Entering the Tishomingo tournament this weekend, the Dickson Lady Comets were full of confidence.

Entering the Tishomingo tournament this weekend, the Dickson Lady Comets were full of confidence.

Following a dramatic walk-off win against Ada on Thursday, DHS was looking to earn some more victories this past weekend.

Dickson (5-3) will be hosting Lexington on Monday night beginning at 5 p.m.

Dickson 5 Ada 4

Less than 24 hours after winning a narrow contest against Ada, the Lady Comets doubled down on the Lady Cougars Friday morning with similar scoreline and result.

Ada took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, before Dickson tied the game in the second through a run scored by Savannah Hunley following an error.

Jadyn McKenzie then gave DHS the lead with a sacrifice fly RBI which scored Kylie Farmer.

However, the Lady Cougars regained the lead with two runs in the top of the third.

It was all square again in the bottom half of the inning as Kelsie Allen registered an RBI groundout.

Lauren Bess put the Lady Comets back in front with an RBI triple to right, before Ada once again tied the game in the sixth at 4-4.

Kaden Barton won it for DHS with a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the sixth.

Shanna McKown took the win in the circle, throwing six innings of work. She allowed two earned runs on five hits with one walk and one strikeout.

Tishomingo 4 Dickson 1 

Against the host Lady Indians from Tishomingo, the comeback wasn’t to be this time around.

THS took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first through Laney Rodgers scoring on an error.

Dickson tied the game in the top of the third when Kaden Barton hit a ground ball resulting in an error, allowing Jadyn McKenzie to score.

Rylee Barnes put Tishomingo in the lead with an RBI single before Jadyn Hook hit a two-RBI double to center to make it 4-1 in the bottom of the fourth.

Shanna McKown took the loss in the circle, allowing three earned runs on five hits with one strikeout in four innings of work. 

Grace Anderson got the win for Tishomingo, throwing five innings of work. She allowed one run (0 earned) on two hits with 10 strikeouts.

 

Dickson 8
Wapanucka 0

The Lady Comets had the perfect response in their next contest as they took out Wapanucka.

Dickson scored one run in the second, five in the third, and two in the fourth to claim the victory.

Kaden Barton and Lacie Winchester each collected two RBI in the contest, while Lauren Bess, Savannah Hunley and Brylie Dewitt each had one RBI.

Shanna McKown got the win in the circle, throwing five innings of work. She allowed just one hit with one walk and three strikeouts.

 

Dickson 3
Atoka 2

Dickson managed to win another close game against Atoka, despite losing the lead in the second.

An RBI groundout from Savannah Hunley made it 1-0 for the Lady Comets in the second inning, before Atoka scored two in the bottom half to take the lead. 

Kelsie Allen tied the game for Dickson when her ground ball resulted in an error, allowing Jadyn McKenzie to score.

Allen then put Dickson in the lead with an RBI single to right in the fifth.

Shanna McKown got the win on the mound for Dickson, throwing a complete game. She allowed two earned runs on six hits with five strikeouts.