Berry softball has mixed results for week

Kyla Edmonson is shown pitching for Berry against South Lamar.

The Berry softball team had a busy week of games with mixed results. On March 9, the Lady Wildcats defeated Pickens County 15 - 0. Brooke Blanton was the winning pitcher. She completed three innings with six strike outs. Blanton also contributed heavily at the plate, getting three hits in four at-bats with a double and four RBIs. Kyla Edmonson also had a big game offensively for Berry. Edmonson had three hits and three RBIs, which included a two-run homer.


Hub softball wins big against Phillips

Nevaeh Hobbler scoops up a ground ball at second base for Hubbertville.

The Hubbertville Lady Lions only played one softball game during the week, but they delivered with their best game of the year in defeating Phillips 13 - 0. Emma Nichols pitched a complete five innings shutout to claim the victory. Madison Cribb had two hits in four at-bats with a run scored and a RBI for Hubbertville. Brinley Burkett had a hit, scored two runs and drove in three runs.

Fayette suffers three losses for week in softball

Fayette lost three-of-four games for the week in softball. Fayette traveled to Curry for a game and was defeated by the score of 7-0. Lauren Seale suffered the loss on the mound for Fayette, pitching five innings and allowing seven runs on 13 hits. Samantha Cox led Fayette at the plate with two hits. Harley Johnson, Brandy Johnson and Zaylin Driver also had hits for the Lady Tigers.

Hubbertville softball gets first win over Brilliant

Tassie Lewis is shown pitching against the Brilliant Lady Tigers for Hubbertville. She pitched a complete game shutout for the win.

After opening the season with four losses, the Hubbertville Lady Lions captured its first win of the softball season with a 10 - 0 shutout victory over Brilliant. Tassie Lewis pitched the complete game shutout for Hubbertville, shutting down the Lady Tigers’ offense for the win.


Fayette Lady Tigers play in Lynn Tournament

The Fayette Lady Tigers played six games in the Lynn Softball Tournament Feb. 28-29 and a single game earlier in the week against South Lamar. The girls finished the week with a 4 - 3 record. On Feb. 25, Fayette traveled to South Lamar and was defeated 7-1. Brandy Johnson was the starting pitcher for Fayette and suffered the loss. She surrendered four runs on six hits while striking out one opposing batter.

Fayette opens its softball season with win over Berry

Dixie Moye is shown pitching for Hubbertville during a game against Fayette.

Fayette opened its 2020 softball season with an extra-inning win over Berry by the score of 9-8.
Berry rallied from four runs back in the top of the seventh inning to tie the game and send it to extra innings. The winning run scored when Zaylin Driver hit into a fielder’s choice in the bottom of the eighth to score a run.


Berry softball off to good start

Brooke Blanton is shown pitching for the Berry Lady Wildcats during the Berry Invitational Softball Tournament, held Feb. 21 - 22.

Despite rain forcing the postponement of some games, the Berry Lady Wildcats softball team is off to a good start for the 2020 season. Berry traveled to Fayette for its opening game on Monday, Feb. 17 and lost an overtime thriller to the Lady Tigers by the score of  9-8.


Berry makes softball regionals

Shown is Berry's 2019 softball team with the runner-up plaque from the area tournament.

On Thursday, May 9, the Berry High School softball team traveled to Choccolocco Park in Oxford to compete in the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s East Central Regional.  
Game one paired Berry against the Area Seven winner, Victory Christian. Berry’s bats came alive early, scoring seven runs in the top of the first while coasting to a 23-0 victory.