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Vidalia's 15-16 Senior League All-Stars finished 2-3 at the Little League Senior World Series in Sussex County. De.
ASOFEM Little League team representing Latin America came from behind to defeat host Woodbridge Little League team 6-4 in the Championship game of the Senior Softball World Series.
Vidalia, representing Southwest, started out with a 6-5 win over Italy before falling to Puerto Rico (4-2)
Vidalia fell to South Bend, In., 9-0 on Wednesday and Florida, 4-1 on Thursday.
Against South Bend, Paige Bryan and Nikki Harbor both singled.
Against Florida, Paige Bryan doubled and singled, while Karlee Woodruff and Taylor Rodgers both doubled.
Vidalia defeated Asia-Pacific (Guam) 10-6 in its final game Friday.
Laura Perrilloux had four hits, while Paige Bryan added two hits.
Nikki Harbor, Karlee Woodruff, Blake Colclasure, Taylor Rodgers, Lacee Book and Savannah McCarver added hits.
Rodgers picked up the win.
Vidalia's 14-under-all-stars placed second in the Little League Juniors Softball Southwestern Regional Tournament at Santa Fe's Alto Park in New Mexico.
Having to beat West Texas of Eagle Pass twice, Vidalia lost 4-2 in is first championship game."Our girls started off a little slow, but definitely warmed up," said Vidalia assistant coach Jenny Watson. "As soon as we got there they quickly made friends with the Colorado and New Mexico teams. Laken Hood smashed a ball over what the field workers called 'The Green Monster' and won the hearts of the president and staff at the field. The president says no girl has ever hit the ball that far. The green monster he is referred to is a green mesh net about 25 feet high that wraps around left field fence."
Vidalia's Katelin Temple won the home run derby challenge.
"Louisiana was pegged with the best hitting team there," Watson said. "When our bats came around many people made commented on how they had never seen a team hit as well as us. A couple that moved to Sante Fe from Natchez about 10 years ago read about our girls in the paper and came to watch our girls. One man showed up at every one of our games. One sportswriter came out to dinner with us and was just astonished with our girls. For three games our girls seemed untouchable and we were the team that many expected to win"
Watson said Elizabeth Smith never pitched better thanin this tournament.
"Kameron Stevenson, Cassie Gonzales, and Daley Jordan all stepped up and delivered on the mound,"Watson said. "Kayla Gilmore and Katelin Temple held the corners on the infield down while Katelynn Bertelson was almost perfection at shortstop. Tatum Turner, Shauneisha Crumtpon, Laken Hood, Daley, and Kameron were great in outfield. Emily Isabell caught the entire tournament and for someone who has only played for two years was amazing. Our girls showed true talent and great sportsmanship. There is no doubt in my mind that these girls will see the Little League World Series soon."
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