In Game one of the tournament the Murray County Indians took on Armuchee, and defeated the opposing Indians 3-1. Sophomore Whitney Gribble pitched for the win. She gave up one run, three hits, five strikeouts, and two walks. Lindsey Dunn, Shea Pendly, and Aubrie Osborne scored the Lady Indians three points.
The Indians second game was against Chattooga. Murray claimed the victory 1-0. Sophomore Lindsey Dunn pitched for the win giving up only one hit, and four walks. Dunn threw nine strike outs against the Chattooga Indians. The Lady Indians single run was scored with a homerun by Gribble.
The Lady Indians winning streak would come to an end in game three with a 3-2 loss to Rockmart. Gribble took the loss at the mound, giving up four runs and five hits; she threw four strikeouts. At the plate Shea Pendley went 2-3, Lindsey Dunn 1-4, Aubrie Osborne 1-3, and Gribble 1-3.
In game four Murray regained their grip pulling out a 3-2 win over the Southeast Raiders. Dunn pitched nine full innings, giving up two runs, six hits, seven walks, and threw eleven strikeouts. At the plate Dunn went 2-4, Osborne was 1-3, Ashlee Strong 1-5, Caitlyn Sims 1-3, and Pendley 1-3. Pendley stole home in the ninth, which gave the Lady Indians the win.
“By game five they were just tired,” said Johnston “they had been playing since early that morning almost non-stop.” Murray would fall to Coosa 10-5. Dunn would go 2-4, Pendley 1-3, Osborne 3-4, Gribble 2-3(which included a homerun), Simms 2-4, Cassidy Callahan 1-4, and Ashley Harrison 1-4.
The final game of the Tourney was postponed until Monday when the Lady Indians traveled to Pickens County to battle the Dragons. Murray would defeat the Dragons in a 3-0 shutout. Gribble pitched for the win, giving up four hits, 0 runs, and pitching seven strikeouts. At the plate Dunn went 2-4, Osborne 2-4, Callahan 1-3, Harrison when 1-3, and Ariel Smith 1-3. Callahan, Harrison, and Smith scored the Indians three runs. This final victory gave the Lady Indians an overall tournament record of 4-2.