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April 1, 2014

Corbin Lady Redhounds drop 10-0 loss to Somerset

CORBIN — By John Stepp For The Times Tribune

SOMERSET — The Corbin Lady Redhounds have dropped seven of their last eight games, with their last loss coming to the Somerset Lady Briar Jumpers 10-0 on Monday night.

The Lady Redhounds struggled to get anything going on offense, with just two hits on the night.

Hannah Hart and Whitley Gatliff each had singles in the game.

"We hit the ball really well against Boyle County in our last game and we practiced hitting yesterday and had a great practice," said Corbin coach Chris Hart. "We have still not put together a complete game. We hit well one game, but we don't field well. Then we field well one game, but we don't hit well. Tonight, we did neither."

It wasn't just a bad game for Corbin at the plate, but six errors gave the Lady Redhounds a slim chance at making it a game against Somerset.

Three of their six errors came in the seventh inning, allowing the Lady Briar Jumpers the chance to score six runs and finish off the game, 10-0.

"We did not do a good job of fielding the ball tonight. We had six errors and a few of those errors were in a crucial point in the game," said Hart. "Once we get this together, I think we can be a really good team. You just can't beat teams when you make as many mistakes as we are making right now."

Corbin held Somerest scoreless in the first inning, but the Lady Briar Jumpers managed to score three runs in the top of the third. Autumn Latham reached base on an error, and was later brought home on a single by Alyssa Richardson. Richardson was also able to score in the inning, along with Brynlee Bigelow, to give Somerset a 3-0 lead after two innings.

Somerset added another run in the top of the fifth inning before going on to score six in the top of the seventh.

"The most frustrating part about this is that we are capable of doing these things," said Hart. "I think we have the potential to be a good team, we just have to start putting complete games together."

The loss dropped Corbin's record to 2-7 on the season, but they'll look to turn things around against Clay County, before heading to Florida next week.

"We will have opportunities to get better. Going to Florida is always good for us because we come back a better team," said Hart. "Hopefully, we can get things turned around here and starting playing the way I know we can play."

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