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|Vidalia, Monterey girls fall|
Vidalia High and Monterey High's softball teams saw their seasons come to an end in the first round of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
Vidalia, seeded No. 19, fell to No. 14 Berwick, 5-0.
No. 23 Monterey lost a heartbreaker to No. 10 Runnels, 3-2, in Baton Rouge.
Berwick scored one run in the third inning and two runs each in the fifth and sixth innings.
Vidalia had six hits, led by Mary Katherine Golden with a double and single. Golden also walked.
Alaina Burns singled twice, while Kassi Randall and Brittney Evans both singled.
Mindy Leonard had a triple and double and batted in three runs for the Lady Panthers.
Vidalia finished its season Thursday with a 6-5 loss to Block as the Lady Bears scored the winning run in the eighth inning.
Berwick visits St. Louis Saturday in Lake Charles.
The Lady Wolves, led Runnels, the Class B state runner-up last year, after scoring two runs in the fourth inning.
Madison Simpson walked, Taylor Morace followed with a triple and Holli Clay brought Morace in with a fielder's choice.
Runnels tied the game at 2-2 in the sixth and scored the winning run in the seventh.
"The girls played hard and did a great job," said Monterey coach Hazel Brallier.
Clay struck out two and walked two for the Lady Wolves.
"Holli did a great job and has really come a long way," Brallier said. "The girls did a good job behind her. We did some things we haven't done all season. I was very proud of the effort."
Kendall Lipsey had a double and single, while Morace finished with a triple and double and Logan Dale singled.
"I'm looking forward to next season," said Brallier, who loses one senior in Simpson. "We're going to get better."
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