Hutchins sharp for Trinity in winPublished 12:01am Tuesday, August 28, 2012
ST. JOseph — Kailey Hutchins held Tensas Academy to two runs on three hits with a pair of strikeouts and she went 2-for-3 with two runs batted in as the Trinity Episcopal Lady Saints defeated the Tensas Academy Lady Chiefs 7-2 Monday afternoon.
Trinity scored three runs in the top of the second inning off starting pitcher Daley Jordan to take the lead for good. Tensas Academy scored one run in the bottom of the second, but that would be the closest the Lady Chiefs would get.
The Lady Saints put the game away with four runs in the top of the fourth inning to make it a 7-1 ball game. Tensas Academy (6-13) scored its other run in the bottom of the fourth. Hannah Fitt went 2-for-3 with one RBI and Mary Lewis was 2-for-4 for Trinity Episcopal (3-8).
Jordan gave up three runs on six hits with no strikeouts and two walks. Bailey Keyes pitched the final two innings and allowed four runs on five hits.
Due to the threat of rough weather from Tropical Storm Isaac, Trinity’s home game against MAIS District 5-AA opponent Columbia Academy has been delayed until some time next week, head coach Chris Hutchins said.
Also, Tensas Academy head coach Jay James said that the Lady Chiefs’ game at MAIS District 6-A opponent Wilkinson County Christian Academy has been postponed until Thursday, Sept. 6. He added that they will try to host Veritas School for one game at either 4 or 5 p.m. today, and that decision would be made this morning. If that game doesn’t take place today, the Lady Chiefs’ next game will be at Tallulah Academy at 5 p.m. Sept. 4.
Oak Forest 8, Centreville 1
CENTREVILLE — Oak Forest got plenty of offense Monday night during its game at Centreville Academy, but the Lady Tigers did not help their cause on defense.
Centreville committed six errors and Oak Forest pounded out 10 hits in the contest that saw Oak Forest come away with an 8-1 win.
Rebecca Davis held the Lady Tigers to six hits in the game, and Oak Forest committed just one error.
Ariana Bigner and Tori Rouse both doubled in the contest for Centreville. Bigner took the loss in the pitcher’s circle.
The loss dropped Centreville to 7-8 on the season.
The Lady Tigers were scheduled to play Silliman today, but head coach Mark Mann said he expects that game to be postponed. If the Lady Tigers do not play tonight, they will face Central Private at 7:15 p.m. Sept. 4.
ACCS falls to Amite School Center
LIBERTY — The Amite School Center Lady Rebels held on to defeat the Adams County Christian School Lady Rebels Monday afternoon. No other information of the game was available.
ACCS (14-11) is scheduled to host Brookhaven Academy in an MAIS District 5-AA game at 3 p.m. today. However, Lady Rebels head coach Forrest Foster said a decision on that game will be made this morning.