Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

March 27, 2014

Lady Panther softball team wins one, loses twice last week


CROSSVILLE — The Stone Memorial Lady Panther softball team defeated Clarkrange and dropped district games to Warren County and Cookeville over the last week.

Cookeville 6, SMHS 3: The Lady Panthers fell to 1-2 in District 6AAA after their loss at Cookeville Tuesday night.

According to Craig Delk of the Herald Citizen, Chasity Hancock was three for four with two RBIs, and Ashley Wilson was two for four. Kaitlyn Reagan, Rachel Mattews, Megan Diem and Katherine Hamby each poked one hit.

Rachel Mathews and Ashley Wilson combined to give six runs on six hits with two strikeouts and two walks.

Warren County 10, SMHS 5: The SMHS softball team traveled to Warren county Friday night and lost to the Lady Pioneers 10-5. The Lady Panthers out hit Warren county 9-3, but the SMHS defense committed 13 errors on the night. Chasity Hancock went two for four with a double and Kayla Pennycuff was two for four. Rachel Mathews had two hits, including a solo home run. Kaitlyn Reagan, Meghan Diem, and Ashley Herbert each had one hit.

Starting Pitcher Rachel Mathews allowed three hits with six strikeouts. Ashley Wilson pitched one inning. Neither pitcher allowed an earned run.

SMHS 18, Clarkrange 0: SMHS hosted the Lady Buffs Monday night an cruised to 18-0 victory in three innings. Ashley Wilson went two for two and added her first career home run.

Chasity Hancock was two for tow with a double and Kaitlyn Reagan went two for three with a triple. Kayla Pennycuff was a perfect three for three,  while she and Rachel Mathews each had triples.

Ashley Herbert and Cege Baxter each had a pair of hits. Katherine Hamby and Emma Rockafellow each had a hit in the game.

Pitchers Rachel Mathews and Ashley Wilson combined for a no hitter.

The Lady Panthers didn't participate in the Gordonsville Tournament last weekend as scheduled.

Schedule: The Lady Panthers will return to the field Monday at 5 p.m. against Harriman, before playing at CCHS April 3.