MARIETTA — All good things come to those who wait.

MARIETTA — All good things come to those who wait.

Tuesday afternoon brought an end to the Dickson Lady Comets agonizing wait for their first slow pitch victory of the season.

After being deadlocked at 3-3 with the Marietta Lady Indians through five innings, the Lady Comets exploded for five runs in the sixth and six runs in the seventh inning to win 14-3.

Aleia Scott got Dickson on the board in the first inning with an RBI single to center.

Marietta tied the game with an RBI single from Miranda Lemons in the bottom half of the first, before Allison Hicks also scored to put the Lady Indians in front 2-1.

Jadyn McKenzie would tie the game for Dickson in the second with an RBI single, before Keylee Matthews put Dickson ahead 3-2 on an RBI single.

It was all square once again in the bottom of the third when Makaya Hicks slapped an RBI single to center field for the Lady Indians.

Dickson was finally able to break through in the sixth when back-to-back RBI singles from Aleia Scott and Kylie Farmer made it a 5-3 lead.

Shanna McKown then hit a three-RBI double, which put the Lady Comets in front 8-3.

Savannah Hunley and Farmer combined to make it 10-3 in the seventh, before Kelsie Allen made it 11-3 with an RBI single. 

Farmer would later score thanks to a bases loaded walk drawn by Kourtney Clark, before Kayli Ingram hit a hard ground ball which also allowed a run to score.

Scott got the win on the mound for Dickson, allowing one earned run on eight hits with one walk and five strikeouts.

Brink Hartman was tagged with the loss for Marietta in the circle, allowing six earned runs on 16 hits with one strikeout and two walks. 

These two teams will meet up again on Thursday at noon in the Thackerville Tournament.