Logan's Shae Conley, pictured here in a win over Scott, allowed two hits Saturday afternoon in a 6-3 Lady Wildcats win over the Lady Vikings at Lincoln County High School (Photo by Bill Lusk/WVOW Sports).
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HAMLIN Logan saw its six-game winning streak snapped Saturday afternoon falling to Class AAA No. 2 Lincoln County 7-2, but the Lady Wildcats rebounded in its second game of the afternoon to plate four runs in the sixth inning to defeat Ripley 6-3 at Lincoln County High School.
Logan, 10-3, on the season will return home Monday evening to host Sherman at 5:30 p.m. before hitting the road Tuesday evening to take on AA No. 1 Winfield.
Lincoln County 7, Logan 2 - Just as they did Friday evening in snapping Cabell Midland's eight-game winning streak, the Lady Panthers of Lincoln County scored four runs in the third inning to break a 1-1 tie and end the Lady Wildcats six-game winning streak.
Becca Pennington scored on a wild pitch giving Lincoln County a 2-1 lead. Josie Byrd, who had a solo home run in the first inning, delivered a two-run double and Meghan Stump had a sacrifice fly to cap the scoring.
Byrd finished with two hits including a double, a home run and drove in three runs and Maci Lunsford had a double and two RBIs for Lincoln County, who improved to 9-2 with the win. Haleigh Adkins had a pair of doubles and Stump one RBI for the Lady Panthers.
Addi Brumfield had one hit and one RBI, Taylor Noe had a triple while Myleigh Adkins, Ashlin Brumfield, Lacy Curry and MaKenna Ooten each had one hit and Harlee Quick one RBI for Logan.
Ryleigh Shull picked up the win for Lincoln County after allowing two runs on six hits, two walks and six strikeouts in seven innings.
Myleigh Adkins struggled with control walking five and hitting three more in six innings. She allowed seven runs - five earned - on five hits and suffered the loss in the circle for Logan.
Logan 6, Ripley 3 - Logan plated four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat Ripley.
Kaylie Coleman had a run-scoring single to score Addi Brumfield to tie it at 3, and Emilee Mullins broke the tie with a two-run double scoring Coleman and Isabella Propst giving Logan a 5-3 lead.
That was more than enough for Shae Conley, who pitched a complete game two-hitter in the circle for the Lady Wildcats. Conley allowed three runs - one earned - while walking three and striking out eight in seven innings pitched.
Sidney Varney and Madison Willis accounted for the only two hits for the Lady Vikings and Kristabelle Carte had an RBI.
Madison Parsons suffered the loss in the circle for Ripley (6-5) after allowing six runs- four earned - on six hits while walking two and striking out three in six innings.
Coleman had a double and drove in two runs while Coleman had one hit and two RBIs to lead Logan at the plate. Myleigh Adkins had a double and Brumfield, Ooten and Propst each had one hit.