After falling behind 2-0 in the third, FHS clawed back within one before the breakout inning. Keeley Etchison RBI single gave the Tigers the lead for good. FHS finished with nine hits for the game and were led by multiple-hit games from Etchison, Caroline Kerr and Shay Hopkins.
Torrey Hogan pitched a complete game and only allowed two runs while striking out two.
FHS (21-8) remains tied for first place in District 2-6A at 7-1. The team plays at Odessa Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
LHS 002 000 0 – 2 10 4
FHS 000 160 x – 7 9 5
*pictures provided by Curry Photography