By Les Dixon / Sports Editor
FORT WALTON BEACH, FLA. — The Corbin Lady Redhounds spotted Henry County a 4-0 lead before rallying to pick up an impressive 9-8 win.
The Lady Redhounds had to overcome seven errors to improve to 4-2 on the season, as Hannah Hart picked up the win on the mound after allowing only one earned run and seven hits while finishing the game with five strikeouts.
Katie Bernardo led the way at the plate for Corbin, going 2-for-3 with three runs scored and a double while Hart was 1-for-5 with a hit and two RBIs and teammate Whitley Gatliff also had a hit and drove in two runs during the win.
Henry County built a 4-0 edge at the end of the third inning, but the Lady Redhounds responded with a five-run effort in the top of the fourth inning, as Gatliff’s two-run double highlighted the inning.
Corbin took advantage of some Henry County miscues, as Sydney Reynolds scored on a passed ball to give her team a 5-4 edge.
The Lady Redhounds’ lead grew to 6-4 with a run in the top of the fifth inning, but Henry County responded with four runs in the bottom of the inning to take an 8-6 advantage.
But Corbin never folded.
Henry County’s lead was short-lived, as the Lady Redhounds responded with three runs in the top of the sixth inning to take the lead for good at 9-8.
Lady Redounds rally from 4-0 deficit to beat Henry County, 9-8
By Les Dixon / Sports Editor
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THE WAY IT IS: The times, they are a changing
The times, they are a changing — especially in the Tri-County high school sports scene.
The Tri-County Sports Authority youth football league, which usually fields in the neighborhood of 200 players, is about to get a little more crowded this season.
THE WAY IT IS: Football is in the air in the Tri-County
These cool summer days are reminding me of the cool football Friday nights of September and October, and with that said, these cooler temperatures have me in the mood of writing about things to come for our local football teams in the Tri-County.
It’s never too early to talk about what games will be the big ones for the Tri-County high school football fans to watch this upcoming season. I’ve tried to narrow my list down to 10 games, but honestly, it really wasn’t easy to do — but I did manage to do it.
Let’s just say things should be very entertaining, and interesting, for you the fan this season.
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With just a little over two weeks passed since Rob Ledington announced his resignation as head coach of the Corbin Redhounds’ baseball team, Corbin School officials announced their choice his replacement.
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By Les Dixon
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