Lady Bulldogs leave 14 on base and nine in scoring position in home loss

The Toombs County Lady Bulldogs had plenty of scoring opportunities in a 7-4 home loss to Bryan County. They stroked eight hits after being two-hit by Metter in their last game. They had at least one base runner in each of the seven innings. However, they left 14 runners on base including nine in scoring position.

LiliAnn Pittman (1-for3) singled in a run with one out in the third inning, Lexie Martin (2-for-4) drove in a run with two down in the fifth with an opposite field single to right, Amber Braddock’s (2-for-4) single in the sixth plated one run and Jeslyn Smith (2-for-4) ended the TCHS scoring with a single in the seventh. Harley Hester went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored.

The Pitchers

Toombs County freshman Ashtyn Braddy
Bryan County senior Shelby Barfield

The Toombs County run producers

LiliAnn Pittman drives in a run in the third inning
Lexie Martin singles to right and drives in a run
Amber Braddock’s RBI hit in the sixth inning
Jesslyn Smith singles in the final Lady Bulldog run in the seventh

The Lady Bulldogs play defense

Shortstop Amber Braddock makes an over the shoulder catch
Catcher Rilyn Fitzgerald fields a ball near the third base line and gets an out
Jesslyn Smith makes a tough catch in left field
Amber Braddock gloves a grounder
Harley Hester takes care of a swinging bunt down the third base line
Jesslyn Smith snags a ball in left
LiliAnn Pittman scoops up a grounder near first base
The two teams meet in the circle after the game