The Lincoln County High School girls softball team recorded two more big wins, this time against The Meadows.
Heavy winds did little to slow down Lincoln’s offense. The Lady Lynx won the first game 22-8. Hannah Lytle did a phenomenal job pitching with her co-star catcher Kia Phillips. Kailey Kelly hit two home runs in the game. Bryn Wadsworth smacked a double and triple. Sadie Teel hit two doubles and both Easton Tingey and Chesnee Harding cracked doubles.
In the second game, LCHS won 17-1. Josie Burgess pitched a mean game, and Drew Cardinal belted out a home run. Tingey smacked two triples. Burgess and Abby Schimbeck both hit doubles.
The Lady Lynx are 16-8 overall and tied with Needles in the Division III Southern League with an 11-1 record. White Pine follows at 14-5 overall, 10-2 in league play.
The team played a final home game against Dixie High yesterday and won 11-0. The JV team also won 11-2. Last Tuesday’s games at White Pine were rescheduled to this Tuesday because of poor weather. Then it’s off to Laughlin (11-4, 8-4) Friday, May 6 for the final two regular season games.
The regional tournament kicks off in Laughlin on May 12.