Grand Lake blanks Haynesville in first round

Grand Lake 16, Haynesville 0

With Jordyn Stickell on the mound, the Grand Lake Lady Hornets shut out Haynesville.

Stickell shut down Haynesville, throwing a complete game shutout and led the Grand Lake Lady Hornets to a 16-0 victory on Tuesday.

The Lady Hornets secured the victory, thanks to ten runs in the fourth inning. Brynn Hardie, Kelli Ledoux, Emily Vincent, Ada Sims, and Falynn Foreman each had RBIs in the big inning.

The Lady Hornets opened up, scoring in the first inning. The Lady Hornets scored one run when Hardie singled.

The Lady Hornets scored ten runs in the fourth inning. The offensive firepower by the Lady Hornets was led by Hardi, Ledoux, Vincent, Sims, and Foreman, who all drove in runs.

One bright spot for Haynesville was a singe by W. Johnston in the first inning.

Stickell got the win for the Lady Hornets. The righthander allowed four hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out four and walking one.

Johnston took the loss for Haynesville. The hurler went three innings, allowing 16 runs on 14 hits and striking out three.

The Lady Hornets hit one home run on the day. Ledoux had a four bagger in the fourth inning.

The Grand Lake Lady Hornets racked up 14 hits in the game. Hardie, Mia Daigle, and Ledoux all managed multiple hits. Daigle and Hardie all had three hits to lead the Lady Hornets.

Grand Lake Lady Hornets advance in the quaterfinals to take on Oak Grove at their home field Saturday, Apr. 24, at 2 p.m. in North Louisiana.