Woodsboro scored single runs in both the second and fourth innings, but at 2-0 it was still anyone’s game.
“We have to eliminate the defensive lapses like we had in the sixth; we made physical errors and mental errors that inning. We were never able to string base hits together or get more than two base runners on in an inning,” said head coach Anthony Ramirez.
The offense for the Pettus squad was provided by Hana Kruger, who reached on an error in the third. Tristian Moore was 1-2 in the game with a single in the first inning and a walk in the third. Madi Garza went 1-3 with a fourth inning single.
“Woodsboro pitcher Jamie Wilson did a good job of changing the speed of her pitches, keeping us off balance,” Ramirez said.
The Lady Eagles played at home on Tuesday night against the Three Rivers Lady Bulldogs. On Friday, the Lady Eagles will travel to Yorktown to meet the Kittens.