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|Lady Vikings get district win|
Vidalia's snakebit softball team finally had one go there way as the Lady Vikings defeated Marksville 9-6 Tuesday for their first District 3-3A win of the season.
Vidalia lost a heartbreaker to Marksville 3-2 in a 10-inning game on Thursday in Marksville.
The contest was scoreless until the 10th inning when Vidalia scored two runs in the top of the 10th before the Lady Tigers scored three in the bottom of the inning.
But it was a different story Tuesday.
"It's getting near the end of the season and I'm looking for improvement," said Vidalia coach Gary Paul Parnham. "We're getting better, but still not where we want to be. It's a gradual process."
Julie White led the Vikings with three hits.
Kennedy Beard, Kassi Randall, Randi Cox and winning pitcher Laura Perrilloux had one hit each.
The Lady Vikings fell to Bunkie, 3-2 in Bunkie on March 22.
"We were up 2-1 in the sixth inning after putting runners on second and third with no outs in the fifth inning and having three batters strike out," Parnham said. "Their leadoff hitter got on and then we had a passed ball and they won the game on a sacrifice fly. We just can't seem to turn the corner. All we needed was a groundball to the right side in the fifth inning. We had our chances."
Vidalia fell to top-rated Buckeye 2-0 in Deville on March 18.
"We played one of our better games against the top 3A team in the state," Parnham said. "We were able to get out of jams we've been getting ourselves into most of the season. We've come a long way since the start of the season."
Vidalia fell to Jena 7-2 on Monday in Vidalia in district play.
The Lady Vikings had nine errors in the contest.
"We obviously made way too many mistakes," Parnham said.
Vidalia plays at Cathedral Thursday before visiting Avoyelles Monday.
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