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The Tigers of Winona High School were only able to get one game in last week due to all the bad weather when they dropped a 19-17 decision to Region 3-3A foe Humphreys County on Saturday.

Humphreys exploded for nine runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to take a 19-15 lead into the final inning. Winona scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning. The Tigers outhit the Cowboys 18-10, but made four crucial errors and walked Humphreys County ten times.

Tommarion Brown (1-1), the third Winona pitcher, took the loss when he gave up seven runs (six earned) in two innings of work. He walked six and fanned two.

Conner Helms started on the mound and threw 2 1/3 innings, allowing two runs (one earned) on four hits, walking one and striking out five. Gavin Vance pitched 1 1/3 inning, yielding seven runs (three earned) on three hits, three walks and three fans. Hammond Austin recorded the final out in the sixth, but gave up three runs on three hits.

Miles Bailey drove in four runs with a homerun and two singles. He also scored twice. Danarius Robinson hit two doubles, drove in three runs and scored once. Helms had two hits, two RBIs and scored three times, and Austin had two hits, three RBIs and scored twice. Brown singled and two doubles, drove in a run and scored two runs.

Chase Richardson had a single, three RBIs and scored three runs, and Kam’ron Robinson had a single and double and scored two runs. Vance singled and scored three runs, and Jaylon Richardson singled and doubled.

Winona, which played at Vardaman on Monday and wrapped up Region 3 games at Yazoo County on Tuesday, is in the playoffs starting this weekend.

Winona High Softball

The Lady Tigers were able to play two games in Region 3-3A play last week. They dropped a 4-0 decision to Yazoo County, defeating Amanda Elzy 13-0.

Winona and Yazoo played Friday. The Lady Panthers scored two points in the first and one point in the third and sixth frames.

Winona (11-10, 6-2) got one hit from Emily Casiday. Madison Henderson took the loss in the circle as she failed to record an out, allowing two runs (both earned) and walking two. Olivia Swindle pitched six innings, yielding two runs (one earned) on three hits, one of which was a strikeout.

In the game against Elzy on April 8, the Lady Tigers scored 10 hits and held Elzy to two hits. Swindle, the winning pitcher, had two singles and a double, scored three runs and drove in three. Dorothy Derrick-Martin drove in five runs with a single and triple. She also scored twice.

Makinley Russell had two singles and scored a run, and Casiday singled, scored three runs and drove in a run. Lindsey Berryhill and Alisha Taylor singled to score a run each.

Swindle pitched four innings, walking two and fanning six innings.

Winona, which played at JZ George on Monday, will play Booneville in a first-round Class 3A playoff series.

Winona High Archery

The Tigers competed in the AIMS State competition last week at the Jackson Trade Mart. They finished with a team score of 2,762 points.

The top 12 with their scores were Brycelyn Townsend (257), Jamar Nash (250), William Chandler (250), Dylan Johnson (248), Jacob Kilcrease (233), Lilly Chandler (233), Archie Flowers (225), Ni ‘Khyla Baskin (223), Ethan Drake (212), Alicia Jackson (211), Autumn Powell (210) and Jaden Holifield (204).

Winona High Tennis

The Tiger Netters did not fare well in their Class 3A first-round match, dropping a 7-0 decision to Mooreville High School on Saturday.

Thomas Rosamond lost 6-0, 6-0 in his boys singles match, and Lilian Jones lost 6-0, 6-0 in her girls singles match. In the boys doubles No. 1, Jemarius Sanders and Gunner Wilkes lost 6-0, 6-1, and in the boys doubles No. 2, A’jerrian Garrett and Jeffrey Butts lost 6-0, 6-2. Winona lost both the No. 1 and No. 2 girls doubles matches by default. In the mixed doubles, Ben Rosamond and Marlee Wilkes lost 6-3, 6-0.