The Winona softball team got busy last week in a doubleheader sweep of Humphreys County.
The Lady Tigers swept the division doubleheader, winning 17-1 and 21-0.
Winona 17, Humphreys County 1
The Lady Tigers scored all of their runs in the first inning and took a run-rule victory on Monday in a division doubleheader.
Humphreys scored one run in the top of the first and Winona responded with all 17 runs in the bottom of the first.
Winona only had one hit and that was a home run by Aasjahia Garron, who also scored two runs and drove home two runs. Marilois Ussery walked three times and scored two runs while Gracie Cordell and Emma Marshall walked twice and scored twice. Alexis Matthews and Dorothy Martin each scored two runs apiece.
The Lady Tigers had 29 stolen bases in the game as Martin and Cordell each stole five bases. Cassie Thomas and Ussery had four steals apiece while Matthews had three steals. Mia Coy Bridges and Garron each had two steals apiece.
Matthews pitched all three innings and gave up one run on three walks while not allowing a hit and striking out five.
Winona 21, Humphreys County 0
The Lady Tigers didn’t give up a hit as they took another run-rule win over Humphreys on Monday in the second game of a division doubleheader.
Winona scored 13 runs in the first inning and eight in the second.
Winona had nine hits in the contest and drew eight walks and had six hit batters.
Winona had nine hits with seven of them being extra base hits. Olivia Swindle had a big game, going 2-for-3 with a double and a grand slam as she scored twice and drove in four runs. Dorothy Martin had a home run and drove in three runs while scoring twice. Aasjahla Garron also homered, scored three runs and drove in two runs. Gracie Cordell doubled and scored two runs while Amia Weathersby and Sara Winters both doubled and drove in a run.
Winona had 17 stolen bases as Matthews stole four bases. Cordell and Ussery each had three steals while Emma Marshall had two steals.
Swindle started in the circle and pitched both innings as she walked three and struck out four.