The Lady Warriors softball team grabbed two big Region III wins, including a no-hitter over rival McBee.
The wins put Indian Land at .500 with a 4-4 record. Against Chesterfield, Indian Land won 8-1 allowing just two hits as junior Kristin Campbell got the win and improved her record to 2-2.
Indian Land scattered 11 hits and was led by Campbell and eighth-grader Beth Martin, both of which went 2-4 at the plate. Martin had two RBIs and two doubles.
Junior Alyssa Hartley, senior Kimber Coley, and sophomore Paige Brugh all had doubles in the game. Eighth-graders Hayley Vachon and Katie Jowers each had hits as well.
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The Lady Warriors opened the second inning with four runs and added two more in each of the next two innings.
Against McBee, Indian Land only had two hits, but made them count as Brugh and Campbell each went 1-3 with Campbell driving in Brugh in the third inning.
Coley improved to 2-2 on the year by throwing the 1-0 no-hit shutout.
The Lady Warriors defensively backed up Coley and didn't commit an error.
• March 20 at Lewisville, 5:30 p.m.
• March 28 vs. Buford,
• April 1 at North Central,
• April 2 vs. Clover,