Lady Bulldogs Softball Team

Broaddus was victorious over Chester in their matchup back in March, and they were able to keep that momentum going as they faced off in a playoff warm up game on Tuesday. The Lady Bulldogs came out on top in a nail-biter against the Chester Yellowjackets and snuck past 4-2. The win made it back-to-back victories for Broaddus, who heads into bi-district playoffs on Friday.

Laila Holloway spent all seven innings on the mound, and it's clear why: she surrendered two runs (both of which were unearned) on five hits and racked up six Ks. She has been nothing but reliable: she hasn't pitched less than six innings in three consecutive pitching appearances.

At the plate, Macie Cook was excellent, scoring two runs and stealing a base while going 2-for-2. Another player making a difference was Kaitlyn Pike, who scored a run and stole two bases while going 1-for-2.

Broaddus' victory was their third straight at home, which pushed their record up to 8-15. 

The Lady Bulldogs will head out on the road in Warren to face off against Evadale at 4:00 p.m. on Friday in the bi-district round of playoffs. This marks the first playoff appearance for the Lady Bulldogs Softball program in 18 years, and the first ever in class 2A.