The Lady Terrors are two days away from the start of the regular season, but logged some in-game experience in a scrimmage against Wayne County Monday.

The Lady Terrors lost the seven-inning exhibition 3-1, then played a one-inning tiebreaker scenario, which the Lady Terrors won 4-2.

Brooke Smith drove in the Terrors one run in the first seven innings on a fielder's choice. The rally started when Skyler Crosby reached on an error and advanced to third on a Claire Fendig single. MacKenzie Hooker pitched more than five innings for the Lady Terrors and Ann Bryce Nalley picked her up for the final innings of relief.

In the tiebreaker inning — which begins with a runner on second base and no outs — the Lady Terrors scored four runs on four hits. Maci Gibbs, Lyly Archer and Anna Bryce Nalley singled and Fendig laced an with an opposite-field double.

Head coach Jim Horton said the team is still solidifying some holes on defense, but was satisfied with his team's overall effort against what he considered a strong Wayne County team.

"Proud of our team and looking forward to the home opener Wednesday," he said.

The scrimmage was originally scheduled for Friday, but was cancelled due to inclement weather. The Lady Terrors' first regular season game Wednesday is against Long County.

Lady Pirates Postponed

Brunswick softball's second regular season game at Bacon County was postponed Monday night due to weather.

The Lady Pirates are scheduled to make up the game at 6 p.m. on Sept. 20 in Bacon County. The Lady Pirates will be back on the field Thursday for an away game against Wayne County.