Brooklyn Bell of Choctaw Central connects with the ball in an earlier game against Union this season. Choctaw Central has three games this week, including region contests against Philadelphia on Tuesday and Choctaw County on Thursday. They visit Leake Central on Friday.
Brooklyn Bell of Choctaw Central connects with the ball in an earlier game against Union this season. Choctaw Central has three games this week, including region contests against Philadelphia on Tuesday and Choctaw County on Thursday. They visit Leake Central on Friday.
The Choctaw Central Lady Warriors went 2-for-3 last week in fast-pitch softball action and scored their first Region 5-3A victory of the season.

The Lady Warriors started the week with a 5-3 win over Union. They then knocked of region rival Southeast Lauderdale 12-0. In the final game of the week, they dropped a 10-8 decision to Louisville.

"We really played well in the first two games of the week," Coach Aaron Terrell said. "But it didn't carry over in the game with Louisville. We have to learn you can't take anything for granted. We still have nine region games to play."

Choctaw Central enters the week with an overall record of 6-3 and 1-0 in the region. They play three games this week, taking on region foes Philadelphia at home Tuesday and traveling to Choctaw County on Thursday. On Friday, the Lady Warriors travel to Leake Central.

Choctaw Central 5

Union 0

The Lady Warriors took a 3-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back in their win over Union.

Jasmine Hickman was the winning pitcher. Brooklyn Bell hit a triple and a single to lead Choctaw Central while Darien Tubby and Betty Mingo both hit a single.

Choctaw Central 12

Southeast Lauderdale 0

The Lady Warriors pounded out eight hits in their win over the Lady Tigers.

Mingo was the winning pitcher.

Choctaw Central scored two in the first, five in the fourth and five in the fifth.

Tubby hit two singles while Jada Sockey added a double.

Louisville 10

Choctaw Central 8

Louisville led 4-2 after four innings and that was the difference when both teams scored six runs in their final at bat.

Hickman took the loss.

Mingo hit a double and a single to lead Choctaw Central.