Aldridge, Moore record no-hitters; Currens powers offense.
By John Herndon
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 12:00 am (Updated: May 8, 12:14 am)
The future appears to be very bright for Anderson County softball after the young Lady Bearcats won a pair of tournaments on the final two weekends of the season to close out the year at 19-1. Anderson played in three tournaments, winning all three.
Several of the Lady Cat freshmen play key roles on the varsity team as well.
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