The Spring Hill Lady Bears took care of business on the diamond in recent softball competition to sweep conference series play against Lafayette County and Bearden.

The Spring Hill Lady Bears took care of business on the diamond in recent softball competition to sweep conference series play against Lafayette County and Bearden.

This week, the Lady Bears continue more conference softball play facing Camden-Harmony Grove at home scheduled for Friday evening in Spring Hill.

Thus far, the Lady Bears 11-6 overall, 5-2 in conference.


Monday evening in road conference softball competition to defeat Lafayette County Lady Cougars 13-0 for the shutout victory.

Lady Bears' pitcher Cheyenne Bobo led Spring Hill to victory in the pitcher's circle. 

Cheyenne Bobo went three innings, allowing no runs or hits, striking out five and walking one batter and threw 32 strikes for the no-hitter performance. 

The Lady Bears totaled for 10 hits in the game. Brooklyn Reed, Maegan Ward, Lakin Bobo, and Paige Runion all had multiple hits for Spring Hill. Reed went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Spring Hill in hits. 

Offensively, Maegan Ward collected another home run for the season for the highlight hit of the game. Reed led the high-power offense with three hits and an RBI and scored three runs. Ward and Runion each tallied two hits apiece. Runion tripled for one of her two hits and Ward drove in four runs for four RBI's. 

Whitnee Lee doubled, scored two runs and had one RBI, Lakin Bobo had two hits with one double and two RBI's. Katie Rivera, Runion, Ward with Lee all scored two runs apiece, Keylee Lewis scored a run. 

Lakin Bobo had two hits and drove in two runs.

The Lady Bears tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Reed led the way with four. Lee and Lewis each had three stolen bases apiece, Jessi Park had one stolen base alone Runion and Lakin Bobo.


In the second of their back-to-back conference meeting on the diamond, the Lady Bears topped LC Lady Cougars 13-1 for the series sweep.

Spring Hill secured the victory thanks to seven runs in the third inning.The Lady Bears offense in the inning came from doubles by Runion and Reed, a triple by Ward, a single by Quillin, and a groundout by Lewis.

Spring Hill fired up the offense in the first inning, when Reed doubled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.

Reed was credited with the victory for Spring Hill from work in the pitcher's circle. Reed allowed no hits and one run over four innings, striking out 11 batters and threw 40 strikes to record the no-hitter.

Spring Hill collected 11 hits in the game. Runion, Reed, and Ward all had multiple hits for Spring Hill Ward, Reed, and Runion each managed three hits apiece to lead the Lady Bears offense. Lee and Quillin each had a single apiece. Runion and Reed each scored three runs apiece, Ward had two runs, Rivera, Lee, Park, Lakin Bobo and Quillin each scored a run apiece. Reed, Runion and Ward each drove in three runs apiece for three RBI's, Lewis, Lee and Quillin each had a RBI. Runion led the base running with two stolen bases, Ward, Park and Quillin each had one stolen base.


The Lady Bears kept their dominating mentality in tact on the diamond to defeat Bearden 13-1 and sweep the series match-ups in conference play.

Spring Hill got things started in the first inning with Lewis collecting a single on the first pitch at bat, scoring one run.

The Lady Bears Varsity racked up 10 hits on the day. Rivera and Lewis all managed multiple hits for Spring Hill. Lewis and Rivera all had two hits to lead the Lady Bears. Park, Ward homered, Cheyenne Bobo, Lee, Mallory Hudkins and Runion each had one hit apiece.

Rivera, Lee and Lewis led Spring Hill Lady with two stolen bases, as the team accounted eight stolen bases. Runion and Hudkins each had one base stolen.

Cheyenne Bobo earned the win as the winning pitcher for Spring Hill. She surrendered one run on one hit over five innings, striking out eight batters and threw 53 strikes.