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Lafayette's wondrous softball season just keeps getting better. The third-ranked Lady Generals topped Woodford County 9-1 Tuesday in a game that was called in the middle of the sixth inning because of lightning. Lafayette, which beat Woodford 12-1 in
Bubba Johnson, who missed the previous game because of a strained Achilles, ran for 147 yards and two touchdowns Friday night as Lafayette spoiled Henry Clay's homecoming, 14-0. Johnson also recovered a fumble to set up the clinching touchdown drive.
She also had three hits in the game, including a double and an RBI. Buy Photo Story Photos After outscoring city opponents 150-0 this season, Lafayette left little doubt that it's the top softball team in Lexington...Generals aren't satisfied with
Buy Photo Story Photos The rain finally stopped Tuesday afternoon, but the Creek kept rising...The Commodores' high school baseball team beat Lexington Christian Academy 9-3 on the artificial turf at Lexington Catholic on Tuesday night...Tates Creek
Instead the sixth-ranked team in the state spent its break losing three in a row to some of the nation's top teams at an event in North Carolina. Coach Dana Taylor called the trip a "somewhat humbling experience" for the Generals, but she said she