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Lady Volunteers bounce back by crushing Parker, 15-0

KINGMAN - Less than 24 hours after stranding the tying run at third base in an 11-10 loss to Mohave, the Lee Williams softball team took it out on Parker and overwhelmed the Broncs Thursday at Centennial Park, 15-0.

Courtney Janney and Sidney Clark each collected three hits for Lee Williams (1-1) in the win over Parker. Janney doubled and drove in two runs, and Clark had two runs batted in as well. Kara Mertens also doubled for the Lady Vols, and Makenzie Peterson and Victoria Martin each tripled.

Peterson got the win in the four-inning mercy-rule game. Peterson gave up two hits and struck out three.

On Wednesday, Lee held a 6-3 lead over Mohave (1-0) after two innings, but the T-birds exploded for five runs in the third and held on to lead the rest of the way.

But the Lady Vols did put together a two-out rally that came within 60 feet of tying it up.

Janney and Mia Santos hit back-to-back triples with two outs to close Mohave's lead to 11-10 in the last of the seventh. However, Mohave's Kalani Reehill then struck out Khori Cobanovich swinging to save the win for the T-birds.

Cobanovich ended the game with four RBIs on an inside-the-park grand slam. Holly McFadyen had three hits, including a double. Santos and Mertens each delivered two base knocks, including a double for Mertens.

Lee Williams next plays at Kingman Academy (1-0) at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday on Field 7 at Centennial Park.