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Lady Trojans go 4-2 in last six contests

Published 11:10am Monday, April 28, 2014

Reports from the last six games of Lady Trojan softball are below:

CACC sweeps ESCC (April 15)
In game one of the doubleheader between the Lady Trojans and Enterprise State, Anna Gayle Norris, Shelby Lopez and Brianna Buie each went yard in a 21-0 romp over the Lady Boll Weevils.
Norris picked up four RBIs on 3-for-5 hitting. Lopez was 2-for-3 with four runs scored in addition to her home run. Buie and Breanna Garrett each went 2-for-5 with two RBIs.
Game two wasn’t as explosive for the Lady Trojans, but they tacked on 15 runs in a convincing win.
Nine Lady Trojans accounted for at least one RBI, with Chelsea Messer getting three RBIs, and Buie, Taylor Clinkenbeard and Whitney Woodyard each picking up two RBIs.

CACC drops two vs. SUCC (April 15)
In a stark contrast from their games against ESCC, CACC was shut down to the tune of 10-0 in game one vs. Southern Union. Norris had the only hit for CACC in that game.
In game two, CACC blew a 7-3 lead, as SUCC put up eight runs in the top of the sixth on its way to a 12-8 comeback win.
Lopez cleared the fence in the loss, and Messer had three RBIs.

CACC beats WSCC-Dothan (April 24)
Woodyard powered the Lady Trojans to a 6-2 win, picking up two RBIs to aid the CACC offense. Emily Nelson picked up a complete game victory.
In game two, Central Alabama shut down WSCC-Dothan’s offense, winning 12-0. Norris had four RBIs , and Nelson added three RBIs.
Central Alabama buried its opponent from the start, putting up 11 runs in the first inning.
Clinkebeard was 3-for-3 with two runs scored and two stolen bases. CACC concludes their season today in a home doubleheader versus Chattahoochee Valley. Game one starts at 3 p.m.

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