Mercy pitching quiets Lady Cat bats

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By John Herndon

Anderson County could not get the bats going last Thursday night in Louisville.

The Lady Bearcats, ranked 17th in the state, managed only four hits against No. 12 Mercy as the Jaguars took a 3-1 decision in high school softball action.

Anderson’s Bailey Curry, Sammy Rogers, Lexi Tinsley and Kelsey Sutherland were the only Lady Bearcats to reach base on hits. Anderson coach Brent Aldridge said Mercy pitcher Lexi Ray, who has committed to Tennessee-Martin, “is pretty good. We just need to swing it a little better.”

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