The Lady Commandos played Lavergne on a special night. This night was special as the team honored two men, who were instrumental in the program. These two men are current Head Coach Andy Griffin and asst. Coach Steve "Chic" Crandell. For more information on this night please see the other article.
The game itself saw the lead change back and forth several times. Lavergne got on the board first with a run manufactured off two hits. Hendersonville would tie the game up with a run in the bottom of the second. Emily Mays would lead the game off with a double (ball hit the top of the fence). Emily would score on a sacrifice fly by Carly Corah. Hendersonville would get one run in the third. Emily Mays would score off a sacrifice fly again, this time by Lindsey Munn. HHS would add one more run in the fourth inning. Melody Watson's courtesy runner (Kalli Brothers) would score on a single by Ashleigh Stratton. Lavergne would take the lead with three runs in the fifth inning. The three runs came off four hits. Hendersonville would answer by adding three of their own to take the lead back. Three runs would score when Melody Watson was at bat. The first run was on a wild pitch (Becca Griffin). The next two runs (Julia Meade and Cierra Graham) would score on a double hit by Melody. These would the last runs HHS could muster. LaVergne would score two runs to tie up the game in the sixth off two hits and one error. Lavergne would take the lead in the top of the seventh inning with two runs off one hit and one error.
Alexis Meadors pitched the entire way for Hendersonville, while picking up the loss.