With their go big or go home attitude, the Hackett Lady Hornets are showing people that they are the real deal. After their 2-1 victory last night against the Paris Lady Eagles, Hackett is sitting at an 11-3 total play record and 1-0 in conference play.
The Lady Eagles were first to put up a run in the first inning. By the fourth inning the score read 2-1 Hackett and stayed that way until the game was called. Junior Autum Neal and freshman Sarah White brought home the two runs for the Lady Hornets. Sarah was the big winner of the night with her two hits, one runner batted in, one home run, one assist, and 10 putouts. Autum also grabbed a hit. Shayla Foster earned herself one steal and one runner batted in.
Freshman Madeline Freeman scored one hit, one steal, and two putouts. Lone senior on the team, Audrie Chaney, wrangled in three putouts. Sophomore Jamye Durham picked up three putouts and one assist. Sophomore Madi Taylor netted three putouts. And sophomore pitcher, Kayla Richardson, garnered one steal, two assists, and threw 108 pitches to 29 batters striking out eight.
Tonight, the Hackett Lady Hornets will prepare to pull the fuse on the 7-3 Scranton Lady Rockets in an away non-conference game with a start time of 4:30 p.m.
Pictures by Tanya White