BHS wins ‘Battle of the Diamond’

Members of the Berry softball team are, from left, front: Ashlyn Smith and Brylee Kelly. Back: Head Coach Darrell Thomas, Danni Kate Naramore, Shayla Mayfield, Kinsly Aaron, Kryssa Fields, Karley Bonner, Sydney Rice, Ava Morrison, Kerra Aaron, Carrie Odom and Maggie Mauldin.

The Berry High School Lady Wildcats got next year’s season off to a good start, as they participated in the “Battle on the Diamond” softball tournament in Aliceville on June 16 and brought home the first place trophy.


Berry participates in softball playoffs

Ashlyn Smith throws to first base to record an out.

The Berry Lady Wildcats traveled to Lagoon Park in Montgomery last week to participate in the Central Regional Softball Playoffs. The Lady Wildcats, representing Class 1A, Area 8 as the runnerup in the area tournament, faced Keith in the first round of the regional and was defeated by the score of 13-9.


Berry makes softball playoffs

Pictured is the Berry softball team after finishing as area tournament runner-up.

Berry, Hubbertville and Fayette each played in their respective area softball tournaments last week, Berry advanced to the first round of the playoffs, while Hubbertville and Fayette each concluded their seasons. Berry traveled to South Lamar for the Class 1A, Area 8 tournament, beginning on Tuesday, May 2. The Lady Wildcats won its first round game against University Charter by the score of 6-3.


Fayette defeats Berry, loses in WAC Tournament

Fayette started the week with a 15-5 victory over Berry. Maggie Mauldin suffered the loss as pitcher for Berry. Rylee Hill hit a home run and a single for the Lady Wildcats, with a run scored and two RBIs. Sarah Rice had two hits, while Danni Kate Naramore had two hits and a RBI. Kerra Aaron and Ashlyn Smith each had doubles, with Smith also driving in a run. No Fayette stats were available for the game.


Softball Roundup

The Berry Lady Wildcats defeated Hubbertville by the score of 2-0 on April 4 in the only game that either school played last week. Maggie Mauldin pitched the complete game shutout, allowing only five hits and striking out nine batters to record the victory.


Lady Lions win tournament

The Lady Lions finished first in the Hubbertville Round-Robin Softball Tournament, held on Saturday, March 18. Prior to the tournament, Hubbertville lost to Winston County by the score of 19-9. Nevaeh Hoobler started the game at pitcher for the Lady Lions and suffered the loss. No other stats were available for the game.