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Sports : Cameron's Final Four Dream Dies, 4-3 At Harrisonville
Posted by Tom on 2013/10/22 8:31:29 (223 reads) News by the same author

The Cameron Lady Dragons, playing in the Class 3 softball state quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon at Harrisonville, came up one run short in a 4-3 defeat, ending Cameron's season with a record of 19-6.

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The game between the Class 3 powers was scoreless through five innings, before Cameron's Olivia Nelson hit an RBI single in the sixth, for the 1-0 lead. Harrisonville tied the game at 1 in the bottom of the sixth inning, setting the stage for a dramatic seventh.

In the top of the seventh inning, Cameron's Maizey Hughes gave the Dragons a 3-1 lead, courtesy of a two-run double. Down by two, in the bottom of the seventh, Harrisonville rallied for three runs, and the win.

Here are the state QUARTERFINAL softball scores from Saturday:

Class 1:
Walnut Grove 7, Oran 6 (11)
Westran 10, Knox County 2
New Franklin 9, St. Elizabeth 7
Maysville 7, Jefferson 0

Semifinals (Friday in Springfield, MO):
Walnut Grove vs. Westran - 2:00 PM
New Franklin vs. Maysville - 2:00 PM

Class 2:
Kelly 20, Willow Springs 0
South Callaway 15, Highland 8
Bishop LeBlond 14, New Bloomfield 4
Marionville 3, Lamar 0

Semifinals (Friday in Springfield, MO):
Kelly vs. South Callaway - 10:00 AM
Marionville vs. Bishop Leblond - 10:00 AM

Class 3:
DeSoto 5, Visitation Academy 2
Blair Oaks 5, Monett 0
Centralia 6, St. Dominic 1 (15)
Harrisonville 4, Cameron 3

Semifinals (Friday in Springfield, MO):
DeSoto vs. Blair Oaks - 11:00 AM
Centralia vs. Harrisonville - 11:00 AM

Class 4:
Eureka 2, Oakville 0
Webb City 6, Columbia Hickman 3
Parkway North 5, Fort Zumwalt North 3 (15)
Lee's Summit 1, Truman 0

Semifinals (Friday in Springfield, MO):
Eureka vs. Webb City - 1:00 PM
Parkway North vs. Lee's Summit - 1:00 PM

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