Lakeview varsity squad goes 2-2 in Ringgold
The Lakeview Lady Warriors varsity squad split four games over the weekend at the Jesse Raines Duel on the Diamond Memorial Tournament at Jack Mattox Park.
On Friday, Dade County shut out Lakeview, 7-0, in pool play, limiting the Lady Warriors to just two base knocks in five innings. Caroline Wrape and Grace Wright had the lone hits for the Red-and-White.
Lakeview got its offense on track in the nightcap, needing just three innings to throttle Dalton, 14-1.
Destinee Smith had three RBIs in the win, while Wrape, Macy McGrew and Julie Shore collected two each. Wright and Anna Claire Vineyard each had two hits, while McGrew struck out three to pick up the win in the circle.
On Saturday, Lakeview found itself down 3-2 to Gladden in the second inning when the Red-and-White erupted for seven runs to put the game away and win, 9-3. Skylah Eakin doubled in the goahead run.
Wright and Haley Kendrick both collected two hits, while Kendrick and McGrew each knocked in two runs. Shore picked up the win in the circle, striking out three.
Against the GPS Bruisers from Chattanooga, Wright had the only hit for Lakeview as they fell, 12-0, and dropped to 2-3 overall on the season.
The Lady Warriors (0-1 in NGAC play) will be back in conference action on Tuesday at LaFayette. On Friday, they will host Rossville. Both games will begin at 5 p.m.
Dade County 7, Chattanooga Valley 0
Madison Bowman struck out seven batters last Tuesday, but the CVMS defense committed seven errors, leading to five unearned runs, and the Lady Eagles dropped a 7-1 decision to the Lady Wolverines in a game played at Ridgeland High School.
Cordasia Watkins knocked in the only run of the game for CVMS with a first-inning single.
Details of Monday’s game with Ringgold were not available as of press time. On Thusrday, the Lady Eagles will travel to LaFayette to face the Lady Ramblers.