The Spring Hill Lady Bears wrapped up their regular season bout on the diamond in a impressive road win against Rison 10-5 to sweep the series match-ups last Friday in Rison.

The Spring Hill Lady Bears wrapped up their regular season bout on the diamond in a impressive road win against Rison 10-5 to sweep the series match-ups last Friday in Rison.

In another comeback victory, the Lady Bears trailed 5-4 through six innings of competition.

Spring Hill nabbed the lead late in the game in a five-run victory over Rison. The Lady Bears trailed 5-4 in the top of the seventh inning when Whitnee Lee doubled on a 2-2 count, scoring two runs.

Rison scored three runs in the sixth inning, but Spring Hill still managed to pull out the victory. The big inning for Rison came thanks to a single and a groundout.

Rison got on the board in the first inning on an error that scored one run for the Lady Wildcats.

Rison evened things up at 3-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Spring Hill tallied eight hits in the game. Lee and Katie Rivera all had multiple hits for the Lady Bears. Rivera and Lee each managed two hits to lead Spring Hill's offense. Rivera shined to collect two home runs with two RBI's and scored three runs. Paige Runion had one hit and scored a run, Brooklyn Reed scored a run, Maegan Ward had a hit, an RBI and scored a run. Cheyenne Bobo had a hit and an RBI, Jessi Park had a hit, two RBI's and scored two runs.

In the pitcher's circle, Cheyenne Bobo earned the win for Spring Hill lasting seven innings, allowing 12 hits and five runs while striking out two batters, no walks and threw 63 strikes. 

For Rison, Kristen Hurst took the loss allowing eight hits and 10 runs over seven innings, striking out six batters.

Rison racked up five run on 12 hits to win the batting battle in the game. 

The Lady Bears now will take their momentum into the 2A South Regional Softball Tournament hosted at Poyen this week. The Lady Bears will open play on Thursday May 3 facing Murfreesboro in first round play looking to clinch a spot to compete at state in hopes to return to Bogle Park for a fourth consecutive trip for season 2018.