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|Lady Patriots down Caldwell, 6-3|
The Franklin Parish Lady Patriots (8-7, 0-1 District 3-4A) will be continuing district play this week when they visit the West Ouachita Lady Chiefs (10-3, 2-0) on Thursday night at 6 p.m. The Lady Patriots will also take on the Ruston Lady Bearcats (13-7) in Winnsboro next Tuesday night in another key district 3-4A tilt. The Lady Patriots are coming off a win over Caldwell Parish High School after Wossman High School of Monroe cancelled a district game last Thursday.
The 6-3 rally past Caldwell helped the Lady Patriots get back on the winning track after losing to 2-1 to start district competition last Tuesday night. Kortnie Kelly went 3-for-4 at the plate in the win over Caldwell. Kristyn Newman continued to lead the team in batting as she was a perfect 4-of-4 at the dish. Katie Johnston picked up the win as she gave up five runs over 4.2 innings pitched. A new Louisiana High School Athletic Association rule gives the win to whichever pitcher plays the most innings in a given game.
Against West Ouachita, the Lady Patriots are hoping that a large number of left handed batters will help them get the win against a team that made it to the Class 4A state tournament a year ago.
"A lot of our kids are left handed," Franklin Parish head coach Kelly said. "We have hit just one or two home runs in preseason and none in the regular season but we are hitting the ball well against left handed pitchers with this lineup."
If WOHS goes with a lefty, the Lady Patriots are hoping for much success in that situation.
"We have scored 10 or more runs on ever left-handed pitcher we have faced," Kelly said. "We have to play error free softball to be able to beat a good team like West Ouachita."