A 13-run first inning for Fairview spoiled senior night for Harpeth but the Lady Indians were able to get seven runs on the board. Fairview went on to win 17-7.

After Fairview scored 13 in the top of the first inning Harpeth was able to come back and get two runs. Leadoff batter Cheyenne Higgs drew a walk and two batters later Blessing Minnis was able to get to first via base on balls as well. Higgs came in to score after an error and then Minnis stole home later in the first.

Harpeth added a third run in the second inning thanks as Harleigh Ragsdale scored on an error by the Fairview outfield.

Harpeth grabbed three more runs in the bottom of the third as Minnis stole home once again and then Harpeth scored two more after a Ragsdale home run.

Fairview scored one more in the top of the fourth inning and then three more in the top of the sixth. A Marrisa Barnes double scored Higgs but that would be the final run for Harpeth.

Casey Patrick is the sports reporter for the Cheatham County Exchange and the Dickson Post. He graduated from Dickson County High School in 2010.

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