Twin Valley girls win
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The Twin Valley Wildcats played one game this week, evening their record at 6-6 with a 19-4 blowout of Long Trail School, called in the sixth inning when the mercy rule went into effect. Christina Moore (above, from a game earlier this season) pitched the entire game for the Wildcats walking only one and striking out two. Moore added a double and a triple to help her bid, and Sammy Cunningham-Darrah hit a solo home run to lead their team in batting. Natalie Gerrick also went 2-2 with two singles. The game was played at the Twin Valley Middle School in Whitingham. The Wildcats will host Mount St. Joseph Academy on Friday at 4:30 pm.										             Jack Deming
The Twin Valley Wildcats played one game this week, evening their record at 6-6 with a 19-4 blowout of Long Trail School, called in the sixth inning when the mercy rule went into effect. Christina Moore (above, from a game earlier this season) pitched the entire game for the Wildcats walking only one and striking out two. Moore added a double and a triple to help her bid, and Sammy Cunningham-Darrah hit a solo home run to lead their team in batting. Natalie Gerrick also went 2-2 with two singles. The game was played at the Twin Valley Middle School in Whitingham. The Wildcats will host Mount St. Joseph Academy on Friday at 4:30 pm. Jack Deming
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