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Belles rained out

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Halifax American and Charlotte County Belles join together in an impromptu rain dance on the pitchers mound Saturday evening. The game was called early due to rain with Charlotte County leading 7-4. Below left, American Belles catcher Faith Lester waits for a throw. Below right, Olivia Noblin takes a throw against a Charlotte County runner. (David Conner II photos)
SoVaNow.com / June 24, 2013
The Belles division got one game completed Saturday, with another outcome delayed by rain in tournament play in Halifax.

Motley disposed of Brookneal, 18-1, in game one.

Charlotte County led the Halifax American Belles, 7-4, in early action.

The game was halted due to rain, with action resuming Sunday.

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