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TRM JV softball falls in championship game, WSN goes 1-2

In a six-team junior varsity softball tournament Saturday at the Brewton Area YMCA Sports Park, the T.R. Miller Lady Tigers finished in second place to the Jackson Aggies.
T.R. Miller went 3-1 in the tournament falling 7-1 in the championship game to Jackson.
W.S. Neal also played in the tournament and went 1-2.
T.R. Miller, now 7-4, defeated Atmore 14-0 in games one and Jackson 4-3 in game two to take first place in their pool.
In game three, T.R. Miller defeated Jay 8-4 before falling to Jackson in the championship game.
W.S. Neal defeated Jay 8-2 in game one before losing 3-2 to Daphne in their second game. In the single elimination tournament, the Lady Eagles, who are now 4-3, lost to Jackson 8-1.
No stats were known as of press time for W.S. Neal after their opening win against Jay.

WSN 8, Jay 2
W.S. Neal scored six first inning runs and batted around to help them get an 8-2 win over Jay in their first game of the tournament.
W.S. Neal added two more runs in the second inning while Jay’s runs came in the top of the first.
Haleigh Dubose earned the win on the mound for W.S. Neal as she went three innings and allowed one hit, struck out four and walked four.
W.S. Neal benefited from seven walks in the first inning and one hit batter to score their runs. Karissa Johnson had a single and Dubose had a triple and one RBI. Tori Wyatt added a single and one RBI in the win.

Game one: TRM 14, Atmore 0
In their first game of the tournament against Atmore, T.R. Miller used a 10-run second inning to take down the Blue Devils 14-0.
T.R. Miller added four runs in the third inning to help get the win.
Leslie Holmes led with a double and a single while Kelsey Thompson had a double. Jessica Allan had a single in the win for the Lady Tigers.
On the mound, Lizzy Pollitte allowed no hits, no walks and struck out three.

Game two: TRM 4, Jackson 3
In their second game, T.R. Miller edged out Jackson 4-3 to take first place in their pool.
Pollitte allowed two hits, three walks, hit two batters and struck out one in the win.
Allan was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.

Game three: TRM 8, Jay 4
In their single elimination game against Jay, Taylor Austin allowed two hits, walked three, hit two and struck out three to get the win.
Moriah Brundidge had a double and Holmes, Allan, and Thompson all had one hit.

Game four: Jackson 7, TRM 1
In the championship game against Jackson, Allan and Thompson all had one hit each.
On the mound, Austin allowed four hits, three walked and struck out one in the loss.
“This turned out to be a very good tournament,” T.R. Miller Lady Tiger head coach Greg White said. “All teams were pretty equal. I thought we did a nice job of putting ourselves in a position to win the tournament. We played two weeks ago in a tournament in Thomasville and we did not do a very good job of anything. So I was extremely proud of the effort that they gave today. It’s tough playing three or four games in a day. Some teams are able to handle it and some teams are not. I thought we handled it well today but we just came up a little short in the championship game. We were able to play a lot of kids and that will definitely help us out down the road.”

About Adam Robinson

My name is Adam Robinson and I have been the Sports Editor of the Brewton Standard since September 2007. I cover all the local sports in the Brewton area. I am a 2007 graduate of Troy University with a degree in Print Journalism with a contract in Sports Information. I married Shari Lynn in June of 2007 and we welcomed our first child, Hatlee, in April of 2010.

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