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Lady ‘Dawgs best Chandler

5-3 win on Monday to move record to 7-3


Lexington hosted Chandler on Monday in a 5-3 win for the Lady ‘Dawgs.

Lexington led 3-0 through three innings when Chandler scored one in the top of the fourth.

The Lady Bulldogs added another run in the bottom of the fourth to lead 4-1.

Chandler got two runs across in the fifth to chip away, but Lexington added an insurance run in the sixth and then held the Lady Lions in the top of the seventh to secure the win.

Lex had five hits in the win. Maddie Manuel was the leader at the plate going 2-2 with two hits, an RBI and a walk. KK Vazquez, Cora Vasquez and Maison Sissney had one a piece.

Vasquez pitched for Lexington. She gave up six hits and fanned three batters.

Over the weekend, Lexington was in Sulphur/Davis for the Murray County Bash. They opened up the tournament with pool play games against Lindsay, Norman, Washington and Sulphur.

“We’re getting some strong pitching outings and we’re swinging it well as a unit. We are definitely on the right track,” head coach Monty Ervin said.

The Lady ‘Dawgs got an 8-3 win over Lindsay but fell to Norman, 4-1, on Thursday.

Pack pitched in the loss to the Lady Tigers. She allowed six hits and got four strikeouts.

Lexington managed three hits thanks to Vazquez, Anderson and a homerun by Sissney.

A close loss to Washington, 2-1, and an 8-3 loss to Sulphur rounded out their pool play games.

The game with Washington was tight from the get-go.

Tied at 1-1, Washington would score the winning run in the fourth inning.

Vasquez pitched for Lexington. She struck out one and allowed just three hits.

Despite the loss, Lexington outhit the Warriors 4-3. Pack had two hits while Givens and Kora Parker had one each.

“The Washington loss was emotional. Coming off of that loss we had some mental lapses.”

To finish out the tournament, Lexington got a 6-0 win over Davis on Saturday.

Vasquez pitched a complete game shutout against the Lady Wolves. She allowed two hits and fanned three batters.

It took Lexington four hits to get their six runs in the win. Vazquez, Anderson, Givens and Manuel had one a piece.


Last Tuesday, Lexington run-ruled Meeker, 15-0.

Izzy Pack pitched for the Lady ‘Dawgs. She went four innings and struck out three.

The bats were hot in the win. Lexington had 12 hits, including two from Parker, Vasquez and Pack. And one each from Vazquez, Sissney, Manuel, Abi Clifton, Kiely Givens and Abby Sample.

Lexington was scheduled to host Purcell on Tuesday night  and be in the Roff tournament starting Thursday.


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