By CALVIN STEVENS

Sports Writer

The Carroll Academy girls fast-pitch softball teams stands at 2-6 after picking up a pair of wins last week.

The Lady Rebels defeated Jackson Victors School 10-2 as they collected 16 hits and stole 13 bases as a team. They tallied three runs in the first inning, two in the third and seventh frames, and one run each in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings.

Bella Carter led the way at the plate with three singles and a double. She also scored four runs and stole four bases.

Mary Jordan Milton had two singles and a double, driving in a pair of runs. Kaylee Ferguson also had two singles and a double, scored twice and stole three bases. Helen Claire Cobb had three singles and stole three bases.

Peyton Perry threw a complete game as she gave up one earned run, scattering eight hits, walking two and fanning eight.

Carroll knocked off Humphreys Academy 21-2, taking advantage of 11 walks and two hit by pitches. The Lady Rebels collected 10 hits as a team.

Meri Brynn Reeves went 2-for-2 with a double, triple, hit by pitch and scored three runs. Cobb had a single and double, scored three times and stole three bases.

Mary Braxton Cobb had a single and scored three times, and Sara Austin Welch and Alana Garrett scored three times apiece.

Perry was on the mound for her second win. She gave up two runs on one hit with one strike out.

Carroll played at Heritage Friday but the game was halted in the second inning due to rain.

The Lady Rebels played host to Indianola Monday and entertain Central Holmes Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.

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