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|Vidalia softball team falls in finals|
Vidalia's first venture into Little League Softball was a memorable one as the Vidalia 13-16 Senior League All-Stars advanced to the Southwest Regional Tournament championship game before falling to Texas West, 3-2 Tuesday night in Pineville.
Texas West put Vidalia into the loser's bracket Saturday with a 6-1 win as Henessey Soto struck out 10 Vidalia batters.
Mollie Devening matched Soto Tuesday night, allowing one earned run on eight hits, striking out two and walking one batter.
Soto allowed two runs on eight hits, struck out five and walked two.
Vidalia threatened in the seventh inning as KeKe Collins singled, stole second and moved to third on a bunt by Savannah Johnston. Ginny Daggett hit a deep fly ball to the fence that was caught.
Vidalia scored its first run of the game in the bottom of the first when Collins singled, stole second, stole third and scored on an Ellen Bairnsfather single. The Vidalia stars advanced to the championship game with a thrilling 10-9 win over Texas East Monday.
The Vidalia team trailed 9-5 with one out in the seventh inning before rallying for the win.
Ellen Bairnsfather shut down Texas East in the bottom of the inning to nail the win.
Savannah Johnston started the seventh inning rally with a single. Bairnsfather tripled and scored on a fielder's choice off the bat of Ginny Daggett.
Paige Bryan followed with a single, before Allison Hauer and Bailey New walked to load the bases.
Taylor Morace delivered a double and Lay Lay Griffin got the game-winning hit with a single to right field.
Vidalia faced Texas West in the championship game Monday. Check the A section for the results of that game.
Vidalia defeated Lake Charles 5-1 Sunday night.
Mollie Devening pitched three innings on the mound, allowing three hits and walked two batters while striking out just one batter.
Paige Bryan was the starting pitcher for Vidalia. Ellen Bairnsfather pitched two innings of relief, striking out three while allowing just two hits.
Vidalia finished with nine hits in the game. New was 3-for-3 and Allison Hauer had a double.
Vidalia lost to West Texas in its second game. Vidalia blanked New Mexico, 11-0 in its first game.
Bryan and Devening combined on a one-hitter as Vidalia had 14 hits of its own in the victory.
Ginny Daggett got the scoring started for Vidalia in the bottom of the first inning when she drove in three runs with a bases-loaded triple.
Daggett added another triple later in the game.
Savannah Johnston tripled in two runs in a three-run fifth inning that ended the game due to the 10-run mercy rule. KeKe Collins was 3-for-4 in the victory while Bairnsfather and Taylor Morace were 2-for-2.
The Vidalia 9-12 team fell to Louisiana District 5 team 10-0 in five innings in its first game and to the American East team from Pine Bluff, Ark., 13-12 in in its second game in Monroe.
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