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Sports : Hello Win Column! Milan Softball Grabs Victory At North Shelby
Posted by Tom on 2013/9/26 21:20:00 (286 reads) News by the same author

The Milan Lady Wildcats are in the win column for the first time in 2013, traveling to Shelbyville on Thursday night and taking a 6-4 victory against the Lady Raiders from North Shelby High School.

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Freshman catcher Breanna Sawyer had the biggest hit in the game for Milan, a game-winning strike in the top of the fifth inning that was part of a 3 for 3, three run, two RBI night for the youngster.

The winning pitcher for Milan was Kyley Doak. The Lady 'Cats, with the win, improve to 1-7 on the season. Milan will play in the Schuyler County Tournament on Saturday, opening play with Brashear at 10 o'clock in the morning.

Milan's next home game, on Monday night at 5 o'clock against Schuyler County, will be broadcast on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com, with Tom Johnson on the play-by-play call. Milan has also announced that the Novinger home game, postponed last Friday (September 20th), will be made up on Wednesday, October 2nd at 5 o'clock from Legion Field in Milan.

Other softball finals from Thursday night are:

GIRLS:
Tina-Avalon 11, Grundy R-5 7
Palmyra 7, Brookfield 3
Stanberry 10, Princeton 0 (5 innings)
Gallatin 10, Braymer 0
Marceline 15, Paris 0
Northwestern 13, Hardin-Central 3
Knox County 5, Schuyler County 1
Scotland County 8, Putnam County 2
Novinger 11, Atlanta 5
Green City 18, Bucklin/Macon County 4
Polo 7, South Harrison 3
Maysville 14, Worth County 3
King City 16, Albany 0
Pattonsburg 15, Tri-County 0
Winston 10, East Harrison 4
North Harrison 10, Newtown-Harris 6
Hamilton 5, Lathrop 1

BOYS:
Grundy R-5 25, Tina-Avalon 8
Winston 15, East Harrison 0
Newtown-Harris 16, North Harrison 10

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