Hartselle’s Kaitlyn Spanger is safe at third base in a game against Grisson in the opening round of last weekend’s Hartselle JV Tournament.
Hartselle’s Kaitlyn Spanger is safe at third base in a game against Grisson in the opening round of last weekend’s Hartselle JV Tournament.

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Hartselle JV softball wins home tourney

Published 12:55pm Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Hartselle’s JV Lady Tigers dominated Oak Mountain 11-2 to capture championship honors in their own tournament at the Grady and Margie Long Softball Complex on Saturday.

They racked up four wins in the two-day tournament, losing only to Albertville. 3-2, and outscored their opponents, 40-7.

Eight players launched hits in the championship game. Bailey Powell led the way with three hits, an RBI and two runs scored. Rose Braun and Sara Faulk each had a pair of hits, an RBI and two runs scored.

Other hitters were Anna Stinson, Kennadi Hogan, Gracie Poe, Jordan Finn and Luaren Speer.

Poe was the winning pitcher. She allowed three hits and two runs while striking out two batters and walking two.

Results of their other games are as follows:

HHS 11,Hoover 0

The Lady Tigers banged out 11 hits while preventing holding their opponent hitless.

Powell and Hogan each had a pair of hits and two RBIs. Credited with single hits were Poe, Aliva

Leslie, Speer, Braun, Finn, Anna Stinson and Faulk.

Poe was credited with the no-hitter. She allowed only one walk in four innings.

Albertville 3, Hartselle 2

The Lady Tigers fell to Albertville, 3-2, even though they out-hit the winners, 6-3.

Hitters for Hartselle were Stinson, Poe, Braun, Makayla Hayes, Hogan and Faulk.

Poe was the losing pitcher. She allowed three runs on three hits while striking out five batters and walking six.

HHS 11, Austin 0

Hartselle collected 17 hits against Austin.

Spangler led the way with three hits, an RBI and two runs scored. Brianna Wallace had two hits and three RBIs. Poe, Hayes, Hogan Bruan and Faulk each had a pair of hits and Powell and Stinson each had a hit.

Poe was the winning pitcher. She allowed no runs on three hits while striking out five batters and walking one.

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