Bennett performs well at all-star weekend
TIOGA - Rosepine senior Chloe Bennett had a dominant year on the softball diamond.
And it continued this past weekend.
The LSU-Eunice signee pitches five innings in the annual Louisiana Softball Coaches Association all-star games held at Tioga's Ward 10 Complex last Friday and Saturday.
Bennett pitched a total of five innings over the two-day event, striking out eight batters and surrendering no run along the way.
Additionally, Bennett batted three times officially, reaching base safely with one hit.
The all-star performance put a cap on what was a most impressive season for the standout pitcher.
On the season, Bennett finished with an overall record of 26-2, throwing a total of 172 innings. Along the way, she struck out 341 batters, while walking only 27.
Bennett finished the year with 14 shutouts, including a total of five no-hitters and eight one-hitters. Of her five no-hit performances, three were perfect games.
Additionally, Bennett was the District 5-2A Most Valuable Player and guided the Lady Eagles to a perfect league campaign and an appearance in the Class 2A semifinals, where she struck out 16 Doyle batters in a 1-0 loss.