Bell picked up wins over Boyle County and Jackson County before falling to Tates Creek in the nightcap.
Bell used a thrilling fourth inning rally to defeat Boyle 6-5, completing the comeback just before the tournament time limit ended the game.
Bell jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning, but Boyle stormed back in a four-run third inning and added another in the top of the fourth to lead 5-2 with time ticking down.
Kacy Denny drew a walk to lead off the inning and Bell County coach Jeff Brock called for pinch runner Emily Persinger, who promptly stole second base. Tiffany Oliver then belted an RBI single. Oliver was thrown out in a play at the plate on Kristen Baker's single.
Datina Centers walked and gave way to pinch runner Mekayla Robbins. Katie Dixon closed the game to 5-4 with an RBI single and she and Robbins executed a double steal to put runners at second and third. Sydney MacAnich drove in both runners with a single up the middle. The time limit expired minutes later as Bell hung on for the victory.
MacAnich led the Lady Cats' offense with a pair of singles and two big RBI. Oliver also singled twice and drove in a run. Baker singled and drew a pair of walks and Dixon added a single.
Amber Taylor picked up the win, striking out one and walking two in four innings of work.
The Lady Cats held off a Jackson County rally in their second game, winning 5-2.
Bell jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and added two more runs in the second. The lead grew to 5-0 after three before the Lady Generals scored a run in each of the fourth and fifth innings, but their comeback bid fell short.
Dixon led Bell with a pair of triples and an RBI. MacAnich had two singles and drove in a run and Oliver and Denny each added RBI singles. Baker and Tracy Laws also singled.
Laws picked up the victory, limiting Jackson to just one hit in five innings. She struck out six and walked eight.
Dixon laced a run-scoring triple to the outfield fence in the first inning, driving in Baker, and came around to score on McAnich's single. Denny and Taylor both walked to open the second inning and came in on Oliver's single.
Tates Creek, which defeated the Lady Cats 8-0 in the Tates Creek Invitational a week ago, used a five-run fifth inning to break open the final game for a 10-3 victory.
The Lady Cats chased Creek starter Emily Hogston after the first inning, taking a 2-0 lead.
Tates Creek quickly tied the game with a two-spot in the home half of the frame and led 5-2 after four innings.
A couple of errors helped the Lady Commodores break the game open in the fifth.
Dixon, Centers and Laws had a double and a single apiece to lead the Lady Cats offensively. Baker added a single.
Monday's game between Bell County (5-7) and Corbin has been canceled due to the death of Barry Philpot, a teacher and former assistant football coach at the high school. According to Brock all extra-curricular activities have been suspended until Thursday.
Boyle County 004 1 - 5 4 1
Bell County 020 4 - 6 6 5
Pennington and Selby; Taylor and Dixon. W-Taylor. L-Pennington.
Bell County 221 00 - 5 8 0
Jackson County 000 11 - 2 1 3
Laws and Dixon; Thomas and Williams. W-Laws. L-Thomas.
Bell County 200 010 - 3 7 4
Tates Creek 203 05x - 10 6 0
Taylor and Dixon; Hogston, Waters (2) and Hix. W-Waters. L-Taylor.