Barren edges CCHS
Barren County edged Cumberland County 4-2 Thursday in Burkesville.
The Trojanettes and Lady Panthers passed the lead back and forth five times, but in the end, Barren pulled out the win.
The Trojanettes took the lead in the sixth inning on an RBI single by Brilee Houchens off Taylor Waid, scoring Cheyenne Cumberland.
Kennedy Logsdon picked up the win for Barren. She allowed two earned runs, four hits and four walks while striking out four over seven innings of work.
Waid couldn't get it done in the circle for Cumberland, taking a loss. She lasted seven innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed four runs.
The top of the third saw Barren take an early lead, 1-0. Cheyenne Cumberland singled, plating Hannah Ward, who pinch ran for Maggie Bellamy after her single got things started.
The sixth spelled defeat for Cumberland County, as the Trojanettes grabbed the lead for good. More runners rounded the bases on a sacrifice fly by Katy Bridges and an RBI single by Shelby Wood.
Caverna doubles reach Round of 32
Jackson Bennett and Malcolm Bowman went from a play-in game at their regional tennis tournament to the semifinals. Then Thursday, they won their first round game at the state tournament before falling in the Round of 32 at the event.
They beat David Kline and Seth Wallace of North Oldham 1-6, 7-6, and 10-8 in a tie-breaker set in the Round of 64 to advance at the University of Kentucky on Thursday. They lost later in the day to Taylor Collins and Timothy Goodwin of Warren East 6-7, 1-6.
Lauren Coffey and Sydney Edwards of Metcalfe County lost in the Round of 64 to a doubles team from West Jessamine.
Alexander named all-region first team
Glasgow’s Baily Alexander was named first-team on the Region 4, All-Region Seasonal Team.
The Lady Scottie third base player signed in November to play softball in college at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville.
Also on the first team was Katie Young of Allen County-Scottsville.
Savannah Wood of Allen County was on the second team.
Taylor Williams of Glasgow, a sophomore, was honorable mention, as was senior Jordan Samuels of Metcalfe County.