With the rains cleared, the Waxahachie Lady Indian softball team had a strong showing over the weekend in Corsicana.

The Lady Indians finished the three-day tournament 3-1-1, which included a 12-0 drubbing of Malakoff in the finale. Waxahachie also picked up wins against Corsicana (12-2) and Harker Heights (4-3). The Lady Indians fell to Lorena, 7-3, Saturday morning and tied Crawford (3-3) to open the tournament.

Talia Salinas recorded the shutout in the run-rule victory Saturday afternoon against Malakoff. She tossed four innings and struck out seven while allowing just four hits.

Salinas compiled 9.2 innings over the weekend and allowed just one earned run while striking out 13. Lillian Graham recorded 8.1 innings inside the circle with six earned runs and eight punchouts. Kameron Ryer also pitched five innings, allowing three earned runs and striking out four.

Hope David led the Lady Indians at the plate, as she finished the weekend 8-for-15 with seven singles, one double, a pair of RBIs and four runs scored.

Sharrika Levingston (6-for-11, 3 2B) and Kaylie Burdine (4-for-10, 2 2B, HR) plated a team-high seven RBIs. Burdine slugged one of three Waxahachie home runs, joining Courtney Crownover (3-for-5, 4 RBIs) and Ryer (2-for-7, 2 RBIs).

Addy Redd, Burdine and Salinas all recorded four hits.

As a team, the Lady Indians hit .406 over the three days (43-for-106) and had 16 extra-base hits.


Waxahachie is now 5-4-1 on the season and begins District 10-5A action at 7 p.m. Tuesday at home against Mansfield Summit.