The Lincoln County High School softball team played a doubleheader against Needles last weekend.

The Lady Lynx struggled in the first game but bounced back and took the win in the second game.

The first game wasn’t pretty for Lincoln, as the team took a 14-1 loss.

“We had too many errors, and we weren’t getting solid hits,” said coach Danny Lloyd. Senior Hannah Lytle and freshman Sadie Soderborg pitched.

“Needles is a good hitting team, and if we played at our best, then we could have beat them for sure,” Lloyd said

In the next game Lincoln really woke up. Coach gave his pitchers a second chance, and they really stepped up. Soderborg started and Lytle finished off the game. The team only gave up four runs and got a good number of strikeouts. Lincoln’s offense was playing just as good maybe even better than their pitching. They racked in 16 runs to close out the game.

Lincoln (9-7 overall, 3-1 league) plays at Agassi Prep (2-12, 2-6) on Tuesday starting at 1 p.m. and heads to Calvary Chapel on the 21st.