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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Red River Sun
PAMPA – Kicking off the two-day Pampa Tournament on Friday, March 5, the Memphis Lady Cyclones were bested by high-scoring San Jacinto in a 11-8 loss.
Tying on five runs in the first inning, San Jacinto pulled away for good, scoring two runs in the second inning and four runs in the third.
Pitching, Allyson Chavera surrendered seven runs on three hits, striking out two. Danielle Middleton threw one and two-thirds innings in relief.
Tallying eight hits, Middleton and Corrina Torres collected two hits to lead the Lady Cyclones. Torres also snagged three of the Lady Cats’ 11 stolen bases. Making the most plays was Audrey Chavera with four.
Bouncing back, the Lady Cyclones defeated Hereford 10-6 despite allowing four runs in the second inning.
Capturing an early lead, Ashara Arguello singled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run. Following suit, Nairobe Villa, Torres and Audrey Chavera each scored one run while Allyson Chavera scored two, doubling on a 0-1 count, in the second inning.
Allyson and Audrey Chavera also amassed two hits each, bumping the Lady Cyclones to eight total hits.
On the mound, Middleton surrendered five runs on five hits, striking out two.
Completing their third Friday match, the Lady Cyclones fell 15-5 to Borger.
Despite racking up five last minute runs in the third inning, the Lady Cyclones were unable to catch the Lady Bulldogs, managing four hits to Borger’s nine.
Picking up tournament play on Saturday, March 6, the Lady Cyclones recorded another loss despite a six-run deficit in the 11-9 battle against Dalhart.
In the pitcher’s circle, Middleton lasted three and two-thirds innings, allowing 13 hits and 11 runs while striking out three. Middleton also went three-for-three at the plate, helping the Lady Cyclones total seven hits. Mirae Lopez led in stolen bases, snagging five of the Lady Cyclones’ 17.
Following the tournament, the Lady Cyclones faced Northside on Monday, March 8, taking another blow. This time 17-2.
Struggling to contain Northside’s high-powered offense, Middleton allowed 23 hits and gave up 17 runs.
At the plate, Villa went one-for-two to lead in hits. She also snagged two bases.
Next, the Lady Cyclones (1-7) travel to Quanah to challenge the Lady Indians (5-7) at 11 a.m., March 15.