Comanche Lady Indians softball team has been on fire in 2019, they most recently beat Kingston 3-1 Thursday evening and had a successful week and a half that included a trip to Colorado.
Taking an early 2-0 lead Thursday, Kinley Rendon hit a sacrifice bunt to score Brooklin Bain with Brooklyn Gill also laying down a sacrifice bunt to score Emily Roden to take the early lead.
Kingston would get one back in the top of the second, however, Caity Blair was able to score Roden in the bottom half of the sixth to make it the final outcome 3-1 over their district rivals.
With the home victory, the Lady Indians split the district series and are in a tie with Marlow for first place in the district. Comanche holds the current tie breaker of head-to-head with the Lady Outlaws.
In the game against Kingston, the Lady Indians relied on Bain who went the complete game only allowing three hits, one run and had 11 strikeouts during their 13th victory of the season.
Gill on this past Tuesday was the winning pitcher in the 11-3 district victory over Marietta. Gill allowed three runs and struck out three while going the complete five innings of the game.
Over the Labor Day weekend, the Comanche Lady Indians took a trip of a lifetime to Colorado to play in four games on two days. The Lady Indians went 2-2 on the weekend.
Their first game on Friday, the Lady Indians won 13-3 over Fort Collins and lost a close 8-7 match against Rocky Mountain.
In game one on Saturday, the Lady Indians faced off against Fossil Ridge where they lost 5-2, however, the Lady Indians bounced back and won 3-2 against Poudre in the finale of the trip.
During their trip they got to visit the Rocky Mountains, go to a Colorado Rockies game and, according to Coach Aaron Minor, have a trip of a lifetime where they relaxed and played ball.
With all of their games completed this week, the Comanche Lady Indians will now keep their string of district games going starting Monday evening.
Lady Indians will host Marlow starting at 5 p.m. Sept. 9 and will have several tournaments to end the season with Comanche looking at a big chance of hosting regionals at the beginning of October.