Comets top Corinth Holders in final inning
Clayton rallied to down Corinth Holders in softball 5-4 on Tuesday.
The Comets trailed 4-3 entering the bottom of the seventh but put the potential game-winning runs on base when Katelyn Davis and Lindsay Hodge singled. An untimely Pirate infield error in the frame later allowed both runners to score, giving Clayton the win.
The Comets led 1-0 early on Mindy North’s RBI bunt single, then Corinth Holders tied the score in the second on Summer Long’s RBI double.
Clayton went back on top in the third. Kortnie Blanchard singled in a run in the frame and another run scored on a Pirate error.
Corinth Holders went ahead in the sixth loading the bases on two hits by Kayla Narron and Aiyana Campbell and having Helsie Hocutt reach after being hit by a pitch. Holly Price singled in the first run, then Jessica Kronz earned a bases-loaded walk to tie the game. A Clayton error allowed Campbell to score for a 4-3 Pirate lead.
Hodge was 3-for-4 for the Comets, while Kayla Meares had two hits for Corinth Holders. Bailey Purdue got the win for Clayton.
Rams down Princeton
Cleveland topped Princeton in softball 4-1 Wednesday despite totaling just three hits on the afternoon.
Taylor Drayton drove in a run and scored a run for the Rams in the win. She picked up the win on the mound with a complete-game four-hitter.
Taylor Carroll had two hits for Princeton in the losss. The Bulldogs totaled six errors on the afternoon.
Bulldogs sweep Goldsboro
Princeton swept Goldsboro in a baseball doubleheader on March 10. The Bulldogs took the opener, 9-1, behind Matthew Edwards’ four-RBI game. Edwards was 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles.
Princeton jumped out to a 5-0 lead but held on for a 5-4 win in the nightcap. Matt Daughtry, Tyler Ricks and Edwards drove in runs for the Bulldogs.
Princeton sets reverse drawing
Princeton High School will hold the 21st annual Bulldog Reverse Drawing for $5,000 on Saturday, April 5, at the school. Tickets, which include one steak dinner, are $50 with the chance to win the $5,000 top prize. Additional dinner tickets are $15.
Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. The drawing begins at 7.
Contact Marty Gurganus at 919-936-6431 or email@example.com for more info.