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South Hill Darlings continue dominant play in tournament / June 26, 2019
The South Hill All-Star Darlings continued their dominance in the Dixie Softball tournament at Shaver Field in Clarksville by defeating Lunenburg 23-12 on Saturday.

South Hill had an opening round 22-1 win over Brunswick on Friday night. The Saturday game versus Lunenburg was a little more competitive, but South Hill still won the game with a nice cushion.

South Hill began the top of the first by posting seven runs off six hits. Cailee Klein, Kirstey Goulding, Brooklyn Taylor, Latasia House, Paynter Satterfield, Olivia Ellis and Emmerson Talley all scored. Lunenburg put up five runs in the bottom of the first inning for the 7-5 lead in favor of South Hill.

South Hill added six runs in the second while holding Lunenburg to one run. Each team scored three runs in the third inning. South Hill led 16-9 going into the fourth inning.

South Hill posted four runs in the fourth and held Lunenburg to three. South Hill added three runs in the fifth for the 23-12 win.

Klein scored four runs in the winning effort for South Hill. Goulding, Taylor and Satterwhite scored three runs each. House, Ellis, Talley, Haislip, and Seamster all had two hits.

SH 22, Brunswick 1

The South Hill Darlings didn’t give Brunswick a chance in this game, jumping out the gate fast and early to record the 22-1 lopsided opening round win.

South Hill posted six runs in the first, five in the second, six in the third and five in the fourth inning before the game was called due to the lopsided score. Brunswick posted its lone run in the second inning.

South Hill only recorded four strikeouts at the plate. South Hill got the 22 runs off 23 hits, two being a triple by Satterwhite and a double by Vaughan.

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