Lady Pacers continue to struggle in tough games


The Switzerland County Lady Pacer softball team has been struggling this season; but are still playing hard as the year heads into the strength of the schedule.

– On Wednesday, April 12th, Switzerland County fell to Milan by a final score of 14-0.

The Lady Pacers collected just two hits in the game: back-to-back singles by Alysa Parr and Maggie Henry.

Parr was the starting pitcher in the game, and took the loss.

– On Saturday, April 15th, the Lady Pacers played a doubleheader against the Lawrenceburg Lady Tigers.

In the first game, Switzerland County fell by a score of 19-1.

The Lady Pacers had three hits in the game: a single by Taylar Jordan to open the game, who came around to score Switzerland County’s only run of the game after Hope Tankersley had a sacrifice bunt and Parr singled Jordan home. The other hit came from the bat of Whitley Schirmer in the fifth inning.

The second game saw Switzerland County fall by a score of 5-2.

Henry had a singe to open the second inning, and she came around to score the Lady Pacers’ first run.

Tankersley had a one out single in the second inning; and Kaylee powered a double to open the fifth inning.

The Lady Pacers picked up another run in the seventh, when Henry opened the inning with her second hit of the game; and after Emma Sullivan walked, Schirmer singled home Henry.


Switzerland County returns to action today (Thursday) when Providence comes for a game; and the team then hosts Southwestern this Monday and Rising Sun on Wednesday, April 26th.