Lady Indians will face Madison Co. today after losing 2 games this past weekend in High School Softball

The Stephens County Lady Indians softball team picked up a big region win last Thursday, but, lost two close games on Saturday.

Ten runs in the second inning led Stephens County past North Oconee, 16 to 1, last Thursday on the road.

The Lady Indians’ offense in the inning came from walks by Kaylin Snyder and Brenna McCall, a triple by Jasmine Lowery, singles by Laney McGee and Samara Walker, and a double by Allie Huff.

Aly Singletary pitched the Lady Indians to victory. She surrendered one run on two hits over four innings, striking out four. Stephens County participated in the Veterans Tournament in Watkinsville on Saturday.

In the first game, a walk-off left the Lady Indians on the wrong end of a 4-2 defeat to Georgia Military College.

Stephens County had six hits.

Aly Singletary took the loss for the Lady Indians. Jasmine Lowery went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Stephens County in hits.

In the second game Saturday, the Lady Indians lost a close game to Prince Avenue Christian, 10 to 8.

The game was tied at eight with Prince Avenue Christian batting in the bottom of the sixth when Prince Avenue scored two runs.

Stephens County collected 12 hits compared to Prince Avenue’s 11.

Allie Huff took the loss for the Lady Indians.

Stephens County’s Jasmine Lowery hit a home run in the fifth inning.

Stephens County had 12 hits in the game with Abby Whitfield and Tyra Hunter each collecting three.

The Lady Indians overall record goes to 9 & 8, and 3 & 2 in Region 8-AAAA.

Stephens County has 2 big home region games this week—today (Tuesday, September 10) against Madison County, and Thursday against Oconee County.