Photos by Johnna Morgan
The Lavaca Lady Arrows made short order of Yellville-Summitt today in the quarter final game of the 2A West Regional. In doing so, they have sent a message that they are the team to beat. The Lady Arrows came into the regional tournament with a chip on their shoulder. They lost a heartbreak game to rival Hackett in the District championship game that they have not really gotten over yet. The goal and hope is to meet up again with Hackett in the finals of the Regional Tournament for a rubber match opportunity. Today, they put everyone on notice that they are not to be toyed with.
It only took 3 innings for the Lady Arrows to take down Yellville by a score of 16-1. Pitcher, BethAnn May gave up only two hits on the day and no walks. While her team backed her up with eight hits of their own along with eight walks scoring sixteen times. Sierra Lamb and Kinzee Jo Brown lead the team at the plate with two hits each. BethAnn May and Lindsey Morgan lead the team in scoring with three runs each on a day when everyone in the lineup reached home plate.
The Lady Arrows have punched their ticket to the State Tournament next week, but first the will play tomorrow at 1pm against Hector in the semi final game followed by the championship game to be played at 3:30.