After Monday's 1-0 victory over Coalgate, first-year Stonewall softball coach Brian Davis said his team's inconsistency this season was going to make him prematurely gray. Tuesday's loss at Asher probably accelerated the process.
Stonewall freshman Tana Davis didn't allow an earned run, but three third-inning errors gift-wrapped all four Asher runs, and the host Lady Indians went on to their third straight victory over the Lady Longhorns in four days, 4-1. The loss dropped Stonewall to 7-5, while Asher — which had beaten the Lady Longhorns in back-to-back games Saturday to claim the title at the Asher Invitational — improved to 9-2.
Tana Davis allowed seven hits, but three of those came in the second inning, when she escaped a bases-loaded, one-out jam, and two more were in the third, which began with a walk to Asher leadoff hitter Tristan Milburn and back-to-back errors on ground balls by Brandi Doshier and Alisha Huggins. The error on Huggins' grounder scored Milburn with Asher's first run, then winning pitcher Kasadi Reimers forced Huggins at second on a ground ball to shortstop for the first out in the inning.
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