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Successful SCMS softball season ends

Southeast Bulloch Middle School Jackets defeated Screven County 11-3 Tuesday to conclude SCMS’s season, but the score does not show the true story of the game.
Screven County got things started in the first inning, scoring two runs to take the lead. Southeast Bulloch scored one in the bottom half and the Lady Gamecocks were winning 2-1.
In the bottom of the second, SEB pulled away for good with five runs on three errors.
Screven would score in the 4th making the score 7-3 SEB.
Jonna Ward led Screven with one hit in three at bats.
“You can’t make errors against a good ball team and expect to win,” said assistant coach Terry Kile. “Southeast’s pitcher is really good, and you have to keep pressure on her to beat her. You have to tip your cap to the coaches for Southeast Bulloch and their players. They played a great game. We will feel this one for a while, but learn from it and keep building our program. We have great talent in this county and Coach Shipes and I knew going in that we would not do it in just one year. We plan to be on the hunt to bring home a region title every year.”
The Lady Gamecocks finished the season 6-6 and 5-5 in region play.
Head coach Cassie Shipes said, “It was a great year for our girls. We fell only one game short for the chance play for a region title, but Coach Kile and I feel we are on the right path with the middle school program. I can’t say enough about our eighth grade girls. They played hard all year, and we will be sending Coach Doyle some good talent.”
To reach the game against SEB, SCMS won a thriller on Oct. 5.
The Lady Gamecocks took the lead late and defeated Richmond Hill 5-4 on Oct. 5.
The game was tied at four with the Lady Gamecocks batting in the top of the eighth when Lyla Johnson singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
Richmond Hill evened things up at four in the bottom of the sixth inning when Maggie Baker singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run.
After Screven County scored one run in the top of the fifth, Richmond Hill answered with one of their own.
Screven County scored when an error scored one run.
Richmond Hill then answered when Kyleigh Wheeless singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run.
SCMS notched three runs in the fourth inning when TT Maynor hit a shot off of the right center field fence. Breanna Godbee and Emma Jones each had RBIs in the frame.
Jones got the win for Screven County. She lasted eight innings, allowing eight hits and four runs while striking out five.
Allie Washington took the loss for Richmond Hill. She surrendered four runs on nine hits over eight innings, striking out seven.
Screven County Middle School Lady Gamecocks tallied nine hits on the day. Jones, Jonna Ward, and Johnson each had multiple hits. Jones led Screven County with three hits in four at bats.
“Coach Shipes and I are very happy with the effort and that never quit attitude our girls showed today,” Kile said after the game. “After the game, the girls enjoyed a meal together thanks to a special fan.”