Southaven - Hernando softball

A Southaven runner is tagged out at the plate by Hernando catcher Ana Green during a recent softball game, which the Lady Tigers won 7-3. 

Courtesy Lisa Norman

Prep baseball

Olive Branch 10, Center Hill 1

(Quistors improved to 5-3 in district play.)

Lewisburg 13, Lake Cormorant 1 (5 innings)

(Patriots scored eight times in the third inning. Landon Wilkerson, Landon Rogers with three hits each for Lewisburg, Wilkerson and Brady Johnson each drove in three runs. Collin Whitley (Lewisburg) and Dillion Thomasson (Lake Cormorant) each struck out four batters. Patriots record now 18-5.)

DeSoto Central 13, Hernando 3 (5 innings)

(DeSoto Central scored six times in the fourth inning. Hunter French, Dylan Hale and Kamren James with three hits each for the Jaguars. Peyton MIlls, French and Hale with three RBIs each. Matthew Taylor struck out seven in five innings pitched.)

Northpoint Christian 7, West Memphis, Ark. 0

(Northpoint improves to 11-5 for the season. Trojans scored three times in the second and fourth innings. Daniel Casto homered. Casto, Nathan Tatko and Bryce Cherry with three hits each. Jacob Swindle allowed no hits in five innings pitched and struck out seven.)

Prep softball

Lewisburg 11, Center Hill 1 (6 innings)

(Lewisburg improved to 21-2. Lady Patriots scored five times in the second inning. Reagan Tweedy and Madelyn Tubbs with two hits each for Lewisburg, Tubbs drove in four runs. Laila Armstrong with two hits for Center Hill. Gabbie Dickerson struck out four in five innings pitched.)

Hernando 16, Senatobia 3 (5 innings)

(Hernando scored in every inning, including six runs in the third inning. Caroline Casey with two RBIs for Hernando. Alyssa Branyan struck out six in five innings pitched. Senatobia committed 10 errors.)

University School of Jackson 7, Northpoint Christian 2

(USJ scored four times in the sixth inning.)

JUCO baseball

Northwest 9, Mississippi Gulf Coast 8

Northwest 6, Mississippi Gulf Coast 5

JUCO softball

Pearl River 14, Northwest 2

Pearl River 9, Northwest 6

SPHL hockey playoffs

RiverKings 4, Huntsville 1 (RiverKings lead best-of-three series 1-0)

(Daniel Tedesco scored a goal and added two assists and Tyler Green made 35 saves for Mississippi.)

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