The Lady Seahawks split four games on the week and their current record stands at 10-8.
On Tuesday, Apriul 10 at home against district foe Liberty County, the team defeated the Bulldogs by a score of 10-2.
Eighth grade pitcher Sage Brannan picked up her fourth win of the season, giving up two runs two hits, with one strikeout.
Senior Madison Smith led all hitters, going 4-4 and scoring three runs. Juniors Melanie Collins and Alexus Johnson had two hits each, as did freshman Abby Johnson, who hit her first homerun, a two run shot, over the left center field wall.
On Wednesday, the team travelled to Wakulla and lost 9-4 to the Class 6A War Eagles.
Brannan took the loss, throwing four innings, giving up seven runs, four of which were earned, with seven hits and no walks. Juniors Sophia Kirvin and Alexus Johnson had two hits each.
On Thursday the Lady Seahawks hosted Wewa and fell 11-0.
Sophomore Jaylin Charles took the loss, giving up six runs, three of which were earned, on eight hits, with two strikeouts and one walk. Alexus Johnson and Smith had one hit each.
On Friday, the girls ended a long week by traveling to Vernon for a third district game and defeated the Lady Yellowjackets 10-0.
Charles threw a complete game, striking out five and giving up only one hit. Senior Michaela Cassidy, eighth grader Ariel Andrews, and seventh grader Kylah Ross all had two hits each as the game was shortened to five innings because of the mercy rule.
“We had kind of an up and down week," said Coach Scott Collins. "We have two more weeks of regular season play, so we really need to get focused to make a run at the playoffs."