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|Vidalia hosts Invitational|
One week after completing a wintry Vidalia Baseball Classic, the Vidalia High Invitational hopes to have some more reasonable conditions.
The tournament begins Thursday at 4 p.m. with Vidalia's junior varsity facing Franklin Parish's junior varsity, followed by a varsity game between both schools.
On Friday, Rayville faces Franklin Parish at 4:30 p.m., followed by Minden against Trinity Episcopal at 6:30 p.m.
On Saturday, Trinity faces Rayville at 10 a.m., followed by Rayville versus Minden, Trinity against Franklin Parish and Vidalia against Minden.
Last week, snow on Friday and early Saturday forced Hoffpauir to shorten the tournament.
But despite the change and wintry conditions, the tournament was still a success, thanks in large part to local teams Cathedral, Trinity and Adams County Christian School participating.
Trinity fell to Pineville 5-4 in the first game, followed by Cathedral nipping Adams County Christian School 8-7 in the second game. It was the first meeting for Cathedral against a varsity private school in Natchez in any sport.
Snow cancelled Friday's games, but on Saturday, Jena defeated Oak Hill, Vidalia held off Hamilton Christian, 9-6, Trinity defeated ACCS, Pineville upended Cathedral and Jena beat Vidalia, 9-4.
Trey Barnes and Mason Ozburn homered for Vidalia in the Vikings' win over Hamilton Christian.
"I want to thank all the people that helped make this tournament a success," said Vidalia coach Johnny Lee Hoffpauir. "I was impressed with the way the teams, coaches, and fans conducted themselves during the event. And a special thanks to all the workers that helped us put this thing on."
Vidalia's home game with Harrisonburg Monday was cancelled.
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