How sneaky of Baylor to break out a secret weapon in the state softball championship game.
Baylor beat GPS 3-0 on Saturday morning to win the TSSAA Division II-AA state championship in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
It reads “Bruisers” across the front of their jerseys, so the athletes wearing them at the TSSAA state softball tournament must think they’re supposed to win the championship.
Grace Academy’s softball team again will be bringing a trophy back to Chattanooga from the TSSAA Spring Fling, but again not the one the Lady Golden Eagles coveted.
For the Beech softball team, the third time wasn’t the charm, but the fourth did the trick just fine.
Kali Henderson’s two-run single in the bottom of the 10th lifted Soddy-Daisy by Riverdale 2-1 and into the Class AAA softball title game.
Grace Academy scored twice in the bottom of the eighth to beat Cornersville 3-2 in the Class A state softball tournament Friday.
Grace Academy’s players tried a little introspection before Thursday’s play, and it seemed to work.
Beech was one out away Thursday from heading to the losers bracket in the TSSAA Class AAA softball tournament. Instead, the Lady Buccaneers are one victory away from winning the championship.
Central got three RBIs from Sara Walker, three runs scored from Brook Womack and beat Bledsoe County 5-2 at Starplex No. 2 on Thursday in a losers-bracket game in the Class AA high school softball state tournament.
Braleigh Angel went 4-for-4, drove in two runs and scored twice for Baylor, which defeated GPS 5-2 today in the TSSAA Division II-AA winners-bracket final at the Spring Fling at Starplex No. 3.
Marion County, Grace Academy win
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — The softball game Wednesday between Decatur County Riverside and Grace Academy at Starplex No. 4 was worthy of a TSSAA Class A softball semifinal. But only the Lady Panthers are moving on in the winners-bracket.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — It would seem like a good sign for a pitcher when the first batter faced lines an apparent hit to right field, only to be thrown out at first base. It becomes magnified when that team loads the bases afterward.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Soddy-Daisy won its way into the Class AAA high school softball tournament's winners-bracket final by beating Seymour 2-0 and earned another victory Wednesday by keeping pitcher Kelsey Nunley away from any celebration.