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Action winds down at Northeast Park leagues

By Staff
July 3, 2003
Northeast Park Girls Softball
8 &Under
Rush Wound Center 18
Judge Little 8
Rush Wound Center scored eight runs in the second inning and went on to beat Judge Little 18-8.
Rush also scored five runs in the third and four runs in the fourth to take the victory.
Hailey Brohaugh had two doubles and a home run for Rush Wound Center. Karli Swearingen added a single and a homer and Morgan Lee had a single, a double and a triple in the win.
Anna Little had two singles and Ashton Lamoreaux had a single and a double in the loss for Judge Little.
Ivan Cobb Enterprise 16
Rush Wound Center 10
To correct a previous report, Ivan Cobb Enterprise came back to take a 16-10 victory over Rush Wound Center.
The score had been previously reported as a 10-7 victory for Rush Wound Center.
Mallory Reynolds had two singles and a double for Ivan Cobb. Deshayna Hickman had a double and a home run and Makenzie Cobb had three singles.
Katie Swearingen had two singles and a triple for Rush. Kim Neal and Caroline Martin added a double and a triple each.
12 &Under
Iron Kids 26
Grayson Optical 6
Iron Kids scored six runs in the first and added four runs in the second to take a big 26-6 win over Grayson Optical.
Iron Kids also exploded for 10 runs in the fifth inning to secure the victory.
No leading hitters were reported for the game.
Foot Clinic 14
Hospice South 5
Foot Clinic scored seven runs in the first inning to take a big lead and went on to take a 14-5 win over Hospice South.
Foot Clinic also scored five runs in the second to build an 12-2 lead after two innings of play.
The leading hitters for Foot Clinic could not be reported because no last names were given.
Lindsey Lang had a single, double and homer for Hospice South. Keri Graham had three singles and Lauren Lang had a home run for Hospice South.
United Fence 15
McKee Body Shop 7
United Fence exploded for 11 runs in the top of the fifth inning to take a come-from-behind 15-7 victory over McKee Body Shop.
McKee Body Shop scored five runs in the third inning and led 5-4 before the huge United Fence outburst in the final inning.
Brianca Hudnall had a triple for United Fence. Kathryn Rawlings had a home run and Callie Rush added a single in the win.
Angel Parker had a single and a double for McKee Body Shop. Tina Sullivan had a single and a triple while Natalie Watson had a double.

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