Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY


March 21, 2014

Trojanettes beat Caverna for tennis win; Monroe Co. girls lose


GLASGOW — Monroe County girls lose

The Monroe County Lady Falcons struggled in the field Thursday in their softball opener against Cumberland County and it cost them as they dropped a 17-1 decision.

“We got off to a good start, holding the Lady Panthers to just one run in the first inning,” said Monroe County coach Katresa Collins. “However, first game jitters combined with multiple fielding and throwing errors allowed the Lady Panthers to take a commanding lead. We could never recover, scoring just one run for the game.”

Caverna loses All ‘A’ opener

The Caverna High School Colonels couldn’t generate much offense recently when they battled Campbellsville in the first round of the Class “A” Regional Baseball Tournament. The Colonels struggled in the field, making a total of 10 team errors, and it proved costly as Caverna dropped an 18-2 decision to the Tigers.

Jordan Slagle was the losing pitcher for Caverna. He gave up four runs over two innings. Trevor Neely and Anthony Phillips came on in relief.

Trojanettes rout Logan Co.

The Barren County Trojanettes pounded the ball recently as they picked up an easy 13-1 softball victory over Logan County.

A nine-run explosion in the second inning carried Barren County Trojanettes to the win.

Brilee Houchens racked up three RBIs on two hits for Barren County. She singled in the second inning and homered in the fifth inning.

Logan County couldn’t get anything going so long as BCHS pitcher Makenzie Wells was on the hill. Logan County managed just one hit off of Wells.


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Barren County vs. Glasgow Challenge Cup boys golf