by Northwest Florida State College in Niceville to drop their record to 5-12. The Lady Warhawks lost both games by scores of 8-0.
JDCC is scheduled to be back in action Tuesday when they travel to Central Alabama. Game time is set for 2 and 4 p.m. in Alexander City.
JDCC will return home Friday, March 9, when they take on Carl Sandburg at 1 and 3 p.m.

In game one against Northwest Florida, the Lady Warhawks lost 8-0.
While holding JDCC to no runs, NWF scored five in the third inning to help get the win.
Jennifer Fisher was 1-for-2 along with Carley Parker. Dymon Coachman was 2-for-3.
Laura Bishop took the loss on the mound going 2 1/3 innings allowing six hits, seven runs, five earned, walked five and struck out none.
Armstrong went the final 1 2/3 innings allowing two hits, one earned run, walked none and struck out two.

NWF, 8, JDCC 0
In game two, NWF defeated JDCC by the exact score as game one, 8-0.
NWF pounded out 12 hits while holding JDCC to three and used a five-run fifth inning to seal the win.
Amber Steadham and Coachman were both 1-for-3 and Morgan Agerton was 1-for-2.
Armstrong took the loss on the mound pitching 4 1/3 innings allowing nine hits, two runs, none earned, and struck out one.
Jennifer Morris and Jaime Sanders also pitched in the loss.

In game one Sunday in Brewton against Chattahoochee Valley, the Warhawks scored seven runs in the first inning to propel them to an 11-2 win.
JDCC pounded out 10 hits in the win with Agerton and Paige Odom having doubles to lead the way. Agerton was 1-for-3 with one RBI while Odom was 2-for-3 with four RBIs to lead offensively for JDCC.
Armstrong earned the win going five innings allowing four hits, two runs, one earned, walked two and struck out three.

In game two, CVCC took a 7-2 win in extra innings scoring five in the extra frame to seal the win.
Steadham was 1-for-3 with a double and one RBI and Agerton was 1-for-3 with a double and one RBI. Coachman was 3-for-3.
Morris took the loss on the mound going three innings and allowing three hits, five runs, two earned, walked three and struck out one.