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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Red River Sun
PAMPA – Following an additional two wins against Amarillo High and Clarendon, the Lady Cats kept their win streak entering the Pampa Tournament on Saturday, March 6, totaling Clarendon, River Road and Borger to up their season record to 11-1.
Blowing past the Clarendon Lady Broncos with a 25-0 final, Clarissa Gamboa got the Lady Cats’ offense rolling in the first inning, singling on a 2-0 count and scoring one run. Following suit, the Lady Cats scored an impressive 10 runs in the fourth inning with Chloe Chilton and Jena Preston each having RBIs in the frame.
Throwing a shutout game, Abi Galyean lasted four innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out five and walking one.
Hitting a home run, Lexie Garza went deep in the fourth inning. With the Lady Cats snagging 11 hits, Preston, Gamboa and Tori Huddleston each managed multiple with Preston going three-for-three at the plate.
Tearing up the base paths, eight players stole at least two bases with Kenzlee Carroll leading the way with five.
Shutting out River Road the same day, the Lady Cats secured a 5-0 win over the Wildcats.
Surrendering zero runs on three hits over four innings, Preston stuck out eight and walked one.
Carroll went one-for-two at the plate to lead the Lady Cats in hits. With four players stealing at least two bases, Yesenia Lim led the way with three. Abi McCraw had the most chances in the field with eight.
Finalizing their tournament victory, the Lady Cats defeated Borger in a 10-3 blow-out victory.
Getting the Lady Cats on the board in the first inning, Sammie Juarez grounded out, scoring one run. Putting up an additional five runs in the third inning, the Lady Cats put the pressure on lead by a walk by Gamboa, a home run by Kamryn Moya and a double by Carroll.
Toeing the rubber, Galyean surrendered three runs on four hits over two and two-thirds innings, walking zero.
Carroll went two-for-two at the plate to lead the Lady Cats in hits. Carroll also had the most chances in the field with four. Lim led with two stolen bases.
The Lady Cats (11-1) challenged Canadian on Tuesday. Results were unavailable at press time.