MOULTRIE -- The Colquitt County girls softball team's offensive malaise continued on Tuesday when the Lady Packers managed just three hits in a 8-2 loss to Coffee High at Ike Aultman Field.

The loss drops the Lady Packers to 6-15 overall and 1-5 in the Region 1-AAAAA standings.

Colquitt's only region win came by a 13-10 score over Valdosta on Sept. 9. But in the five region losses -- including two to Coffee -- the Lady Packers have been outscored 42-2 and the two runs they scored on Tuesday were the first in a losing region game.

Colquitt was no-hit by Coffee in Douglas on Sept. 2, but made sure that would not happen again when Ashley Stafford beat out an infield hit in the second inning.

The sophomore catcher later scored on an error as the Lady Packers closed to within a run at 2-1.

But Coffee scored three times in the top of third and the Lady Packers were unable to make up the difference.

Colquitt scored its other run in the sixth inning when Jessica Sealy singled to open the inning, moved to second on an error, went to third on a walk and scored on an infield grounder by Kelli Wallace.

Haley Davis and Jessica Moore led the Coffee offense with three hits each. Moore had a pair of triples among her hits and Davis drove in the final two Lady Trojans runs with a two-out, seventh-inning single.

Tiffany Wells had two hits, including a double, for Coffee.

Lynn Hart had Colquitt County's other hit.

The Lady Packers will be back at home on Thursday, Oct. 2, to meet Tift County.

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