From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
HOOVER — Spain Park was not the most hospitable of hosts in the 7A Area 6 tournament in Hoover. The Jaguars claimed the hardware all for their own and handed Hewitt-Trussville a pair of losses along the way. Nevertheless, the Huskies claimed a spot in the AHSAA Regional in Tuscaloosa next week.
Hewitt-Trussville started the tournament with a crushing 9-1 win over Vestavia Hills, but the Jaguars would prove to be too much for the field.
The Huskies fell to the Jaguars 3-0 on Wednesday. Anyce Harvey, Maddie Katona, Kenleigh Cahalan and Riley Tyree each each had a hit for Hewitt in the loss.
Thursday started much better for Hewitt-Trussville when the Lady Huskies walloped Vestavia Hills 10-0. Hannah Borden and Crystal Maze led the way with three hits each, while Kaitlyn Hughes smoked the Rebels with a no-hit effort.
The win sent to Huskies back to face Spain Park and the Jaguars dropped Hewitt-Trussville 4-1. A solo homer in the first gave Spain Park the lead that they held until the end.
Hannah Borden, Anyce Harvey, Riley Tyree, Maddie Katona and Abigail Dorsett all had hits for the Huskies.