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FB 0151 Edit EditChloe Fuller grabs a hit during the Coldspring-Shepherd district game.

By Charles Ballard
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The Coldspring Lady Trojans posted two wins over the Shepherd Lady Pirates last week, 1-0 on March 19 and 6-4 on Saturday.

The first game was close, ending in a walk-off run on a few errors that kept the win at Coldspring in the 7th inning; a few overthrown balls cost the Lady Pirates a win.

In the rematch, which was moved to Saturday because of weather, both teams opened up scoring, with the Lady Trojans putting up 6 to Shepherd’s 4.

On March 19, top offensive players for Coldspring were Haylee Rosales and Izzy Doggett, each with a hit apiece, with Addison Headley scoring the lone run.

Trinity Rosales got the win on the mound.

For Shepherd, Neveah Murphey and Rayen Alley each had two hits, while Adison Simpson and Isabelle Hooper added 1 apiece.

Jaycee Wilson and Isabelle Hooper shared mound duty, with Hooper given the loss.

On Saturday for Shepherd, Adison Simpson had 3 hits and 1 RBI and Neveah Murphey had 3 hits and 2 runs. Jayci Wilson and Isabelle Hooper each had 2 hits.

Wilson and Hooper shared pitching duties.

Stats for Coldspring were not available.


Coldspring, Shepherd split their district games last week.

Coldspring won the first round 4-3 in Coldspring in a late-inning push, while on Saturday the reverse happened, and Shepherd won by the same score.

During the first game the Trojans jumped out in front by two runs early in the game and managed to stay ahead during the game. Same happened during the second game the only difference was, in front of the hometown crowd Tristen Cullum managed to post the win during the second game. Luke Monroe took the win during the first game.

Both teams were playing as though it was a playoff game — the intensity and competition were high.  Coach Austin Riddell of Coldspring said, “We just lost our focus during the second game at the start of the eighth inning and could not regroup fast enough.”

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