DICKSON — It was the beginning of a new era Monday afternoon as the Dickson Lady Comets played their first games under new head coach Kristin Williams.

DICKSON — It was the beginning of a new era Monday afternoon as the Dickson Lady Comets played their first games under new head coach Kristin Williams.

Unfortunately, the Kingston Lady Redskins weren’t interested in giving the new coach a warm welcome back to Southern Oklahoma, as they managed to sweep Dickson in a district doubleheader.

The Lady Comets (0-2, 0-2) will be back at home this afternoon at 5 p.m. against the Ringling Lady Blue Devils in a non-district contest.

Kingston (2-0, 2-0) meanwhile will be in action at the Rock Creek Tournament beginning on Thursday.

 

Game One

Kingston 4

Dickson 0

The first game of the day turned out to be closer than experts believed it would be.

Ultimately it was three runs by the Lady Redskins in the fourth inning followed by one in the seventh that sealed the victory.

Makayla Seeney made it 1-0 in the top of the fourth with an RBI single to left, before Madi Jones doubled the advantage for Kingston with an RBI single of her own.

Dana Wagnon finished off the inning with an RBI single.

Taylor Spence had the last run of the game for the Lady Redskins when she scored off an error in the seventh.

Alyssa Warren had the only hit in the game for the Lady Comets.

Shanna McKown took the loss on the mound for Dickson, throwing a complete game. She allowed just three earned runs on 12 hits with two strikeouts and zero walks.

Spence got the win on the hill for Kingston, also throwing a complete game. She allowed just one hit with 12 strikeouts and zero walks.

 

Game Two

Kingston 12

Dickson 0 F/5

In the second game, the Lady Comets were once again held to just one hit in the game as the Lady Redskins pitching played its part to near perfection.

Kingston managed to get five runs in the third inning before adding seven more in the fourth, eventually earning the district sweep in a run-rule. 

Lacie Winchester got the lone hit in the game for the Lady Comets.

Kobe McDonald, Madison Auld, and Jewell Henry each collected two RBI’s in the game for Kingston.

Came McGahey took the loss pitching for the Lady Comets, throwing four innings of work. She allowed 12 hits with two walks.

Taylor Spence took the win for the Lady Redskins, throwing four innings of work. She allowed one hit with two strikeouts and two walks in the game against Dickson.