As the season winds down, the Livingston Academy softball team has been playing their best games. They played three games this past week, which all resulted in big wins. They first played Watertown on April 30. All seven innings were played and the Wildcats triumphed Watertown 22-12. Abi Ledbetter contributed largely to the offensive side of the game, batting five for six at the plate and scoring five runs.
Ledbetter was also the first batter of the game and she hit a homerun on the third pitch thrown. Tori Reagan hit a double, Amy Rogers, McKayla Choate and Addie Brown hit singles and Ashton Hicks hit a sacrifice fly to contribute to five runs in the third inning. Despite Ledbetter’s homerun in the first inning and good plays in the third inning, the Wildcats were behind until the fourth inning. In the fourth inning, the Wildcats scored nine runs while Watertown scored zero.
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