Posted: Monday, September 5, 2011 7:01 pm
Lady Mustangs split
four tourney games
Ridgemont split four games in a middle school softball tournament in Paris over the weekend.
The Lady Mustangs beat Henry, 11-1, and Gibson County, 10-4, but lost to Stewart County, 5-0, and then Camden, 7-6.
Sheridan Bugg and Macey Beeler each picked up a pitching victory.
In R’mont’s victory vs. Henry, Macy Muirhead hit two inside-the-park home runs, while Bugg tripled and doubled to help her own cause. Carly Bramlett pitched in at the plate with a double.
In the triumph over GC, Marissa French circled the bases via an inside-the-park homer, while Muirhead singled twice and both Beeler and Keaton Cooper had base knocks.
French, Bugg, Muirhead and Cooper all had two hits apiece the Mustangs’ loss to Camden.
Now 5-4, Ridgemont plays at Lake Road on Tuesday.
will aid United Way
The United Way Fall Tennis Classic is scheduled for Oct. 7-9 at the Union City Courts adjacent to the middle school.
Entry fee is $15 plus a can of yellow Penn or Wilson USTA-approved tennis balls per player for each event entered.
The tournament will feature several categories in singles and doubles play for boys, girls, men and women.
Entry applications, with checks payable to United Way of Obion County, should be mailed to David Harris at 1601 West Reelfoot Ave. in Union City.
For more information, call Harris at (731) 796-1929 or Jason Adcock at (731) 819-0583.
Published in The Messenger 9.5.11