Lady Hawks’ season ends against Smithville
Defending 1A state champion Smithville advanced to the north half championship after earning a sweep of Myrtle over the weekend.
The Lady Seminoles took a 6-0 win last Thursday in game one, shutting out the Lady Hawks despite allowing seven hits.
Pitcher Audrey Kent fell to 15-3 on the season with the loss, and Amber Cook had multiple hits to lead Myrtle.
Smithville scored five of its runs over the first three innings, taking a 3-0 lead in the first. Breanna Edgeworth led the Lady Seminoles with three hits in the win, including a double.
Smithville took the series with an 11-1 win at home on Saturday. The Lady Seminoles built a 5-0 lead before Myrtle scored its lone run of the series in the third inning.
Myrtle was held to only two hits in the game; both from Emily Cook.
Angel Guyton and Morgan Barrett led Smithville with three hits each and improved to 20-6 on the season, while Myrtle finished the season at 17-6.
Smithville awaits the winner of the West Union-Vardaman series in the north half championship this weekend.
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