The Lady Eagles lost to Smackover on the road Thursday night.

There was only one out and the bases were loaded when Lainey Taunton hit a sacrifice fly to bring Jenna Roberts into home for the first run of the game. The next batter struck out and the Lady Eagles took the field leading 1-0.

Smackover quickly caught up and put two runs on the board before Abby Senn caught the third out on second base.

The Lady Eagles went three up three down in the top of the second and took the field still trailing by one point, 2-1.

Lynsy Foreman caught two balls in right field to give the Lady Eagles two outs, but the next batter hit a double to center field. A single and another double gave the Lady Buckaroos two more runs. Jayden Thurmon caught a line drive on short for the third out and the Lady Eagles went in to bat trailing 4-1.

Senn was on first base when Thurmon hit a single to shortstop.

Addison Christy hit a double, moving Senn and Thurmon around to home, but a ground out and a strikeout sent the Lady Eagles back to the field down 4-3, but the Lady Eagles held Smackover and came right back in to start the fourth inning.

Neither team scored again until Smackover got runs across in the bottom of the sixth.

A walk and two doubles gave Smackover two more runs on their side of the board.

The next batter hit a home run, bringing in another runner with her making the final score 8-3.

The Lady Eagles batted in the top of the seventh, but weren’t able to get any runs around.

The Lady Eagles played Hamburg on Tuesday, but results were not available at press time.

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