Lady Bull­dogs still in re­gion soft­ball mix

The Standard Journal - - LOCAL SPORTS - Staff re­ports CHS

The Cedar­town Lady Bull­dogs are still in thr mix in 5-AAAA soft­ball, though their quest to get on a con­sis­tent win­ning streak is still to be de­ter­mined.

Cedar­town sat at 7-7 over­all and 3-5 in re­gion play af­ter a week­end dou­ble header against Ar­muchee where the Lady Bull­dogs put up a pair of wins over the Lady In­di­ans, 10-2 in game 1 and 6-0 in game 2.

It rounded out a past few weeks that have been up and down for Cedar­town, and just what was needed as they get back into a busy week ahead host­ing Cen­tral on Tues­day af­ter press time, and then trav­el­ing to Rock­mart to­day for an af­ter­noon ri­valry show­down be­fore a break and three more games to round out the sea­son.

The Lady Bull­dogs in past weeks have put up an 11-0 win over Sandy Creek on Aug. 28, a 7-1 loss to Chapel Hill on Aug. 30, a 10-3 win over Cartersville on Sept. 4 and a 3-1 loss to LaGrange to round out last week on Thurs­day be­fore the pair of wins this past Satur­day.

Up ahead af­ter play this week and a break af­ter to­day’s matchup against Rock­mart, they’ve got Troup County on the road to start next week on Tues­day, then host Sandy Creek on Sept. 20. The reg­u­lar sea­son rounds out on the road at Chapel Hill on Sept. 25.

If the Lady Jack­ets can win out their fi­nal four re­gion con­tests, it would put them in a good spot to stay in con­tention for the state play­offs.

Check back for more up­dates on the Lady Bull­dogs in com­ing edi­tions as the sea­son winds down.

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