The Cumberland County High School Lady Jets softball team evened their District 6AAA record at 1-1 Wednesday, with a 3-2 win over the Cookeville Lady Cavaliers at Jet Park.

The Lady Jets were beaten 7-3 by the White County Warriorettes Tuesday.

CCHS 3, Cookeville 2: Danielle Lancianese was the winning pitcher, allowing two runs on four hits with one strikeout and two walks.

Kelly Walker was singled and doubled with one RBI, while Kat Kerr singled twice, and Lindsey Thompson doubled and singled. Lancianesse and Chelsie Hinch each cracked a single.

The Lady Jets had runners on base in five of six innings.

Lancianese singled in the first inning, but pinch runner Emily Russell was thrown out attempting to swipe second base, with Walker and Hinch both singling in the second inning.

CCHS scored three unearned runs in the bottom of the third inning on a double by Thompson, two errors, a ground out and a single by Kat Kerr for a 3-0 lead.

Thompson singled in the fourth, while Walker doubled and Kerr singled in the fifth.

Lancianese allowed a single in the first inning to Alysson Hazel.

She retired the next six hitters, before Abby Reader reached on a one-out error in the third. Reader was later thrown out attempting to steal second by catcher Rachel Rich.

Lancianese retired six more hitters, before giving up back-to-back, two-out walks and an RBI single by Reader.

Hazel led off the sixth with a single, was sacrificed to second and scored on a double by losing pitcher Jenny Hallums to slice the deficit to 3-2.

Reader reached on a two-out error in the top of the seventh, but Lady Jet shortstop Megan Winningham ripped a shot toward Lady Jet shortstop Hayley Melton, who dove to her left and then fired a strike to Thompson at second to get Reader to end the game.

White County 7, CCHS 3: Thompson was two for four in the Lady Jet loss to the Warriorettes Tuesday, while Beth Ann Swafford, Lancianese, Rich, Kerr, Walker and Hinch were all one for four in the game. Rich and Kerr slammed solo home runs for the Lady Jets.

Walker had six strikeouts for CCHS.

Schedule: CCHS was scheduled to travel to Oliver Springs Thursday and to host Rockwood at 5 p.m. today. They will host Smith County Monday at 5 p.m. and travel to Oak Ridge on Tuesday for a 6 p.m. contest.

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