After a seven-day layoff, the DeKalb County Tigerette fast-pitch softball team returned to action, Monday afternoon, against visiting White County. The Tigerettes got five strong innings from Shay Sullivan in the pitcher's circle, and an RBI double by Jaylen Garrett, which was the difference in a 1-0 Tigerette victory in the first game. The second game, however, was taken by the visiting Warriorettes, 6-4, despite a valiant rally attempt by DeKalb County.
Sullivan allowed only two hits in five innings in game one, and struck out seven White County batters. The Tigerettes had only three hits in the game, but two of those came in the bottom of the third inning, when DeKalb County scored the game's only run. Kayla Fish led off the inning with a single, and Garrett came up moments later and scored Fish with a hard hit double to center field. The Tigerettes committed no errors in the opener.