Momentum can be a very special thing during the course of a season.

Momentum can be a very special thing during the course of a season.

Right now, its something the Lone Grove Lady Horns softball team has a lot of.

Thursday afternoon, LGHS notched its 16th straight victory, and scored a double-digit run total for the fourth straight game, as the Lady Horns run ruled the No. 18 Davis Lady Wolves 14-1 in three innings.

With the victory, the Lady Horns improved to 19-2 overall on the season, while Davis dropped to 16-5 on the year.

The first inning proved to be the biggest inning of the game for the Lady Horns, as they managed to score eight runs.

Sami Skelly continued her impressive run offensively, as she got Lone Grove on the board with a fielder’s choice RBI.

Shelby Stevenson then connected for a three-run home run to center, putting the Lady Horns up 4-0.

Later in the inning, Brooklyn Mason was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded, scoring Reegan Lewis.

Maci Mcmurtry then slapped a line drive to the outfield, which scored three runs following an error, putting LGHS up 8-0.

Logan Graves got the scoring started in the second inning with an RBI single, before Stevenson scored on an error to make it 10-0.

Mason then registered an RBI bunt single, before Skelly brought home two more runs with a single to right field.

Taleigh Nail finished the scoring for Lone Grove with an RBI single to left.

Davis managed to get a run back in the third when Brinlee Dulaney hit an RBI single which scored Sydni Merrell.

Emmy Guthrie got the win in the circle for Lone Grove, allowing just one earned run on two hits with seven strikeouts.

Kobee Jones took the loss for the Lady Wolves, throwing one inning of work. She allowed five earned runs on four hits with two walks.

Lone Grove will be at the Hall of Fame shootout this weekend in Oklahoma City, while Davis will be back in action on Monday against Dickson.