Kolbi Edens had two RBIs and Kaylyn Winders had three hits as the Webster County softball team downed Hopkinsville at home on Friday night, 6-1.
Webster scored runs in the each of the first five innings to take control of the game. Edens started the scoring in the first, hitting a single to drive in Christian Papineau and put the Lady Trojans up, 1-0.
Hopkinsville got a break in the second when Macye Davis was thrown out at home following a leadoff triple, but Madison Yates ended up scoring in her stead after a single. Jerrica Jones got the RBI there on a sacrifice, edging the lead to 2-0.
The Tigers got that run back in the top of the third, but Webster tagged the tying run out at home and notched two more runs in the bottom half to go up, 4-1. Winders hit a one-out triple to score Bailey Townsend, then advanced home on an error during Tyler McCulloch’s at-bat.
Papineau added an insurance run in the fourth off her RBI double, with Edens plating the final run on a sacrifice.
On the mound, Townsend pitched a complete game, giving up three hits and striking out four. The Lady Trojans rocked Hoptown starter Skyler Grant for 11 hits and six runs over five innings.
Webster snaps a four-game losing streak and improves to 12-15, while Hopkinsville falls to 5-9.