Lady Rangers upend Jellico

from staff reports

   Playing Saturday in the misty rain, Unaka scored seven runs in the first two innings to easily beat Jellico 10-2 in girls softball action.
   Catcher Emily Elliott led the Lady Ranger bats, hitting 2-for-3 on the day, while Amber Woods went 1-for-2, driving in two runs, and Medora Carrier doubled to drive in another run.
   On the mound, Danielle Williams picked up the win by allowing only the two runs in the fourth inning. Ryann Musick came in relief in the fifth inning to finish off the day.
   Combined the Unaka pitchers struck out six batters, while walking only three. On the other side, the Lady Devils recorded three K's, but gave eight batters the free trip to first base.
   The Lady Rangers improved to 5-4 on the season, before returning to action Monday at 4:30 p.m. when they host the Lady Trailblazers of Daniel Boone.