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Friday, June 21, 2024

The Team Your Coach Warned You About


Pictured is #11 Jamye Durham

It’s been a remarkable season so far for the Hackett Lady Hornets. The girls have not only had games canceled but have played in brutally cold temperatures and yet have still come out on top. With their win on Monday against the Westside Lady Rebels, the Lady Hornets have upgraded their total season record to 6-2. Hackett will start their conference play in two weeks against Hector.

#15 Madi Taylor

The Lady Hornets wasted no time getting to work in Monday nights game against the Lady Rebels. In the second inning, the score read 4-0 Hackett but unfortunately for Westside, the Lady Hornets were only getting started. By the time the seventh inning ended and the dust had settled, it was already too late for the Lady Rebels. Hackett walked away with a final score of 13-0.

#21 Sarah White

Runnin’ for the hills was Shayla Foster with three runs. Rachel Widmer and Madeline Freeman with two apiece. And with one each was Autum Neal, Audrie Chaney, Kadence Glass, Madi Taylor, Sarah White, and Emma Infalt.

#2 Audrie Chaney

Steppin’ up to the plate with more hits than the Temptations was Madeline Freeman, Sarah White, Shayla Foster, Kayla Richardson, and Jamye Durham with two hits each. With one hit each was Jordan Duncan, Autum Neal, Audrie Chaney, Kadence Glass, Rachel Widmer, and Emma Infalt.

Lady Hornets

Stealing bases while no one was looking with a combined 3 were Rachel Widmer, Shayla Foster, and Kayla Richardson. And pitching softballs like they were ideas in a corporate meeting was Kayla with 115 pitches. She faced 29 batters striking out 13 of them.

The Hackett Lady Hornets will take a little break and then get back to work with their next game on March 25 against Mountainburg at 4:30 p.m.

Pictures provided by Tanya White

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