After being rained on Monday and Tuesday, North Putnam was forced to face Speedway in a softball doubleheader on Wednesday.
In game one, the Cougars lost 4-2 after the game was tied 2-2 in the top of the sixth and the Cougars had the bases loaded. But one of the runners got called for interference when Taylor Judy singled. The Sparkplugs then scored two runs in the next frame for the win.
Judy earned the loss in the first game, allowing four runs, one of which were earned ,while fanning 10 batters.
Offensively, the Lady Cougars got hits from Leah Crosby, Ashley Curry, Logan Doyle and Mackensy Asbell all had singles.
Judy hit an RBI triple and Carlye McGaughey hit a double.
In game two, the Lady Cougars got some revenge when they beat Speedway 4-2.
Judy earned the win, striking out 11 Sparkplugs while allowing five hits and two runs.
Leading the offense for North Putnam was McGaughey, who had a double and two RBIs while Dakota Malayer had a double and Crosby had two singles. Judy also had an RBI sacrifice.
North Putnam is back in action on Monday when they travel to Cloverdale for a 6 p.m.