JDCC softball now 10-20
The Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team recently went 4-7 in their recent 11 games. But while the Lady Warhawks only picked up four wins, two came against the defending 2011 state champs—Central Alabama Community College—Thursday at home winning game one 2-1 and game two 4-3 in extra innings.
The game was a makeup game from the first game of the season and came less than 10 days after the Lady Warhawks were swept by CACC in Alex City. With the wins, JDCC is now 10-20 overall.
In other games for the Lady Warhawks, JDCC lost 5-3 and 7-4 to Iowa Central at home Tuesday. In games in Montgomery, JDCC lost to Shelton State 9-1, Snead State 8-0 and Gadsden State 11-2.
Playing at the YMCA Sports Park last Friday due to wet field conditions at their own field, the Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team defeated Carl Sandburg 5-2 and 4-3 to improve their record.
In their first games against CACC, JDCC lost 3-1 in game one and 8-0 in game two.
Central Alabama Thursday:
Against Central Alabama at home Thursday, JDCC won 2-1 and 4-3.
“Mallori Armstrong and Elissa Kelly pitched great games yesterday and our offense kept fighting and put up enough runs to win both games,” JDCC head coach Misti Nims said. “Game two went to extra innings. Dymon Coachman had a walk off double with two outs to score Chelsea Brown and Morgan Agerton for the win.”
In game one, Armstrong went seven innings and allowed three hits and one earned run, walking one and striking out none.
Paige Odom had the lone RBI and Coachman and Carley Parker had one hit each along with Jennifer Fischer.
In game two, Kelly went eight innings and allowed eight hits, three runs, two earned, walked two and struck out six.
Coachman had two RBIs to lead the team and was 2-for-5 with a double.
Against Iowa Central Tuesday, JDCC was swept 5-3 and 7-4.
Laura Bishop took the loss on the mound for JDCC in game one.
Paula Odom, Crysta Paulson and Amber McMillan all had RBIs with Odom having a double.
In game two, Kelly took the loss on the mound. Amber Steadham had a double along with Fisher in the loss.
Shelton State 9, JDCC 1
The Lady Warhawks were held to one run while Shelton scored seven in the second inning to help get the win.
Kelly took the loss. Coachman had the lone RBI and two hits in the loss.
Snead State 8, JDCC 0
Against Snead, JDCC was held scoreless and Snead pounded out 11 hits and eight runs to get the win.
Odom had a double in the loss while Armstrong took the loss on the mound.
Gadsden State 11, JDCC 2
Against Gadsden State, JDCC was held to two runs and five hits while Gadsden had 11 runs and 14 hits. Jennifer Morris took the loss on the mound.
Morris had a double in the loss at the plate.
Playing at the YMCA Sports Park Friday due to wet field conditions at their own field, the Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team defeated Carl Sandburg 5-2 and 4-3 to improve their record.
In game one, Carl Sandburg, located in Illinois, scored all their runs in the first inning and the Jefferson Davis Community College Lady Warhawk softball team scored all their runs in the fifth inning to help get the win.
The Chargers led JDCC 2-0 after one inning of play before the Lady Warhawks scored all five runs in the fifth inning and batted around in the inning to get the win. JDCC had four hits in the inning and benefited from two CS errors.
Mallori Armstrong earned the win on the mound for JDCC. She went the complete game seven innings and allowed six hits, two runs, one earned, walked two and struck out four.
At the plate, Agerton led with a double.
In game two, Morris earned the win on the mound and Agerton also had a double and two RBIs at the plate.
Central Alabama 3-8, JDCC 1-0
Against Central Alabama earlier, JDCC lost game one 3-1 and game two 8-0.
In game one, Armstrong took the loss on the mound. Paulson led with a double.
In game two, Jaime Sanders took the loss on the mound while Fisher and Paulson had the only two hits for JDCC.
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